Blowdown Pass

Mount Currie, British Columbia V0N 2K0

Blowdown Pass

Blowdown Pass Professional Review and Guide

"Blowdown Pass is on the divide between Cayoosh Creek and Cottonwood Creek, a tributary of the Stein River. It is therefore one of the access routes, albeit a long one, to the Stein Valley Heritage Provincial Park.

There is a beautiful lake with campsites before the pass, and the meadows on the slopes above are spectacularly colourful if you time it right. A mine road leads from the Duffey Lake Road through the pass and another 10 km (6.2 mi) down Cottonwood Creek to the closed Silver Queen Mine. Gott Peak is an easy hike up the open ridge from the pass."

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Trail Information

Mount Currie
Nearby City
4.7
Distance
3,000 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
5 hours
Duration
Best July to September
Season
Stein Valley Heritage Provincial Park
Local Contacts
92J/08 Duffey Lake
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Oct 2018