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Annie Villeseche reviewed Frosty Mountain
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HikingSnow

We did an overnight hike in mid October. This trail gets VERY snowy (6 inches +) once you start getting some elevation. Bring your snow gaiters and boots. It’s all uphill for the first 5km or so but it is a beautiful hike! Amazing view of the mountains for most of the way, especially when walking along the slopes. Some lovely forest walking. Well groomed trail. But once it’s getting snowy sometimes it can get hard to follow the trail covered in snow. We saw lots of bunny, deer/sheep and cougar (?) tracks.

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Lauren Porter reviewed Heather Trail to Nicomen Lake
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HikingSnow

We tried to do this trail on 15th October but it was closed

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Stefany Ting reviewed Frosty Mountain
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Hi all, hope everyone is doing well this Friday. The search for my friend Jordan, who disappeared on Frosty Mountain last Saturday, continues. We're now looking for people who have followed the eastern drainage channels on Frosty Mountain before, either voluntarily or involuntarily, and made it back. This would be sections 1, 2, and 3 in the picture. The idea is that Jordan might have deviated from the trail and tried to return to the trailhead by following the water. Please send me a private message if this is you. I would also appreciate it if you could share this as widely as possible to reach other hiking groups I'm not in. Thank you so much.

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MISSING PERSON: Jordan Naterer Update on Oct 15 @ 1.40pm: still missing. If anyone: 1) was hiking in Manning Park (esp. Mt Frosty, Lightning Lakes or Windy Joe trails) over Thanksgiving weekend (Sat - Mon), please call Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321 to describe what the trail & weather conditions were like to them. 2) has recently sold any outdoor gear to Jordan recently (esp. TENT or JACKET), e.g. on FB Marketplace, Craigslist or Kijiji, please call Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321 to describe what you sold to Jordan. Don't call 911 unless you are with Jordan now: The 911 officer said that 911 should only be used if you are currently with Jordan. In the interests of saving time, call the Vancouver Police Department directly instead of 911.Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321. Any help is appreciated. Search & rescue teams have been dispatched on the ground & in helicopters. Our thoughts and prayers are all with his family right now and we hope to find him very soon ----- Last seen heading out from an apartment in downtown Vancouver at 7:08am on Sat Oct 10. He was heading out to do a 1.5-2 day hike in Manning Park. He was wearing: White t-shirt Black track pants White runners Army green backpack Brown hair 6ft 190lbs Drives 2019 black Honda Civic Sorry for posting here but I thought this would be one of the best places to get info from anyone who may have been on the trail in the last couple of days. If anyone has any information, please contact his sister (Julia) at 709-771-5416; jpnaterer@gmail.com. Thank you so much.

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C N reviewed Poland Lake Trail
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MISSING PERSON: Jordan Naterer Last seen heading out from an apartment in downtown Vancouver at 7:08am on Sat Oct 10. He was heading out to do a 1.5-2 day hike in Manning Park. He was wearing: White t-shirt Black track pants White runners Army green backpack Brown hair 6ft 190lbs Drives 2019 black Honda Civic Sorry for posting here but I thought this would be one of the best places to get info from anyone who may have been on the trail in the last couple of days. If anyone has any information, please contact his sister (Julia) at 709-771-5416; jpnaterer@gmail.com. Thank you so much.

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MISSING PERSON: Jordan Naterer Update on Oct 15 @ 1.40pm: still missing. If anyone: 1) was hiking in Manning Park (esp. Mt Frosty, Lightning Lakes or Windy Joe trails) over Thanksgiving weekend (Sat - Mon), please call Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321 to describe what the trail & weather conditions were like to them. 2) has recently sold any outdoor gear to Jordan recently (esp. TENT or JACKET), e.g. on FB Marketplace, Craigslist or Kijiji, please call Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321 to describe what you sold to Jordan. Don't call 911 unless you are with Jordan now: The 911 officer said that 911 should only be used if you are currently with Jordan. In the interests of saving time, call the Vancouver Police Department directly instead of 911.Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321. Any help is appreciated. Search & rescue teams have been dispatched on the ground & in helicopters. Our thoughts and prayers are all with his family right now and we hope to find him very soon. ---- Last seen heading out from an apartment in downtown at 7:08am on Sat Oct 10. He was heading out to do a 1.5-2 day hike in Manning Park. He was wearing: White t-shirt Black track pants White runners Army green backpack Brown hair 6ft 190lbs Drives 2019 black Honda Civic Sorry for posting here but I thought this would be one of the best places to get info from anyone who may have been on the trail in the last couple of days. If anyone has any information, please contact his sister (Julia) at 709-771-5416; jpnaterer@gmail.com. Thank you so much.

