Sigurd Peak ist ein 14.0 Kilometer langer, wenig besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Cheakamus 11, British Columbia, Kanada. Er führt durch schönen Wald und vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als schwierig einzustufen. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert und ein Ausflug in die Natur unternommen werden. Die Route ist am besten von April bis Oktober zugänglich.

Entfernung: 14.0 km Höhenunterschied: 1,979 m Routentyp: Hin & zurück

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2 months ago

Started off at 7:30am. Temp was around 6 degree at base. Damp but no rain. We set a pretty quick pace. You take the crooked falls route up until then end pretty much. 300m from the falls you'll see a sign for siguard peak. The peak route is very well marked. Didnt stop much. Few times for water. You have to scramble at a few spots but nothing crazy. Be prepared for snow at around 1300m. With the roots and rock it gets slippy so take your time. Put on spikes around 1400m. Took us 3.5 hours to get to 1500m. After this mark the snow gets deep. We only had spikes and it was super hard going. 100% you need snowshoes now. We made it up to 1700m but the cloud level meant we could see not view so headed back to 1600m for food and photos. Probably one of the quickest hikes for descending. Due to the soft ground we came back down to the crooked falls crossing within 2 hours, and so did that detour before heading for the car. Go back to the car around 3:30pm. People down play alot on hikes so ill be frank. Im in very good shape, hike wise. The end section in the snow was very tough going, but saying that i didnt have snowshoes. The incline from crooked falls to the peak is relentless. Hard steep sections that burn the legs. Be prepared to sweat. That aside the top is amazing and you get a good few spots where the landscape opens up. Well worth it.

wandern
3 months ago

Oct 27. Great hike up Sigurd Peak today. The trail between the last junction and first lookout is in great shape now, thanks to the kind souls who carried up saws, cleaned up the trail and re-flagged it. It was a mess last year in June #deadfallcentral. Thanks to their efforts, a supportive raincrust and a bootpack all the way to the summit, it was an easy cruise for us. 4.5 hours car to peak at relaxed pace. Continuous snow started around 1600m, we brought crampons and ice axe but didn’t use either. Extremely well marked trail.

wandern
3 months ago

In many ways this is a quintessential Coast Mountain hike - tons of elevation gain, super steep, rooty and rocky, and fantastic views from the summit. What makes this hike stand out is the fun alpine ramble as you approach the peak and the lack of people on the trail - we didn't see anyone else on a nice weather weekend! The trail is INCREDIBLY well marked and a little treacherous at times. It's not for the faint of heart! There was a light dusting of snow about 100 m below the summit. It took me 4.5 hours up from car to summit moving at a steady, moderate pace with few breaks and 3.5 hours down.

wandern
5 months ago

Tough Hike, very steep, very long. STUNNING views though, super worth the slog

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7 months ago

FAILED ATTEMPT - This recording spans two days of travel. Thought I saved the recording but only paused it. Camped at the second falls with intention of making the peak. Overnight packs, combined with MASSIVE blowdown and rain & slick surfaces we decided to turn around and come back on a dry day with only daypacks. Would rate this higher if it wasn’t for the blowdown. A hard hike made even harder. Not so sure about AllTrails distance count. My garmin has me at 16.5km. Also no water is available on this hike. 4L p/person would probably be good. There are a few tarns up top, but wouldn’t want to drink from them.

wandern
7 months ago

Looks like trial maintenance was recently done to the first portion of the hike. Plenty of elevation gain which made you work for the breathtaking views at the summit. Some bushwhacking yes, some log crossing, jumping over and under fallen logs made the hike that much more enjoyable. If you’re looking for back country hiking with minimum people with amazing views this hike will be right up your alley. Definitely one of the better hikes I’ve done in the area, just give yourself at least 9-10 hours just in case. 9 hours car to car and 6 hours 45 minutes of moving time for me. Be prepared for a good days hike

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wandern
7 months ago

I am really sorry to hear about the previous reviewer’s experience. On the Crooked Falls trail, there were a lot of trees down which some kind soul has since cut up. The Sigurd Peak trail (not yet cleared) has a bit of blowdown. We tried to clean up everything we could by hand. Chainsaw work is still required. It’s a wonderful place and really a great hike. Highly recommend this to everyone!

wandern
8 months ago

Holy Shit!!! Steep, steeper, steepest!!! 80-90% Incline for 7Ks, fallen trees, cliffs, hidden wholes in snow on top everywhere...had to push & pull ourselves up on some parts, always aware not to fall down the steep way. We are really fit, hard hiking experienced people, but this was a challenge we wouldn’t do again!!!

wandern
2 months ago