Arras, British Columbia

Hiking, Climbing and Bouldering at Bear Mountain

3 Miles Total - 60 ft gain - Out-and-Back Trail

Originally added by Dan Rawlyk

Hike, boulder, climb and explore only 20 minutes from Dawson Creek.

Bear Mountain Climbing Guide

Bear Mountain Bouldering Guide

Directions: Adams Road, Rd. 223, Radar Lake Road, Bear Mountain Wind Park Road. 

Google: BEAR MOUNTAIN WIND PARK

Bear Mountain when viewed from the east is one of many unassuming roll hills near Dawson Creek marked with a string of windmills.  The west side of the mountain stands in stark contrast to the east side. Several rock outcroppings rise out of the forest, which also hides countless boulders. The guides give specific directions to several areas which are good for bouldering, climbing and exploring. Views start at 100 metres from the parking spots and can turn into walks of several km.

Packlist: Depending on your preferred activity,

Sport Climbing Gear

Bouldering Pad

Water

Snack

Sunscreen

Windbreaker (the ridge is usually breezy to windy)

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Tags

Rock Climbing
Chillin
Hiking
Picnic Area

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