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MISSING PERSON: Jordan Naterer Update on Oct 15 @ 1.40pm: still missing. If anyone: 1) was hiking in Manning Park (esp. Mt Frosty, Lightning Lakes or Windy Joe trails) over Thanksgiving weekend (Sat - Mon), please call Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321 to describe what the trail & weather conditions were like to them. 2) has recently sold any outdoor gear to Jordan recently (esp. TENT or JACKET), e.g. on FB Marketplace, Craigslist or Kijiji, please call Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321 to describe what you sold to Jordan. Don't call 911 unless you are with Jordan now: The 911 officer said that 911 should only be used if you are currently with Jordan. In the interests of saving time, call the Vancouver Police Department directly instead of 911.Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321. Any help is appreciated. Search & rescue teams have been dispatched on the ground & in helicopters. Our thoughts and prayers are all with his family right now and we hope to find him very soon. ---- Last seen heading out from an apartment in downtown Vancouver at 7:08am on Sat Oct 10. He was heading out to do a 1.5-2 day hike in Manning Park. He was wearing: White t-shirt Black track pants White runners Army green backpack Brown hair 6ft 190lbs Drives 2019 black Honda Civic Sorry for posting here but I thought this would be one of the best places to get info from anyone who may have been on the trail in the last couple of days. If anyone has any information, please contact his sister (Julia) at 709-771-5416; jpnaterer@gmail.com. Thank you so much.

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MISSING PERSON: Jordan Naterer Update on Oct 15 @ 1.40pm: still missing. If anyone: 1) was hiking in Manning Park (esp. Mt Frosty, Lightning Lakes or Windy Joe trails) over Thanksgiving weekend (Sat - Mon), please call Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321 to describe what the trail & weather conditions were like to them. 2) has recently sold any outdoor gear to Jordan recently (esp. TENT or JACKET), e.g. on FB Marketplace, Craigslist or Kijiji, please call Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321 to describe what you sold to Jordan. Don't call 911 unless you are with Jordan now: The 911 officer said that 911 should only be used if you are currently with Jordan. In the interests of saving time, call the Vancouver Police Department directly instead of 911.Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321. Any help is appreciated. Search & rescue teams have been dispatched on the ground & in helicopters. Our thoughts and prayers are all with his family right now and we hope to find him very soon. ---- Last seen heading out from an apartment in downtown Vancouver at 7:08am on Sat Oct 10. He was heading out to do a 1.5-2 day hike in Manning Park. He was wearing: White t-shirt Black track pants White runners Army green backpack Brown hair 6ft 190lbs Drives 2019 black Honda Civic Sorry for posting here but I thought this would be one of the best places to get info from anyone who may have been on the trail in the last couple of days. If anyone has any information, please contact his sister (Julia) at 709-771-5416; jpnaterer@gmail.com. Thank you so much.

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C N reviewed Frosty Mountain
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MISSING PERSON: Jordan Naterer Update on Oct 15 @ 1.40pm: still missing. If anyone: 1) was hiking in Manning Park (esp. Mt Frosty, Lightning Lakes or Windy Joe trails) over Thanksgiving weekend (Sat - Mon), please call Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321 to describe what the trail & weather conditions were like to them. 2) has recently sold any outdoor gear to Jordan recently (esp. TENT or JACKET), e.g. on FB Marketplace, Craigslist or Kijiji, please call Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321 to describe what you sold to Jordan. Don't call 911 unless you are with Jordan now: The 911 officer said that 911 should only be used if you are currently with Jordan. In the interests of saving time, call the Vancouver Police Department directly instead of 911.Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-3321. Any help is appreciated. Search & rescue teams have been dispatched on the ground & in helicopters. Our thoughts and prayers are all with his family right now and we hope to find him very soon. ------- Left for a 1-2 day hike on Saturday morning, but we haven't heard from him since then. His car has been found in the Mt Frosty trailhead parking lot. He was last seen wearing: White t-shirt Black track pants White runners Army green backpack Brown hair 6ft 190lbs Drives 2019 black Honda Civic Sorry for posting here but I thought this would be one of the best places to get info from anyone who may have been on the trail in the last couple of days. If anyone has any information, please contact his sister (Julia) at 709-771-5416; jpnaterer@gmail.com. Thank you so much.

