Pasque Mountain

Longview, Alberta

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Pasque Mountain in the southwest corner of K Country has a lot to offer the connoisseur of ridge walks, including larches. Incredibly, it was first climbed by the Boundary Survey crew in 1915 who set up camera stations on both summits. But more thrilling for me than the ridge or the views is the fact that Pasque is the northernmost limit for that gorgeous Sky pilot Poleminium viscosum. Access to open slopes is made easy by a progression of logging roads, cutblocks and exploration road. After this expect rough walking and some easy scrambling. Bridges are currently in.

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"Pasque Mountain in the southwest corner of K Country has a lot to offer the connoisseur of ridge walks, including larches. Incredibly, it was first climbed by the Boundary Survey crew in 1915 who set up camera stations on both summits. But more thrilling for me than the ridge or the views is the fact that Pasque is the northernmost limit for that gorgeous Sky pilot Poleminium viscosum. Access to open slopes is made easy by a progression of logging roads, cutblocks and exploration road. After this expect rough walking and some easy scrambling. Bridges are currently in."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Longview
Distance: 8.08
Elevation Gain: 735 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: Day hike
Local Maps: Map 82 J / 2 Fording River.
Driving Directions: Directions to Pasque Mountain

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May 2018