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Monkman trail
posted by: Wendell   email this member
Posted Monday, Aug 18 at 12:17 AM
Mon, Aug 18 at 12:17 AM
Regarding trail Monkman Pass Memorial Trail near Tumbler Ridge, BC

http://www.trailpeak.com/trail-Monkman-Pass-Memorial-Trail-near-Tumbler-Ridge-BC-4917

Just wondered if this trail would work to take a horse on??? Thanks!!


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trails page for yelofmot2035Re: Monkman trail
yelofmot2035  email this member
Posted Monday, Aug 18 at 12:52 AM
Mon, Aug 18 at 12:52 AM
Regarding trail Monkman Pass Memorial Trail near Tumbler Ridge, BC

http://www.trailpeak.com/trail -Monkman-Pass-Memorial-Trail-near-Tumbler-Ridge-BC-4917< BR>
Yes, the trail for the first 25km to Monkman Lake would be fine. It's flat and fairly buff single track. After that, the trail can be a bit of scramble to access the alpine.

There's lots of room at the Monkman Lake campsite for horses too.


trails page for WendellRe: Monkman trail
Wendell  email this member
Posted Tuesday, Aug 19 at 1:31 AM
Tue, Aug 19 at 01:31 AM
Regarding trail Monkman Pass Memorial Trail near Tumbler Ridge, BC

http://www.trailpeak.com/trail -Monkman-Pass-Memorial-Trail-near-Tumbler-Ridge-BC-4917< BR>
Thanks!


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4seasonhiker  email this member
Posted Thursday, Oct 4 at 5:45 PM
Thu, Oct 4 at 05:45 PM
Regarding trail Monkman Pass Memorial Trail near Tumbler Ridge, BC

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We hiked the trail to Monkman Lake in early July 2018. The first 7km especially was littered with deadfall/blowdown. I would imagine taking horses would be difficult (note: I am not a horse person but there were spots on the trail where horses would not be able to step over the downed trees). The trail is in need of some clearing for sure.



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