Black Mountain Topo Map

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This trip provides an alternative to the road access from the south into Cypress Provincial Park. A steep but rewarding trail with magnificent views over Howe Sound, it leads to the alpine meadows and small lakes of the summit plateau. It is also used as the Baden-Powell Trail. Although close to Vancouver and easily accessible, the two summits of Black Mountain demand considerable expenditure of energy by those who ascend them from the west; the result, however, makes the effort worthwhile. From either peak the view is panoramic, with the great snowfield of the Tantalus Range in the northwest, the dome of Mount Baker in the southeast and Vancouver below. Snow lies late on the plateau around Black Mountain. If summer is late arriving, an ascent to Eagle Bluff is well worthwhile. currently offers topo maps from the entire United States. We plan to expand our topomap database in the future, however this map is not available at this time. Thank you for your understanding.