• Activities:

    Photography, Hiking

  • Skill Level:


  • Season:

    Summer, Autumn

  • Trail Type:


  • RT Distance:

    5 Miles

  • Elevation Gain:

    2001.3 Feet


This multi peak hike through alpine meadows filled with wild flowers is a must! Check if off your list in the summer when the wild flowers are blooming.

Beginning in Tumbler Ridge take Don Phillips Way (Highway 29) North for 29 kilometers to the Bullmoose Road. Follow Bullmoose Road for 17 kilometers taking a left onto Windfall Creek Forest Service Road (gravel road). Follow Windfall Creek Forest Service Road for 13.4 kilometers and you will arrive at the marked trailhead. This hike takes approximately 4-6 hours. Begin hiking up a cut line where you will see a number of information signs about the trail and surrounding area. You will reach the head of the meadow where you can see the ridge line you are headed towards on your right. Follow the flagging tape marking the trail up to the top of the ridge line. Once you are on top of the ridge follow it South West to the first peak named Theropod Peak. On top of Theropod Peak to the West you can see two of the tallest peaks in the region Mount Crum & Sentinel Peak. Travel down to Peak 2 East of Theropod Peak and find the loop trail. The loop trail follows the creek to the right going down stream, this trail meets up to the meadow trail just before the cut line. This hike is very damp in the spring and early summer make sure to bring waterproof foot wear. You will be in bear country please be bear aware. 


Pack List

  • Bug Spray
  • Hiking Boots
  • Camera
  • GPS/Maps
  • Food
  • Water
  • Bear Spray
  • Day Hiking Supplies

Be advised there is no cell reception on this hike

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Tamara Jane

Born and Raised in North Eastern British Columbia. I spend my free time exploring and photographing my home.

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