Alone Mountain

Cumberland, British Columbia

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This steep, half-day climb over forested and rocky terrain culminates in views of Comox Lake and the Cruickshank River. Hike this trail in early to midsummer and you may catch vivid displays of alpine and subalpine wildflowers such as harebells and lupines. At lower elevations watch for killdeer nesting on bare rock faces, in addition to rare displays of Pacific dogwood, coral root orchids, and nodding onions. This trail is located off Comox Lake Main south of Strathcona Park and requires a short drive on rough roads.
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by Shannon & Lissa Cowan (Falcon Guides)

This steep, half-day climb over forested and rocky terrain culminates in views of Comox Lake and the Cruickshank River. Hike this trail in early to midsummer and you may catch vivid displays of alpine and subalpine wildflowers such as harebells and lupines.

At lower elevations watch for killdeer nesting on bare rock faces, in addition to rare displays of Pacific dogwood, coral root orchids, and nodding onions. This trail is located off Comox Lake Main south of Strathcona Park and requires a short drive on rough roads.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Cumberland
Distance: 2.2
Elevation Gain: 1,940 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: 2.5 hours
Season: Best June to October
Local Maps: NTS Maps 92 F/11
Driving Directions: Directions to Alone Mountain

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May 2018