Place Glacier Trail

Place Glacier Trail near Pemberton, BC


This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars
6 kms
4hours
difficult
Hiking
Summer
Pemberton, BC
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Place Glacier access trail is a steep trail that starts from the bottom of glacier valley and go through one of the largest cluster of waterfalls in BC to reach the alpine. There is a challenging section right before reaching glacier where there is a bare rock wall. At the glacier there is a hut which can made as a base to reach surrounding mountains such as Mt. Gardiner, Oleg, Olds etc.




Directions:




From Pemberton go to Mt Currie and at its intersection go straight towards D'arcy. In 20k from Mt Currie intersection there is a railway crossing. 600m from past the crossing there is an intersection and turn right into Anson Place.




That is the trailhead. Now from there reach the railway ground, turn left to go 100m, turn right into the small road( the first crossing). This small road goes into a forest about 100m and comes to powerline opening as you see a rusty car wreck on the right. Go straight on powerline land into the forest again.




Immediately entering into the forest again there is a fork. Take left fork. In 15m another fork. Take right fork. In 100m there is 2nd powerline opening.




Go straight here and you can see the flagging as you enter the forest again.


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Please check the bottom of the Description (above left; click) for the author's written directions.

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