Stoyoma Mountain

Boston Bar, British Columbia

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As you drive north on the Coquihalla Highway towards Merritt, there is an obvious high rounded double summit off to the west: this is Stoyoma Mountain, the highest peak between the Fraser Canyon and the Coquihalla. It is an area of high meadows and lakes with a resident goat population. The route starts from just above Cabin Lake, a beautiful pocket of water with a finger of land on which stood an old log cabin. As you ascend Stoyoma, the conspicuous double peak to the west is the rarely visited Mount Hewitt Bostock. To the south are the striking summits of the Coquihalla–Anderson River area.

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"As you drive north on the Coquihalla Highway towards Merritt, there is an obvious high rounded double summit off to the west: this is Stoyoma Mountain, the highest peak between the Fraser Canyon and the Coquihalla.

It is an area of high meadows and lakes with a resident goat population. The route starts from just above Cabin Lake, a beautiful pocket of water with a finger of land on which stood an old log cabin. As you ascend Stoyoma, the conspicuous double peak to the west is the rarely visited Mount Hewitt Bostock. To the south are the striking summits of the Coquihalla–Anderson River area."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Boston Bar
Distance: 7.5
Elevation Gain: 2,200 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: 5 hours
Season: Best July to October
Local Maps: 92H/14 Boston Bar, 92I/03 Prospect Creek
Driving Directions: Directions to Stoyoma Mountain

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May 2018