Frosty Mountain Professional Review and Guide
"Frosty Mountain, with its crenellated rocky ridge, is the highest summit in Manning Provincial Park. The views, as might be expected, are panoramic, and the high open country over which you travel en route has a truly amazing stand of alpine larch, some of which are currently British Columbia’s oldest living trees.
The final plus is the well-graded park trail. What’s the downside to all this? You do not actually get to the summit: you ascend the east peak, since the main peak is a loose, steep climb. Timing is also a problem: you should do this trip in October when the larches are at their golden best, but before the snow flies."