We did this hike the morning after the first snow this winter. It was a nice gradual hike with steeps and flats. The path was very difficult to follow, however, after the first hour as everything was covered in snow and no path was visible after we came to a high clearing. A beautiful walk in the woods!
I loved this hike! It was a nice moderate incline. Beautiful green moss and a nice waterfall to take pictures in the beginning.
The lake was gorgeous and the mountain range was beautiful. I tried to do the scramble but scared myself as I didn't feel comfortable with the shoes I was wearing and it was a tad slick.
So wonderful. Followed a moose and her calf part of the way in the morning. Hiked it Canada day long weekend and the trail was really really busy so we started pretty early. Easy with a little incline right at the top but very rewarding the whole way. Had a pretty amazing view for lunch
i did this hike with my 8 year old son in early October. Be prepared if you go late season, the snow makes the scrambles a little harder, especially for kids. The hike is amazing and the views are incredible, I highly recommend this for anyone who is not scared of heights or exposure. We ran into a late grizzly on the ridge about one k from the end so we finished the hike in a larger group. 5 hours is probably right for most hikers but if you like to fly and its dry, you can do it in 3. But save time for lunch on the ridge and enjoy the views.
Did this hike yesterday. Went from north to south. Initial grunt up to the first peak is a lung buster, but once you are up on the ridge the views are spectacular and so worth the effort. Had some amazing larch tree patches. We had snow at the top of peak 3 and 4 making the scrambling a little more treacherous. The last part hiking into the south parking lot was long and tiring. This a full day hike!!! Start early or you'll be rushing to beat the sun going down. It is a long 7km.