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hiking
icy
rocky
snow
19 hours ago

Ski’d up to the fire hut while my girlfriend snowshoed. She was the smart one since there was only a few inches of snow and lots of rocks underneath. The last 200-300 of elevation had a couple more inches of snow which was fine to ski in. Highly recommend not skiing until there’s more accumulation. We could’ve gone up with just some yaktraks on since the snow was icy and firm. Manning needs more snow! Frosty was slightly visible and looked to have a good amount but any areas lower in elevation seemed to be lacking. Wait for the next load of snow to hit or just bring the snowshoes and hike up.

hiking
23 hours ago

As of 1 Dec the trail was snow covered past Alder Flats. You can get to the shelter with micro spikes but mountaineering crampons are required to summit. Carry an ice axe, all the scrambly bits on the trail are frozen solid.

Pretty decent trail overall and most of it runs alongside of the Coquitlam River. Some parts of the AllTrails trail goes into some muddy smaller trail when there’s a much nicer trail next to it... Don’t do this trail in late late Sept/early Oct unless you like the smell of dead and decaying salmon. There’s also some homeless encampments underneath the bridges but they didn’t cause me any problems.

Beautiful trail! Very difficult! Do not attempt at all unless you can handle a strenuous hike!

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

Nice hike. I did started at Park Royal and returned there. The way back can be boring. I enjoyed. It was not crowed and very fresh.

hiking
1 day ago

Lovely views but quite close to the highway for much of the route, so too much traffic noise for my liking.

I did this hike today Dec 7th. You could see the snow from the beginning, at the trail head. Half-way to the lake the trail became very icy and crampons are the must. When we got to the elevation of 1300m snow started to get deep and at 1500m it was deeper than 3 feet. So, it was not possible to continue without snowshoes and we had to turn back. Overall the trail is well marked and maintained. We didn’t see any other hiker on the trail.

hiking
1 day ago

Took a little detour today. Definitely worth it!

Nice walk. No step hills or tricky bits. Not much in the way of views by nice forest and a pleasant wander.

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

This is a lovely trail. It's a bit muddy right now but totally doable. There is a nice waterfall at the end. Took us about 3 hours round trip with a short picnic :)

hiking
1 day ago

pack crampons. great hike today. icy, snowy. fun time

hiking
2 days ago

Found this trail on a recommendation by a few people. Was such an amazing trail! Not too challenging....some uphill but not too bad. Plenty of picturesque spots to stop and enjoy. So many waterfalls along the way.

mountain biking
muddy
2 days ago

Insanely awesome mountain trail!! Do not attempt if you are not fit for an extreme hike! This will challenge anyone....took me just over an hour to get up to the top.

hiking
rocky
2 days ago

Stick to the main trail. There are many little trails that take you all over the place, which is fine depending on what you are going for. Otherwise great hike. Moderately challenging to get to the Cross. Incredible views at the top!!!!

hiking
3 days ago

trail is in great shape.

Very easy walk, nice areas, well maintained, would be good for a stroller if you needed!

backpacking
icy
snow
washed out
3 days ago

The 01/12 we left at 8:30 to plan wide with the darkness Regarding the road leading to the parking is 4x4 mode that can quickly become impractical if it snows and especially if the vehicle is not suitable because very steep descent with gravel Concerning the hike we were surprised at the number of hikers at least 5 groups (in weekend) Landscapes breathtaking 6km climb and the remaining 5 km are flat and descent before finding a hut to sleep or just take a break Rando feasible in 5h with classic hiking shoes (to be preferred with spikes) ATTENTION to the ice in the descent

3 days ago

hiking
blowdown
4 days ago

For the most part this is a very easy trail with a nice view, further in there was several fallen trees you had to climb over or easily walk around using trails people have already used. Overall a good trail. Limited parking this time of year because the park is closed so you have to park and walk in.

Easier trail, not great when raining or muddy (at the falls anyways). Very nice walk though!

hiking
muddy
rocky
4 days ago

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