Added by Dan Duerden
- Stunning alpine views of the famous Valley of the Ten Peaks
- A much more unique photo opportunity of Moraine Lake
- Views of several prominent glaciers and the gorgeous Paradise Valley
- The Eiffel Tower rock formation viewable from the summit
- 11km roundtrip
- 1300m of Elevation gain
Starting from the parking lot at Moraine Lake follow the trail as it switchbacks up away from the lake. At a spot with two benches the trail will split, the majority continue on to Sentinel Pass and Mt. Temple, take the left fork, it will dip down to a rocky stream, cross that and ascend the skyline ridge.
At the end of the ridge there is an obvious trail that works its way up the scree slope, If you're going in shoulder season there may be a snowfield covering the upper portion of the trail changing this hike to a scramble where you'll have to be comfortable with simple route finding and some minor exposure.
- Hiking Boots
- 10 Essentials
Please respect the places you find on The Outbound.
Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures. Be aware of local regulations and don't damage these amazing places for the sake of a photograph. Learn More
ReviewsLeave a Review
Have you done this adventure? Have something to add? You could be the first to leave a review!
Added by Dan Duerden
I'm a teacher in Victoria, B.C., Canada. The dream would be to eventually teach a combination of Physical Education, Outdoor Education, Social Studies and Physics. I have a passion for the outdoors, including it's protection, and a desire to ignite that feeling in others! Explore, adventure, and pursue your passions, no matter if they're big or small!Follow
More Adventures Nearby
Hike to Bragg Creek Ice Cave
Canada / Canyon Creek Trail
Also known as Moose Mountain Ice Cave, Canyon Creek Ice Cave and Ing Mine. The cave is located on the west side of Moose Ridge andhas a huge entrance, it is approximately1,600 ft. in depth.
Hike through McGillivray Canyon
Canada / Mcgillivray Slabs Trailhead
Between Pigeon Mountain and Mount McGilliveray, pull off the road and slow down until you see a little dirt road turn off to the large parking area.