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hiking
1 month ago

Awesome hike. Took Moose Tracks to Bone Crusher then up. Bone Crusher ended but it's pretty obvious where to continue. Up to the tram station. There's been brutal fire around lately so because of smoke, I hitched a ride back with the tram (as seen on the route), then hiked the South Service Rd to the base for the sake of time. Do not do this if you're afraid of heights, have vertigo, or dislike shear drop offs on both sides of a fairly narrow trail. Coming down would have been brutal if not for the tram.

hiking
1 month ago

2 months ago

Good hike. A little scrambling involved for 75 yds on ridge and towards the top due to steepness. Great views. Not recommended for dogs.

hiking
2 months ago

Well maintained and easy to follow trail. We tracked it at 5 miles to Greyling Lake and elected not to go on to Lion Lake. Grade was as described - gentler the first 2 miles and nicely spaced switchbacks the second half. Crossed the creek 3 times on well placed rocks.

Some amazing views from the top!

backpacking
3 months ago

Very well maintained trail for how little use it gets. Did an overnight trip here. 5.5 miles to lion lake. Great campsites. Caught one fish is lion lake. quite a bit of snow still around the backside of lion lake. Great trail!

hiking
4 months ago

As if today on June 3rd, last 500 meters to the lake is covered with 3-4 foot high of snow. The trail to the lake is covered by snow completely, so I had to use my compass to navigate through the snow to get to the lake. It was hell but it was beautiful, nevertheless!

Be prepared to get your shoes wet and feet cold in the last 30 minutes of the hike. I would recommend doing it when snow disappears.

All in all, the climb was pretty easy and steady. I would hike the trail again in the future, especially when snow isn't there!

hiking
4 months ago

fishing
7 months ago

It was a nice hike up to the lake. It had snowed the night before the hike (9/5/16) and created a very nice scene.

11 months ago

Fantastic trail. Great views. We went in mid Oct, a little snow, but not bad.

hiking
Thursday, October 13, 2016

Trail to the top is actually only 7 miles out and back. There are some other paths once you reach the mountain lake, but that is where the main trail ends.

Hiked it in the middle of October with no problems. A dusting of snow here and there, but nothing to slow you down. View at the top is totally worth it. Saw plenty of bear droppings so make sure to hike with bear spray at least.

Thursday, September 01, 2016

Nice consistent grade climb from trailhead.

Monday, August 08, 2016

Hiked in for a night with my little sister last week, and had a great time. Fish were jumping like crazy when we arrived, unfortunately the wind picked up shortly after and made fly fishing difficult at best. Lake was beautiful and the hike was easy.

hiking
Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Very fun hike! Did it last weekend (6/4/16) and towards the top had to make through deep snow in some parts. Mildly inconvenient (just bring extra socks!) but still fun! The lake was absolutely beautiful. Couldn't make it to the plane wreckage due to snow, but will definitely do this hike again! In my opinion it was the perfect length for a day hike. Not overly long but you definitely feel like you worked for the awesome views!

hiking
Saturday, May 28, 2016

We did this last summer. picked wild raspberries, saw the plane wreckage, and found a geocache! Beautiful area.

hiking
Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Easy trail. Took my kids they did well. About 2.5 miles in had to turn around due to log build up on trail. Could go around if we wanted to walk through thorn bushes, my kids were not done for that. Trail is not maintained regularly. Also spoke with the home owner of the house on trailhead. Says the hot spring is a one person two people max hot spring.

Sunday, October 18, 2015

we had a blast hiking this today. we saw the plane crash and had a great lunch at the lake. We are not in shape but made it there and back in about 5 hours.

Friday, August 21, 2015