The Meadow trail is easily accessible from the Mt Baldy village. The trail intersects with other snowshoe trails, including one to the peak of the mountain, for snowshoers who want more of a challenge. To complete a 2 km loop, head back on the Dead End trail. The trail is mostly under trea cover, except for the open meadow near the end of the Meadow trail, where there are beautiful views of the Monashee Mountains.
From the Mt Baldy lodge, follow Blue Jay road left, up into the village. The road turns up to the right onto Whiskey Jack road. Take the first left onto Tin Horn road and park at the end of the street in the cul-de-sac. Head up the ski trail. There is a snowshoe trail on the left, but continue straight. Just before the main ski hill, enter the treed area on the left side of the trail that you are on. Walk a few feet and there is a sign on a tree that says Meadow, and on the other side of the trail there is a trail map.
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