The hike consists of dirt trails. Overall the elevation gain is very steady and consistent with only a few portions that are steeper and a few flatter portions. The trail is well used and might get slippery when wet, poles might be required. The top is marked by a canadian flag and a pile of rocks. There are no trees on top and you can get a great view.
We have done the trail with a one year old in a backpack carrier and had no difficulties. It is quite a workout with a child.
Park across highway 66 from powderface trail head parking lot. There is a small pathway on the west side of the highway leading north. You will pass a small creek with a big culvert. The trail heads off to the left and isn't marked.
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