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Hiking

Hiked yesterday. Beautiful views and a solid grind up and down. Wind gusts were unrelenting on the ridge almost pushing me over. Toughest part was steep climb and heavy headwind up to the summit. Only saw a few others. A memorable one.

balsubramaniam subramanian reviewed Mount Allan via Centennial Ridge
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Hiking

Trail is in fantastic condition but the wind is a major factor while you hike. Make sure to get a decent jacket for wind protection and poles for more stability. The views are awesome and the grind to the top is absolutely worth it ! Our group had a mix of new and experienced hikers and we took a decent amount of breaks for food and photos. Took us 10 hours to finish this ! Absolutely recommended !

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HikingGreat!RockyScramble

Great hike! The views were amazing and ever changing along the route. It is a fun grind up to the mountain but not really technical. The rock garden is a bouldering dream - we spent a good chunk of time there. There was a bear on the trail, so just make some noise and don't leave food around. There are also lots of marmots, pika, and golden mantled ground squirrels all begging for food. DO NOT FEED THE WILDLIFE. We didn't have any issues with bugs. It was a Sunday and the trail was busy, so if you can go on a weekday, I'd aim for that.

Valentina Vallega reviewed Wasootch Creek Trail
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Hiking

Did not complete. It was along the dry riverbed, not very entertaining.

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Hiking

Great trail! Long and steep hike the whole way. Amazing unique rock formations near the top.

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Bjørn Karls reviewed Mount Allan via Centennial Ridge
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HikingBugsGreat!No shade

Awesome spot! Centennial ridge is a gorgeous way up and the boulder garden is unreal. Bring lots of water and sunscreen. My Strava clocked this at about 17 km. Dry trail

Cameron Fielding reviewed Mount Allan via Centennial Ridge
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Hiking

Just a heads up. Somewhere between the rock garden and the peak we dropped a can of bear spray. Couldn’t find it anywhere.

Joan Fennell reviewed Mount Allan via Centennial Ridge
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HikingGreat!

Great reward for the effort. First hour in the trees then spectacular 360 views for the rest of hike. Steady incline, scramble parts are easy but be aware the trail to summit of Mt Allan is definitely longer than books or Alltrails km. Well worth doing this one. We did it yesterday and while parking lot was busy, we saw only 3 others on the ridge and had the summit to ourselves

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Hiking

Encountered a black bear chomping on berries shortly after leaving Wasooch parking lot.

Kezia Robertson reviewed Mount Allan via Centennial Ridge
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Hiking

This hike was a lot longer than what the books or All trails says it is. It’s steep, but manageable and the views are amazing all the way around, but be prepared. It was closer to 18 km than the 15km indicated.

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Hiking

Well marked trail!! Trail ran this morning so I could get to Guinn’s pass for another run before heading home!! Amazing day beautiful hike but definitely give yourself more time than you think!! Took me 2 hours 20 minutes on way up and 1 hour 20 minutes on way down (:

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Susan Dorion reviewed Mount Allan via Centennial Ridge
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Hiking

Great hike up to the Olympic Summit today! I had not been on the trail in ten years (now age 71). Steep but straightforward with a moderate pace. Incredible views and NO BUGS!

Brandon Intile reviewed Mount Allan via Centennial Ridge
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If you can wear long sleeve and pants its worth it the horse flies and mosquito make me not want to do it again but I still recommend the hike, half a can of bug spray applied every 15 mins dident phase them. Its a good grind just to get to centennial ridge but the real highlights of the hike is the feild of rocks and the views from the top of mount allen. Verry friendly marmots at the top of allen.

Janina Valencia reviewed Mount Allan via Centennial Ridge
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BugsGreat!No shade
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HikingBugsNo shade

Stunning views, first 3k is in the trees and everything else is up on the ridge. Lots of bugs!

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Samantha C. reviewed Wasootch Ridge Trail
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Trail head was in the tree'd area. There are two trails, either work. A quick steep up, but nothing too terrible. After the first 1-2km the views are unreal.

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HikingBugsGreat!

Great hike and would definitely do it again. Made the mistake of bringing my dog without any booties. He suffered a blown pad on each paw, poor guy! Had to carry him down about 7.5K and couldn't have made it without the help of some great people. Ran into a group of through hikers that helped patch up his paws which got us down the scrambly section. The bandages didn't last though and he had to be carried again. Another super group of people helped make a stretcher out of my emergency bivy sac and their poles. Thanks so much to all the great people that helped Rex and I out yesterday, love you people!

Anoop Augustine reviewed Wasootch Ridge Trail
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HikingGreat!No shadeRockyScramble

Great Hike!! Definitely worth the grind. Make sure to carry lots of water and sunscreen is highly recommended too. Chances to go off the trail towards the end is very high. We ended up walking 20 plus Kilometers because of it.

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HikingBugsGreat!

This was an incredible hike. The views are breathtaking. Made it 3/4 of the way on the ridge. Didn't summit mount Allen. I recommend bringing a lot of water. I brought 2L and was out part way down. There are A LOT of flies. Bring heavy duty bug spray. All in all super great experience. We used poles on the way down as it felt steep. (July 31st. Took 4 hours)

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