Mount Hallowell

Sechelt, British Columbia

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Mount Hallowell is an old B.C. Forest Service (BCFS) lookout with the lookout tower intact. It should be in better condition considering the heritage significance of such structures. As can be expected with all BCFS lookouts, the views are panoramic and spectacular. This area is now part of the new 3000-ha (7400-acre) Spipiyus Provincial Park, which contains some of the oldest yellow cedar left uncut in Canada. A tree cut just south of here was more than 1800 years old.

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"Mount Hallowell is an old B.C. Forest Service (BCFS) lookout with the lookout tower intact. It should be in better condition considering the heritage significance of such structures.

As can be expected with all BCFS lookouts, the views are panoramic and spectacular. This area is now part of the new 3000-ha (7400-acre) Spipiyus Provincial Park, which contains some of the oldest yellow cedar left uncut in Canada. A tree cut just south of here was more than 1800 years old."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Sechelt
Distance: 10.6
Elevation Gain: 3,300 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: 7.5 hours
Season: Best May to October
Local Contacts: Spipiyus Provincial Park
Local Maps: 92G/12 Sechelt Inlet
Driving Directions: Directions to Mount Hallowell

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May 2018