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Rohr Mountain Via Marriot Basin Trail is a 11.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Mount Currie, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until September.

Length 11.1 mi Elevation gain 3,822 ft Route type Out & Back
Hiking Nature trips Bird watching Lake Views
Waypoints (1)
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Meadow
50.41218, -122.44987
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Recordings (46)
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Mark Cottam
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K Graham
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Great hike, boulder field up to lake is difficult, was a challenge but work it to the summit, we camped and some great camping n g spots

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Leilani Graham
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Hike up the boulder field leading up to the lake is a muddy slippery mess. Felt treacherous. Rohr Lake is beautiful. The hike to the summit is mostly climbing up rocks. The views are also beautiful.

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Jan Brylowski
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Unbelievable hike, some of the most incredible views I have seen across Western Canada. As others have said, you will hit a fork BEFORE alltrails has it mapped, go right towards ROHR and not left towards WTH. We did it all in one day which was not particularly difficult but we were extremely jealous of people camping around the lake, I would definitely recommend doing that if it's an option. The scramble isn't very hard, finding the best trail is what slowed us down the most.

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Ali Abdi
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Janice Pang
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HikingGreat!No shadeRockyScramble

Beautiful hike on a sunny day. Wonderful views up top on the summit of Mount Rohr. Scrambling portion of the hike to get to the summit not too technical. However, saw a few rocks tumbling down from the ridge to the right of Mount Rohr from afar so be careful of that. I would recommend planning extra time for this hike as the scrambling to the top of the mountain could take a fair bit of time and the length of the hike is a bit longer than what is indicated here.

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Julia Kochuk
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HikingBugsGreat!MuddyScramble

LOST OPINEL KNIFE--If you see it, I'd love to get it back :) Beautiful hike. Not too technical. Nice walk through the woods for the first hour or so, then a bit of a steep hike up a rock face to get to the lake. The hike to the summit is also nice. Lots of climbing over rocks (some of them are wobbly, so be careful) and lots of scree. Camped at the lake. There weren't a lot of campsites, so get there early if you want to camp near the lake. Going down the steep rock face felt a little dangerous at times, with a heavy pack on.

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Michelle Huang
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Jason Chow Chow
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Judith Kersten
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Phenomenal.

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Milan Garcia
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don't take the WTH marked path despite this map on all trails telling you take that path. take the one marked ROHR when you hit the fork. other than that it was lovely! would recommend but kind of sketchy on the way down if its raining

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Lynden Savage
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We stayed two nights at the lake and hiked the peak on our full day. The hike has everything from forest, to lake to mountain meadows and great view from the peak. Proper hiking shoes required as there is a quite muddy parts up the the lake and loose and uneven terrain on the hike to the peak. There trail to the peak is marked by stone cairns and there seems to be a number of routes. It helps to identify the peak on a map and one you are through the boulder field the trail is quite clear. There are a variety of camp sites around the lake and some in the meadows at the far end of the lake. Every view was stunning and it's well worth the hike, definitely recommend camping to fully enjoy it all.

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Alexandra PerfectDayToPlay
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Never do it in the rain

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Always Ontherun
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Nico Calara
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Kirsten Marshall
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Completed this hike as a day hike and it was quite a grind, although in hindsight, it would have been easier if we camped at the lake! The views from the lake and the summit were incredible, and well worth the time and difficulty. Good boots are a necessity, particularly waterproof boots as there is a good deal of wet mud in the lower boulder field and the forest at the beginning. It's a grind to the top, with a couple false peaks, but once you reach the peak it's incredible. Nothing particularly exposed, just need to be sure of your footing coming over the boulders, hiking poles really help with the steeper areas. We did find someone's GoPro along the way and are trying to find the owner, so if you happened to lose a GoPro on the summit in August of 2020, please reach out as we'd like to get it back to you!

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