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wandern
brücke geschlossen
eisig
5 days ago

wandern
brücke geschlossen
schnee
13 days ago

Only got to see the logging road because the first river crossing is washed out. There’s an alternate trail if you follow the logging road to the left just before the washed out bridge. It goes up about a km. The trail gets smaller and smaller and eventually disappears.

Cool trail with a bridge over the creek and beautiful ocean views across to the US. There are 2 rope swings: one by the waterfall and another on the other end of the beach. The path has lots of roots and is muddy but the stairs have grips so you won’t slip. You have to do this hike!

Good trail- heavily trafficked and packed snow. Some icy parts and traction devices are helpful. Nice view! Easy 1.5km walk.

wandern
schlammig
schnee
20 days ago

Not many views at the elevation we hiked to, but always nice to go up Burke. starts to get a bit muddy and deeper snow after a couple switch backs along the trail after power lines. Can't wait to be more prepared with warmer gear and snow shoes next time!

wandern
23 days ago

One of my fav long trails, the views are amazing, and you will see quite a variation - bushes, forest, lake, meadows, peaks, rocky surfaces... Really enjoyed! Start early as it’s very busy trail, and go down to Garibaldi lake to refresh yourself in ice cold water.

eisig
käfer
schnee
1 month ago

i went there as a snowyday on December 16. about one kilometer away, some trees fell down and blocked the main route. I drilled in and cross. its too dangerous. btw, I'm wear running shoes,and recommend people should wear ice shoes to go in. there has a rest shation at the garibaldi lake picnic area. the snow there probably has 30 centimeters deep

wandern
schnee
1 month ago

Was about 18” or so of fairly fresh snow in areas past the huts as you break into the open area. We had to break trail from about 5klm which was tiring. Due to limited daylight we decided to stop about 1.5 klm from the end of the Panorama Ridge. We settled on a ridge with nice views of the Tusk and surrounding area. People (and there were very very few) that did follow us had a much smoother trail. The weather was great which made this trip very rewarding albeit exhausting. Microspikes and snowshoes required. The 8 klms of trail to the open area was dry for about 4.5 klm and then icy/ snow. I uploaded a few images.

wandern
eisig
schlammig
schnee
steinig
1 month ago

Do not do this trail in the Winter, we did this Dec 13 and it was a struggle, as we also didn’t have snowshoes. The trail is packed down and easy in the beginning, with some icy patches, but the last 2 km, there were boulders you had to climb over that were covered in snow, we fell in some deep powder up to our armpits. On the ride home we were stuck on the drive uphill as it was all black ice underneath, so it is pretty sketchy to do this trail in the winter.

Offroad fahren
1 month ago

Why is this called a different name?? -- its Clear Creek hot springs. Good spot! 4x4 recommended Im heading there today lol

wandern
steinig
1 month ago

wandern
eisig
1 month ago

December 8, 2019 TLDR; Wear snowshoes or crampons because it gets quite icy and slippery at Lesser Garibaldi Lake. Took us around 4 slow paced hours up to the lake and 2.5 to come back down. Conditions are not snowy for as snowshoes but DEFINITELY crampons. You can fall down the steep mountain if you decide to hike in your running shoes, and it will take double the time. Lots of amateur hikers hiking up without proper gear and it can definitely be dangerous. Great views though and a perfect place to have your lunch after a morning hike.

wandern
1 month ago

We did it December 8, 2019, icy trail from Barrier Lake to Garibaldi Lake, 3 hours up and almost the same amount of time down. Wonderful trail and beautiful lake in early winter. May go there again in deep winter.

wandern
eisig
1 month ago

Der Weg nach oben ist für ungeübte Wanderer schon sehr anstrengend. Der Weg war ab dem Barrier See fast komplett zugefroren und sehr rutschig. Wir waren ohne Spikes unterwegs und mussten leider nach der Brücke zum Garibaldi See abbrechen, da es zu glatt und somit zu gefährlich war. Der See scheint fast vollständig gefroren, aber an einigen Stellen noch offen zu sein.

A fantastic day by Garibaldi Lake; not a soul, absolutely no wind, and total silence. And with no wind, the water was perfectly still to allow for a fantastic reflection of the mountains around the lake. It was a magic morning. Just a word of caution: lots of very hard-packed ice after the 6.5km intersection, so make sure you wear spikes. Below that, the trail was bare and dry.

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.

wandern
eisig
schnee
sturmholz
1 month ago

The road to the parking lot has a downed tree but most cars can get past on the left side. There’s also a downed tree around the 1.5km point but people can go through the bushes. Aside from that, no other problems except for some very icy patches to be careful with. The lake wasn’t frozen yet but probably will be in a couple of weeks.

wandern
eisig
schnee
1 month ago

Party of 3! Great trail, super well mark. Hiked Nov. 30. Crampons are a must, be careful with black ice (a lot of spots). A lot of snow but pretty nice to walk on it. Beautiful view! Only saw one other hiker on the trail, that was great!

wandern
schlammig
1 month ago

Hiked this the first week of Dec 2019. There were some trail closures so could only hike a portion of the trail from Botanical Beach to West Sombrio Beach 17km ea way. The views are great and our campsite at WSB was amazing. Great time of year to hike if you want the trail to yourself. My daughter and I saw two people over the two day out and back hike. Lots of boggy wet areas so be prepared for wet feet and mud. Worth if for the views!

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