Lady Peak Trail is a 4.3 mile 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 running and is best used from July until September.

Length4.3 miElevation gain2,467 ftRoute typeOut & back
HikingRunningViewswild-flowersScramble
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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 the 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.

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Cory Bishop
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Rock climbingGreat!

This should be on everyones bucketlist. Other then the smoke today, the views were amazing every way you looked. Its a bit of a scramble but its so worth it. Such a fulfilling feeling to be on the one of the highest peaks close by. Made cheam look like a walk in the park. Check us out @backfortybc

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Victoria Driedger
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J. B.
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Ali Abdi
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OHV/Off-road drivingBugsGreat!No shadeRockyScramble
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Sarah Knapp
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Stunning green landscape and impressive views! The various cairns along the way and some taped rocks help to find the right direction, but it’s not clear which specific part of the trail is best for the rocky slippery sections. Kind of trial and error and searching in some areas for a marker or cairn. The hike is worth the effort and more enjoyable with only a few people compared to the large streams of people going up to Cheam. The road to get there was worse than expected. The jeeps did the best and trucks with good clearance, even small compact cars did good. Trucks without enough clearance hit their back end a lot on the large dips.

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Lindsey Torrence
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Andrew Knapman
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July 20th 2020 We finished Cheam and decided to tackle Lady Peak as there was plenty of time left in the day. First of all, this is more of a scramble than a hike the entire way up, which we were not prepared for. There's very little footing throughout and you will have to use your hands consistently. We didn't have spikes, ice axes, helmets, or anything except regular hiking shoes. There is snow on the main trail so you will have to basically create your own route up. We kept to the left of the snow and approached the peak from the left by traversing the ridgeline. This is a very sketchy ridge, knife edge at times and is not for the faint of heart. Alot of the hike is on loose rock and finding comfortable footing is hard throughout. The hike is not far but it is extremely steep and took a LONG time due to route planning and the poor footing slowing you down. You have to be very careful throughout the whole climb. Once we reached the ridgeline and traversed some of it, I decided to stop as it was just getting too sketchy for me. My friend continued and summited on his own. I don't regret my decision at all. The views from the ridge alone are incredible, I doubt they got much better at the summit and I didn't want to risk it. Coming down is much easier as you can slide on the loose rock. We took around 2 hours going up from the point the trail splits from Cheam, and maybe 45 minutes descending. I would not do this hike again now I know how risky it is. It's not a hike, it's a climb and you should be comfortable with class 4 scrambling and constant "no fall" zones throughout. I'm glad this one's behind me, my photos from the day are incredible.

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Peter O'Driscoll
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Date: June 21, 2020. Report: Still heavy snow. Road still not fully thawed. Needed to hike 2km's to car park. Need appropriate equipment and skill to climb. Snow & thick fog, made mountain very dangerous. About 5 groups turned round, due to the conditions. We finished. Crampons & Ice-axe required on the day.

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Jafar Ahmed
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Did this early June 2019 on a bluebird day. Amazing panoramic views, fairly easy as far as scrambles go with some exposure at the top. It was mostly snow free, but just enough left to make going back down really fun :) Looking forward to doing this one again soon.

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Shelley Neufeld
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Hiking

Difficult to navigate as many routes are indicated along the trail. On your way up, stay to the right for easier and more stable footing. The view is absolutely stunning and worth every step to achieve it It surpassed my expectations!

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David Scott
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Hiking

A short punch with incredible views from the top. Like many scrambles, the trail can be difficult to navigate with many markers previous hikers have left.

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Makenzie R
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Mark W
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Be prepared to scramble to reach the summit!

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Christopher Murray-Schlitt
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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.

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Elias Damian
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Oleg Ku
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Greg Butt
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spencer essers
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Ali Abdi
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Michaela Read
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Rodney Thiessen
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James Mitton
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