Explore the most popular hiking trails in Mount Carleton Provincial Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Steep climb but the view makes it all worth while!!!

Mount Sagamook hike is very vertical hike. We took the counterclockwise route which is the shortest route to the top. If you like doing stairs then this hike is for you. The hike quickly gains attitude as you climb through a very steep path through a mixture of soft wood and hardwood trees. Once near the top there is a must take 0.3 km detour to the look off. From there you get s fantastic view of lake Nicteau and heart island below. Hikers beware however as a slip here and it’s a nasty fall. Also the gusty winds could cause issues near the cliff edge. These views are the highlight of the hike! The trail continues shortly to the top. The top of Sagamook is underwhelming as it is mostly treed . Continue the trail counterclockwise down the path to the bottom. Your legs will be burning as you try to slow your decent. A great hike that tests your cardio

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