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MISSING PERSON: Jordan Naterer Last seen heading out from an apartment in downtown Vancouver at 7:08am on Sat Oct 10. He was heading out to do a 1.5-2 day hike in Manning Park, most probably along Heather Trail. He was wearing: White t-shirt Black track pants White runners Army green backpack Brown hair 6ft 190lbs Drives 2019 black Honda Civic Sorry for posting here but I thought this would be one of the best places to get info from anyone who may have been on the trail in the last couple of days. If anyone has any information, please contact his sister (Julia) at 709-771-5416; jpnaterer@gmail.com. Thank you so much.

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Natalie Morrison reviewed Frosty Mountain
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70% of the trail is snowy or muddy at this point so be prepared! great trail. first part is a bit boring but its worthwhile!

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Candice Boden reviewed Frosty Mountain
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HikingGreat!

Well maintained trail. We went up Sat Oct.10 and there was a dusting of snow in mid elevation and much more as we climbed. We didnt get to the peak due to time of day and the wind. I would recommend bringing your own water. Overall a moderate level hike for most of it and splendid views.

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HikingSnow

Didn’t do full hike as it is now starting to get quite snowy. Made it up to the larch trees which have drop the majority of there needles now. Was still very pretty. And the snow added something to it. Will be going back next year just earlier in the season.

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Kos Volkov reviewed Frosty Mountain
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HikingIcyMuddyRockySnow

Got into a heavy snow strom and barely managed to come back - too slippery.

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Went yesterday, weather was not amazing. It was snowing and cold but was such a fun and awesome trail it didn’t matter. Like a winter wonderland in the forest and then once you get to the top it’s wicked! The day before we went there it snowed a ton. The ridge was not walked so we broke the trail. Was super awesome and amazing views. Defiantly going again in summer

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Suman Saha reviewed Frosty Mountain
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Did it on Friday 10/09. It took 8 hours out and back. The 1st 4 km is very narrow and its really difficult to let someone pass on the narrow switch backs. Trail gets wider after 4 km. Larches are past their peak but it is still very beautiful. The last 1.5 km is steep and needs light scrambling. From the false peak to the actual peak there is a narrow ledge which is fun to walk on with a great view of the surrounding mountains. It was extremely windy on the top, thankfully there was a wind shelter where we could spend 45 minutes and had lunch. Overall moderate fun hike with golden larches and 360 degree view from the peak - if you don’t have time to go to larch valley near moraine lake, this is a very good alternative. Also not a hike with fear of heights.

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MISSING PERSON: Jordan Naterer Last seen heading out from an apartment in downtown Vancouver at 7:08am on Sat Oct 10. He was heading out to do a 1.5-2 day hike in Manning Park. He was wearing: White t-shirt or possibly red puffy jacket Black track pants Army green big camping backpack Brown hair 6ft 190lbs Drives 2019 black Honda Civic, found in the frosty mountain parking lot Sorry for posting here but I thought this would be one of the best places to get info from anyone who may have been on trails in the area in the last couple of days. If anyone has any information, please contact his sister (Julia) at 709-771-5416; jpnaterer@gmail.com. Thank you so much.

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HikingGreat!
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Amazing hike! Even when cloudy and with a little light rain, it is beautiful and well worth the hike. The colours really pop. Was about 10degrees at the beginning of the hike, but at the end with the very strong winds it felt close to 2degrees. So bring your layers, tuque, gloves, etc. No animals spotted, and only crossed two other couples on the hike. As we were a group of three and the campground is closed, it seems there were only 7 people on the trail today!

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BackpackingGreat!Snow

Great trail and very well groomed! We stayed overnight at the frosty creek campsite which has a few backpacking sites with a shelter, an out house, a food cache and some benches around a fire ring (yes for open fires though it’s only allowed at the campsite) The larches are absolutely gorgeous and the wind at the top of the mountain is very strong so be prepared for the weather if you plan to summit.

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Kisa Minshull reviewed Heather Trail to Nicomen Lake
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Was a long trail all in one day we went from the parking to Nicomen lake. The trail is beautiful lots of views of the mountains. It was a hot day when we went some spots with not a lot of shade but a trusty beautiful trail. Spent one night at Nicomen lake and packed out on Sunday! Took us roughly 7 hours

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