If you take the loop counterclockwise the incline is relatively steady for about 4 km and then there is a much steeper downhill for about 1 km at the end. If you take it clockwise then you get a much steeper incline in the first km or so and then the last few kilometres are a more spread out descent.
The trail head is now in the parking lot for the ranger station which is across the highway from the Allen Bill Pond parking lot.
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Posted By: ChrisMarry
- Sun Apr 28 19:32:58 UTC 2019
UpsideNice views of West Bragg Creek to the north close to the highest point. DownsideN/A CommentNice loop with decent views, great for snowshoeing, trail running or an easy short hike with some 330 m net elevation gain.
Posted By: drunknsnoshu
- Thu Dec 03 05:31:54 UTC 2015
CommentDid this at night in winter. No snowshoes, used crampons for most of it. Went counterclockwise as most do, also took Bobcat trail a ways up the hill. Excellent night hiking as the trail is easy to follow, lots of reflective signage and open skies to appreciate the stars. With good snow this would be an ideal snowshoe route.