Lady Peak Trail is a 6.9 kilometer lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Fraser Valley E, British Columbia, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and trail running and is best used from July until September.

DISTANCE
6.9 km
ELEVATION GAIN
752 m
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

hiking

trail running

views

wild flowers

scramble

The Lady Peak trail begins by following the same trail as the one used for Cheam. The trail breaks off from the Cheam trail in a small rocky segment of the cheam trail, the trail split is marked by some orange tape but it can be easy to miss so keep your eyes peeled for it. Once you split off from the cheam trail the trail pretty much goes directly uphill towards lady, the general route is well marked by numerous cairns and some orange spray painted rocks. After picking your way up the rock fields for about an hour you will arrive at the ridge and Lady is not far after that. Scrambling your way up to summit after this is easiest if you keep right whenever possible and if you take the right route there is almost no exposure. Once you reach the summit you will be treated to a beautiful view of the Cheam range and the glaciers below.

2 months ago

Be prepared to scramble to reach the summit!

hiking
3 months ago

Great hike up to Lady peak this Sunday, it was a hazy day but was still absolutely beautiful. The trail to cheam was absolutely packed for the long weekend, over 100 people probably summited Cheam yesterday, but I only saw one other party on the path up to Lady! The trail was well marked throughout and the scrambling was easy with plenty of good handholds and very little exposure. Can't recommend this enough. The trail isn't too long, my GPS track clocked in at about 7k and it took me 3 hours and a half going at a moderate pace taking plenty of time to enjoy the view.