High Rock Ridge

Longview, Alberta

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Between Trap Creek and the prairies there is a long ridge some 6 km in length that Raymond Patterson referred to as the High Rock Ridge because of its stoniness, although there's also lots of meadow to delight in. An exploration road traverses its length, connecting Trap Creek to Sullivan Creek, an easy walk that takes you to within 100 vertical m of the highest summit. Can be combined with #265 and Trap Creek to make a loop.

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"Between Trap Creek and the prairies there is a long ridge some 6 km in length that Raymond Patterson referred to as the High Rock Ridge because of its stoniness, although there's also lots of meadow to delight in. An exploration road traverses its length, connecting Trap Creek to Sullivan Creek, an easy walk that takes you to within 100 vertical m of the highest summit. Can be combined with #265 and Trap Creek to make a loop."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Longview
Distance: 7.46
Elevation Gain: 485 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: Backpack, day hike from Trap Creek.
Local Maps: Maps 82 J / 7 Mount Head and 82 J / 10 Mount Rae.
Driving Directions: Directions to High Rock Ridge

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May 2018