• 4.88 km
  • 2.0 hours
  • Hard

Free Group Hike

Sun, Jun 18, 2017 10:00 AM

Bluenose is a stunning heavily forested hike with a few great clearings of the valley between Coldstream and Lumby. The hike itself is well marked and easy to follow. Prepare for a very steady uphill ascent, with a brief detour for a Viewpoint in the first 20-30 minutes off to the left. Return back to the trail and continue eastward to reach the apex of Bluenose Mountain.

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Hosts (1)
  • Jasmine Brown

Attendees (15)
  • Allan Evangelista
  • Chelsey
  • Chris Pattie (Driver)
  • Craig Cote
  • Dan Francis
  • Graham Hall
  • Jasmine Brown (Host)
  • Jenny Smith
  • Jordan McDonald
  • Kathleen McDonald
  • Kim Gehring (Driver)
  • Sarah Clothier
  • Sofiya Romanchu (Rider)
  • Timothy Schuett (Driver)
  • unnamed

  • If you are interested in carpooling please text me and I'll do my best to arrange it.
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    Sun, Jun 11, 2017 2:46 PM

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Creator: Josh Hoggan
Category:Medium Hike
Seasons:Spring, Summer, Fall
Difficulty Rating:Hard
Difficulty Description:A steep uphill trek with mildly steep sections.
Dogs:OK on Leash
Children:No Strollers; May be difficult due to grade.
Cell Service:Spotty with Rogers (June 3, 2014)
First Listed:2014-Jun-03
Last Updated:2016-Aug-06
Duration Round-Trip (solo):100 min
Duration Round-Trip (group):2.0 hours
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Distance:4.88 km (round-trip)
Elevation at Start:1,016 meters
Elevation at End:1,016 meters
Elevation Minimum:1,016 meters
Elevation Maximum:1,276 meters
Elevation Gain:463 meters (round-trip)
Elevation Loss:-464 meters (round-trip)
Slope Up:18.30% (round-trip)
Slope Down:-15.60% (round-trip)
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