Brunswick Mountain

Vancouver, British Columbia

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This prominent ridge and its peak are immediately to the north of Mount Harvey. The connection is not just geographical, HMS Brunswick was the ship commanded by Capt. John Harvey, a British naval officer of the eighteenth century. It is the highest peak in the area, and therefore has commanding views in all directions. The Howe Sound Crest Trail traverses the slopes west of Brunswick Mountain’s summit. You therefore cross it on your ascent. The last 100 m (325 ft) are steep, open and rocky. If there is snow or ice on the ground, be extremely cautious!

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"This prominent ridge and its peak are immediately to the north of Mount Harvey. The connection is not just geographical, HMS Brunswick was the ship commanded by Capt. John Harvey, a British naval officer of the eighteenth century. It is the highest peak in the area, and therefore has commanding views in all directions.

The Howe Sound Crest Trail traverses the slopes west of Brunswick Mountain’s summit. You therefore cross it on your ascent. The last 100 m (325 ft) are steep, open and rocky. If there is snow or ice on the ground, be extremely cautious!"

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Vancouver
Distance: 9
Elevation Gain: 5,100 feet
Trail Type: Several options
Duration: 8 hours
Season: Best July to October
Local Maps: 92G/06 North Vancouver
Driving Directions: Directions to Brunswick Mountain

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May 2018