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Perfect mix of challenge for all ages. Nice mix of terrain. Great view.

12 days ago

The trail is much nicer (and less busy) once past the lookout. The rock gully in the first third was the low point. no views and lots of rain when I did it. might try the Needles on a sunny day

17 days ago

Nice hike. The upper trail is much nicer than the river trail. the falls and the suspension bridge are nice rewards.

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19 days ago

Lots of traffic. Too many steps but convenient and close to the city.

21 days ago

Good hike but the falls were pretty small :)

Very fun trail. It has a few challenging activities. Prepare for high stairs and ladders.

Nice little trail but definitely better in Spring or Fall when it is less busy. In summer, it is super humid and pretty busy the whole way.

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26 days ago

Nice trail and view but exceedingly busy by 10am.

Easy hike with nice views at the end.

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1 month ago

Good short hike for a view. However not the easiest for everyone since it’s lots of stepping over tree roots and rocks

it was a nice sunny day☀. We did the 3 peaks all in 1 day. it was scrambling and steep. The chain was very helpful to climb up. I recommended this hike.

You need proper shoes and no need poles.

1 peak: scramble and ladder.

2 peak: Very challenging. Lots of chains to climb up. There is a shortcut to go to peak 3. It is a very short distance and simple view.

3 peak: from the top...You don't need to go back to the 2 peaks. You can climb down and turn right going to the parking lot. there is no chain or ladder to climb down but steep and lots of rocks.



The rocks are big and steep. You need to pay attention to yellow marks from 3 peaks going down to the parking lot.

This trail came as advertised. Lots of roots, rocks and mud. Aptly named for the number of dogs and with lots of kids. Views were spectacular! Well worth the effort.

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1 month ago

Rooty undulating trail no big climbs was muddy. There where lots of people. Took 2:13 with a slow dog out and back. GPS said it was 5.14 km out and back.

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1 month ago

Tough trail but great views. I stopped near the peak because I felt uncomfortable doing the rock scramble alone. I passed several people on the trail, especially near sunset. Recommend!

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1 month ago

Love this hike! Done it with my kids and dog a few times. Challenging but so worth it!

Super hike to the 3 chiefs, 3 separate summits, with super flat rocks on each for a snack and take in the views. Good stepping practice to start the hike. The alternate route back quite steep in places, take slow.

Quick out and back with a great view from the rock. Always a bit busy but trail goers keep the trail clean.

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1 month ago

Our family of 8 had a great adventure here! We chose to go clockwise around the lake. Starting with the difficult, and finishing with easy terrain. Construction of a bridge repair made for an extra hour detour. We were slower than most hikers due to little feet. Took 4.5 hours.. We would recommend going to the right (counter clockwise) instead, reach the beach at the end of the lake, then turn around and return the same way you came. Significantly easier, more scenic, and shorter by far. We all had sore feet and were thrilled to see the parking lot.

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1 month ago

Trail work happening on the lower portion of this trail made this trail a little busier than expected. The west side is so much nicer than the east side. Kind of wish we had returned the way we came instead of completing a loop.

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1 month ago

Fun quick with awesome views.

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1 month ago

Awesome hike!!! Super steep, lots of stairs and have to hold on to chains towards the top. Distance isn’t long but it’s slow going. Don’t bring your dog.

Very easy. It does have rough terrain and it can be muddy in the fall/winter/spring. Gorgeous views!

I’d say this trail is more moderate than easy. It would be easy for the fit seasoned hiker, so overall a more moderate-easy for the average joe. There are a large amount of stairs initially, then more nearer the middle and a ton near the end of the hike downwards which you then have to come up on your way back. The only downside is how heavily trafficked the trail is.

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1 month ago

Came up from Texas, hiked this in late September, very wet. We did the trail straight to peak 2. Excellent hike, lots of stair climbing, both wood and placed rock. Up to the last bit towards peak 2 it's simple, but a heavy leg workout. The top bit of the trail just before peak 2 starts having some tighter squeezes and chains to help you up steep inclines, and then there's a switchback. We had to stop there because of the wet and some of our party didn't have shoes that could handle it. Disappointing, but we'll be back in a couple months to beat it!

Warning: the west side is currently closed to repair a bridge, so you’re detoured to the lake view trail. Which is gorgeous (including an epic waterfall view), but definitely heed the warnings of how steep it is.

It’s a work out for this hike as it’s a 2000 ft continuous rise, leading to spectacular views of Squamish town and Howe Sound, take snacks or lunch so you can relax and enjoy the views.

2 months ago

Great hike with a satisfying goal. if you're looking for a more challenging route, take a right up the hill when you reach the fork in the road. This will let you see some beautiful classic North Van scenery. It certainly is more of a challenge. You'll reach the waterfall in another hour once the paths rejoin. Once there, be aware of the crows! On the way back, take the other path for an easier route.

Easy and dog friendly

pretty rough but so worth it. Best climb yet.

The stairs at the start are quite challenging, but the view is well worth it

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