Hyder

2 reviews

We climbed this in late August 2018.

The trail has a lot of beautiful sights, but it's a very narrow trail winding along the side of a steep hillside. The narrow trail and loose footing leaves you pretty exposed to falling/slipping risks. It also has some water crossings without bridging. Fallen trees were cleared, but the rest of the trail was mostly unmaintained. We climbed ~1500 ft to the fig overgrowth, which was 6ft high and obscuring the trail, and and called it quits.

Could be a fun and challenging hike, but don't climb without poles and a machete at a minimum.