Adventure Begins Here: Hiking in Pemberton
Each year, Pemberton attracts thousands of visitors with its esteemed hiking trails and amazing natural wonders. Just 20 minutes North of Whistler, Pemberton is home to an array of popular hiking and walking trails that give you unparalleled access to British Columbia's natural terrain.
Pemberton and the surrounding area are home to some incredible hikes, one of the most noteworthy being the stunningly beautiful Joffre Lakes. This popular trail has found its way into the hearts of thousands of visitors with its three glacier-fed lakes and spectacular terrain. Find out more about the hike to Joffre Lakes, plus photos!
Sick of the hustle and bustle of Whistler trails? Pemberton is a laid-back alternative with just as much adventure to be unlocked. There's an epic amount of trails to be explored while you're in Pemberton, but if you're looking to get the most out of a short trip in Pemberton we suggest you check out one of our previous blog posts - three hikes, three days in Pemberton.
We also have a great post if you'd like to know even more about hiking trails in Pemberton!
Hike Mount Currie
If you're up to the task, a brand new hiking trail has been made up Mt. Currie. The towering mountain sits 7800 feet above the Pemberton Valley with its dramatically steep cliffs. The hike itself is a 16 km round trip with no facilities of any kind and little to nobody around.
While the hike provides stunning views of the Pemberton Valley it is by no means meant for amateurs. Unless you can take the brutal pain of hiking for 15+ hours, you'll most likely be camping in one of the 3 cleared camping areas along the way to the top.
This is no day hike, folks, you'll have to be prepared before you try to tackle Mt. Currie. You can learn more about the hiking the Mt. Currie trail from the Outbound Collective.
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Posted: Thursday, July 05, 2018