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hiking
22 hours ago

Did this hike few weeks ago with friends and loved it.
Below is a video I made of it!
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVXMMytbdIU&index=6&list=PLv8QPa6PmnmvCgFHQaPGbfvzivHKfVhDF

Thanks for watching

walking
22 hours ago

Did this walk a couple of months ago with friends and loved it.
Below is a video I made of it!
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkCn7r6eAOU&list=PLv8QPa6PmnmvCgFHQaPGbfvzivHKfVhDF&index=1

Beautiful!!!!

1 day ago

It is very difficult Mountain.

hiking
1 day ago

I hike, scramble and overnight this region in the spring through fall months and it never ceases to amaze me - so much to offer from elevation, to views to terrain variance - topped of with an amazing experience at the top.what are you scrambled the peak itself, or extend your hike to the lake or even higher to flat iron Bridge, this is by far my go to quick and easy weekly hike for overnight camping. No where else have I can't in a position where I have the benefit of a full on sunrise in the morning and a full on sunset in the evening. 360 degrees of natures perfection at and slightly above the treeline. Thankfully, this area is still somewhat of a hidden gem, and as such not overrun with inconsiderate and often messy tourist types!

The result of this hike is a stunning view of the Alberni valley. The first 20-30 minutes of steep hill hiking is tough if you're out of shape.

Amazing hike! My favorite so far. 3 hours up with lots of water and picture breaks, 2.5 down. Well marked! Once you get up there make sure you hike down to the lake and go for a dip! So refreshing! Bring Off as there are lots of mosquitoes but I covered myself in Off and only got one bike. Used 2 liters of water. It's pretty hard going up at times. I do the Grouse Grind on a regular and my heart was beating pretty good but easily doable for a relatively fit person. Definitely felt my knees and IT band on the way down but nothing compared to coming down Black Tusk, you don't need walking sticks if you have good knees.

it's not fun. it's a huge workout and the only view is at the top.

hiking
1 day ago

Beautiful wildflowers in June!