Explore the most popular trails near Columbia-Shuswap B with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Columbia-Shuswap B, British Columbia Map
trail running
1 month ago

Consistent climbing all the way. I run to the glacier and back in just over 3hrs running at an athletes training pace. Beyond the glacier going up to the summit it gets a bit more technical, more scrambling. Some people use ropes to get around one slightly more technical spot on the ledge, but I do it with no rope all the time. From the glacier to the top it’s another 2hrs round trip if you’re fit. Best to wait until June to wait for all the snow to melt if you want to go to the summit.

Gentle uphill hike to the broken bridge, amazing views along the way!

Nice beach and impressive waterfalls, especially after some rain has fallen. A good option for a rainy/cloudy day.

A nice easy hike, a easy slope uphill for the most part going in, downhill back out! Everything was still beautiful and green when I was there last week, and the bridge makes for a wicked picture!

A beautiful hike!! Love the name

fun fairly easy trail with some moderate ups and downs. There are a number of forks where rock climbing trails cut off. just stay to the right the whole way. When you come out onto the Forest Service Road turn right to the parking lot. Once in parking lot there is one trail straight ahead and one to the left. Follow trail to left down to the falls. well worth the hike!

nice easy hike up a well maintained trail. good overlook view of town of Revelstoke.

4 months ago

Hard and steep, a lot through the trees, but once your through that and at the top it’s worth it!

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

very grueling and steep. If you can manage the hike up the rewards start at about the 5k mark with a detour to the left to see a beautiful waterfall. then at the 6k mark there is a campsite with beautiful meadows and a small lake with another waterfall behind. absolutely stunning! another 1.5k and we finally reached the glacier which was really interesting. a long day but well worth the sore legs. took us 7 hours total but we stopped a lot to take pics and just take it all in.

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