Deeks Peak

Squamish, British Columbia

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Much less frequently traveled than the trail to Deeks Lake, the route to Deeks Peak can be overgrown and bushy. Still, it will get you without much difficulty at least as far as attractive little Kallahne Lake beneath the mountain’s northwest slopes. En route are fine views across Howe Sound to Mount Sedgwick and the peaks of the Tantalus Range farther north. On top you may enjoy the fruits of your labours, with outstanding views west across Howe Sound and its islands, north to the mountains of Garibaldi Park, northeast to Sky Pilot Mountain and southeast to the North Shore mountains.

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"Much less frequently traveled than the trail to Deeks Lake, the route to Deeks Peak can be overgrown and bushy. Still, it will get you without much difficulty at least as far as attractive little Kallahne Lake beneath the mountain’s northwest slopes.

En route are fine views across Howe Sound to Mount Sedgwick and the peaks of the Tantalus Range farther north. On top you may enjoy the fruits of your labours, with outstanding views west across Howe Sound and its islands, north to the mountains of Garibaldi Park, northeast to Sky Pilot Mountain and southeast to the North Shore mountains."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Squamish
Distance: 9.8
Elevation Gain: 5,300 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: 10 hours
Season: Best July to October
Local Maps: 92G/11 Squamish
Driving Directions: Directions to Deeks Peak

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May 2018