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Sabrina Olender reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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I attempted to hike this trail today but the entrance to Centential Ridges road (off Highway 60) was chained off. The note there didn’t seem to indicate it would open any time soon. It’s a 2km walk to the trailhead from that point. I didn’t bother and did the Track and Tower trail instead

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Bethany Mazzeo reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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Such a scenic trail, it was quite difficult and a lot of up and downs but totally worth it for the spectacular views. I went in September and missed the colours changing. Will definitely be coming back to this trail in the fall. Keep an eye out for wildlife!

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Don McCuaig reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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Awesome hike, a bit muddy!

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Raphael . reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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HikingGreat!Muddy

The best views are toward the end of the loop directly overlooking whitefish lake. Nov14: was muddy at times but usually avoidable. Was too late for the fall colours.

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Avoid the lookout, nothing to see

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Beautiful views. Challenging but doable. Trail was quiet even though it was a beautiful Saturday. Muddy in parts.

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Kristopher Bras reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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HikingGreat!

Absolutely beautiful trail and decent workout. I think I missed the best colours by a month, but that's just a great excuse to come back.

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Erin Harrington reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Difficult trail but the views are worth it. Easily spent 1.5hrs taking pictures. Start early to get back before sunset

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Zafer Karagoz reviewed Highland Backpacking Trail
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Carolyn Malec reviewed Western Uplands Loop
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We did the blue loop clockwise in 2.5 days. Made it to Maggie lake east on day 1 and found this day most challenging. Beautiful sunny weekend with warmer temperatures- but lots of mud and wetlands from the recent snow earlier in the week. Challenging hills to climb - without any real reward of lookouts at the top. Loved Maggie lake. Beautiful spot. Second day was Maggie to Ramona lake. A few more flat sections here. This felt easier than day 1 (but I may have been more psychologically prepared also! I’m used to hiking 10-15 km but not with a 25lbs pack.). Hike out from Ramona took only 3 hours and felt easy compared to the other 2 legs. Mostly flat. Still muddy ! I was very thankful for my sturdy waterproof hiking boots and my trekking poles that help balance on rocks and stumps. Both must haves for this trail.

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Bilal Malik reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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Brandon Murphy reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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Linda Cai reviewed Two Rivers Trail
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Ryan Merkley reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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HikingGreat!Muddy

A really fantastic trail with a great mix of areas, some tougher climbs, and lots of rocks. Hiked it on Nov 7, and found the trail in good shape, with a few muddy patches. Completed in 4 hours, including a stop for lunch. The final summit view (around the 9km mark) is worth every step.

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P.J. Scudds reviewed Two Rivers Trail
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Keith Baldwin reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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Kaitlin Houston reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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Michael Wells reviewed Western Uplands Loop
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BackpackingFloodedMuddy

I managed to complete the first loop (blue) in three days/two nights the weekend of November 7th to the 9th. Started counter-clockwise and the first day was great. Weather was 16 degrees C so no issues. Overall the loop was muddy (75% of the entire loop) and proved very challenging. This was my first time hiking and despite being in great shape at 51 I'd say this loop was advanced with a 40 pound pack and solo. Maggie Lake was astonishing with great views. Overall the loop didn't provide any sort of vistas or lookout points to speak of at all. That was disappointing.

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Lucian Florea reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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Rob Clement reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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Had a great hike. Very challenging, especially this time of year. pretty muddy but nothing impassable. awesome views and some great scenery throughout.

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Krista Boehner reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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Beautiful hike. Lots of ups and downs, not for the weary, but definitely worth it. Tons of vantage points. Didnt see any wild life besides squirls/chipmunks/birds. Lots of people were complaining because of the mud but there was never a moment I was forced to step in deep muck. Theres either a walk around, rocks or logs to cross over. Water proof shoes recommended, and ankle boots for stability, but not as muddy as I imagined based on some previous reviews - still muddy spots but not the whole thing. Took us 6 hours including stops but I'm very pokey. Took pictures at every stop. Stopped for a couple longer breaks for snacks and just to relax. Definitely could have picked up the paced and completed the trip in a shorter amount of time. Also someone mentioned a few days ago there was a fallen tree that was blocking he parking lot - they removed it yesturday so you can get right to the parking lot. Also - the visitor centre said access to the parking lot would be not avalible in 2 more days however because the weather is nice they are keeping it open longer than planned - so for the foreseeable future if weather continues like this.

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Erin Black reviewed Whiskey Rapids Trail
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So many bog witch homes

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Paige Barbara reviewed Whiskey Rapids Trail
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Nice easy trail with rapid views

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Level Six reviewed Centennial Ridges Trail
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HikingSnow

Tree fell before the entrance so there was a bit of a walk to the trail's actual starting point (no access to the parking lot).

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Jamie Maxwell reviewed Highland Backpacking Trail
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BackpackingBridge outMuddy

We did the full loop, counter-clockwise over three nights. Stayed at Faya, Harness and Provoking East. Each site was pretty and clean (very little trace of others). Our site at Harness had very little wood available, making it an uncomfortable evening on the coldest, wettest, most windy night - on a very exposed site. I think I would prefer that site in the warmer months. There had been rain before we arrived and we arrived to snow/rain, so the trails were pretty boggy. A few bridges/crossings were a little dodgy but overall we were able to keep our feet (mostly) dry around creeks and rivers. The trail is designated as "moderate" - I would say that this is accurate. I am a fairly fit, 57 year old, beginner, and while I made it around without any real issues, I can admit that it took a lot out of me. I was happy to have a more experienced, backcountry camper along with me.

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