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Mount Mercer is a 14.3 kilometer lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Fraser Valley E, British Columbia, Canada that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

ENTFERNUNG
14.3 km
HÖHENUNTERSCHIED
1,315 m
ROUTENTYP
Hin & zurück

hundefreundlich

Rucksacktour

Wandern

Schneeschuhwandern

Trailrunning

Wald

Aussicht

Wildtiere

Off-Trail

The route depicted is a winter route to Mount Mercer. This is not a well defined trail. Uses older logging roads, about 2 Km of open bush-wacking, then mountain ridge travel in the alpine. Park at the start of the Chipmunk FSR, where there is a gravel pit. One can save 1.4 Km of road walking if you park further up at elevation 560m, FWD then suggested. But, the road is narrow and there is not much room to park at that higher location. Single vehicle would be okay. The ridge views are spectacular. There is no technical or very steep terrain and no avalanche hazard if you stay on the ridge. Highly recommended winter snow shoe route for intermediate skill and above. There are a couple of well defined quad/mountain bike trails that cross the lower old road part of the route; so GPS recommended to stay on this track and not get confused. Make sure you get up to at least 950m elevation before you leave the roads and start up through the trees, to avoid the steep easterly facing slopes and stay on the top of the ridge throughout.

Wandern
Off-Trail
Schnee
1 month ago

Diese Route erreicht das östliche Ende des langen Kamms, an dessen westlichem Ende der beliebte Elk Thurston Trail liegt. Die Route bleibt auf dem Kamm und vermeidet das steilere Gelände, das mit der Südseite des Kamms verbunden ist. Dies ist eine gute ganztägige Schneeschuh-Route für den mittleren Tag. wäre aber auch zu anderen Jahreszeiten recht lohnend, für diejenigen, die sich mit Off-Trail-Routen wohl fühlen. Die Routenfindung ist einfach, da die Route der Falllinie oder dem Kammkamm folgt. Die zwei Kilometer durch die Büsche, zwischen den alten Straßen und den Alpen, sind offen mit wenig oder keinem Gebüsch oder Windsturz.

Schneeschuhwandern
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Wandern
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aufgezeichnet Recording - Jan 26 04:44 PM

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