4.25 out of 5 - 4 reviews

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AM from Vancouver writes:

Be careful - encountered a black bear today that was not afraid of humans or loud noises (yelling, banging, etc.) about three feet off the path eating blueberries.

    Posted: September 1, 2018 05:40:55 PM PST

    Baiba from Vancouver writes:

    The reason why people say the trail isn't easy is because to get to it you need to take the Alpine trail which is intermediate. However, with a little training/hiking experience I had I enjoyed the trail (Alpine) as it was all natural. End of Thunderbird Ridge trail is a great spot to have lunch/picnic. Be aware of bears, I encountered two while on the trail, make sure to carry either a bell or a horn, I had to improvise with Spotify and clapping :)

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      Posted: September 19, 2017 10:32:33 AM PST

      Steve from Surrey writes:

      This was a great hike with beautiful views but I felt compelled to share that in no way should the hike be considered easy. The trail is constantly rolling over rocks, roots, trees, down loose slopes, etc. Even the signage is challenging. This didn't make the hike any less enjoyable, it was great. It could be dangerous to consider it easy though. Also, total distance was in excess of 9km from the chalet versus the 6km it suggests.

        Posted: August 6, 2017 08:52:09 PM PST

        Sam Chow from Vancouver writes:

        It's hard to find some signs. Be careful of this sign because it gives a wrong way(it should be left); however, the scenery is so beautiful and it is worth to visit.

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          Posted: July 30, 2017 11:01:22 PM PST

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