flora peak chilliwack

The trail starts at fairly low elevation, so we may need to carry skis briefly, but hopefully not. No shade at the top. If you want to go this trail, start super early. Completed this hike on Saturday October 24th. We loved the view and the challenge. Now look for flagging tape on the right. Walk down to the old campsite and cross the bridge over Post Creek instead of heading up the Lindeman trail. Flora Lake Trail and Lindeman/Greendrop Trail Loop. With a gentle valley bottom, several lakes and side valleys, high peaks and an extensive system of back roads and campgrounds, the Chilliwack recreational area has become one of the most popular in BC. A couple muddy parts. Definitely an intense trail as it is steep all the way up with very little reprieve. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from June until October. Our round trip time was exactly 5 hours and that was a bit faster than I thought. We started a bit late and had to turn around at around 4.3km, wanted to get out before sunset. Mel carefully making her way down the steep gendarme section. We gained elevation quickly. I went with my 6 and 9 year old boys who are experienced hikers. This part is a grind, it is quite steep. Unfortunately my phone died so I couldn’t record the trek from the peak down, but it was approximately four hours up and two down! Not to our surprise as soon as we went down the views were back. The peak itself is flat so you can walk around and sit and have a bite to eat. The views were fantastic, well worth the trek. Flora Peak is a 7.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Fraser Valley E, British Columbia, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. Here's a webcam very close to the trailhead. Beautiful views, not a lot of people on the trail. This picture looks more like December than April.. Logistically it doesn’t make the most sense because in order to go from the Lake up to Flora Peak, you actually have to backtrack back to the parking lot and take the right branching trail at the start of the trailhead. Flora Peak is immediately north of Chilliwack Lake. The trekking poles coming back down from the peak will be your savior as it's quite steep, otherwise without them you'll need to just take your time and use your hands and stay close to the ground by bending those knees. We found some parts rather difficult but the views at the top were worth all the hard work. The hike was a good mix of mossy second-growth forest, alpine meadows, talus slope-scrambling, and ridge exploring. The flora was red and green, bursting with wild blueberries as a snack along the trail. Flora Lake is one of several small lakes within the boundaries of Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park. In snow, we aim for the plateau just before the base of large avalanche slopes where you can see Flora Peak. To get there go to Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada and then toward Cultus Lake through Sardis and turn left heading East into the Chilliwack River Valley from the Vedder Bridge. On the SW Ridge now. It's not too much farther to get to the top, so persevere. We also timed it perfectly, and the clouds parted as we reached to summit. The post-holing was knee deep and it’s time to don snowshoes. Make sure to take the right one, or you will head to Flora Lake. Try a level down. The proper trail-head was closed for the season but we could just park on the shoulder of Chilliwack Lake Road. Flora Peak guards Chilliwack Lake immediately from the north on an undulating but wide alpine ridge system. Got to the parking lot at 10 AM and it was almost full. My friend told me it was more worthwhile going to the peak then the lake and I would agree. Very steep hike almost all the way through. Difficulty: 2 Report: A friend of mine skiied Flora peak in the Chilliwack valley a few years ago and said that it was a great ski trip, with easy access, nice fall line skiing, great views, and low avalanche hazard, and it’s been on my to do list ever since. Webb, A zoomed-in shot towards the south end of Chilliwack Lake and North Cascades. You get a 360 degree view of mountain ranges. Completed this hike on Friday , August 28,2020. Phil A. on Flora Peak: “Confident that the weather would clear up, your heroes set off to conquer Flora Peak in Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park. We had to traverse right. Flora Lake Hike Report by Rodrigo Y. The first 3km are mostly in the trees, with a few lookouts at Chilliwack Lake. Photo by Iliya K. This is looking at the south bowl that the summer trail traverses across. My friend and I did this trail on June 21st, and there was little to no snow, totally doable without spikes. Section 2: Flora Peak Junction to Flora Lake The was the most difficult part of the hike. Photo by Iliya K. Looking back at Mel and Iliya traversing the big slope. Even with snowshoes we still sink. Even more beautiful with the snow. Recommend poles and spikes, as there were some slippery sections (some icy sections under the snow). To get there go to Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada and then toward Cultus Lake through Sardis and turn left heading East into the Chilliwack River Valley from the Vedder Bridge. Only experienced and well equipped hikers with … Chilliwack is a region inside of British Columbia. Hiking up Flora Lake Trail on fresh snow. We did deviate from the path a little and summited the the peak that was left of the Flora Lake Trail, instead of continuing on to the lake at the bottom. We descended steep snow slopes in the trees all the way down to the lake. Me ascending the steep south side of gendarme. There was also a false summit to traverse over that kinda surprised us. This is NOT a good hike to start your hiking season with. With a round-trip distance of 9.5KM and an elevation gain of 700 meters, it too offers spectacular views of the Fraser Valley region. Iliya did an excellent job breaking trail all the way to where the winter route branched off the main trail. PDFs not available for regions. For the next while we ascended straight up on the open slope until joining the broad SW ridge of Flora Peak. Photo by Iliya K. This is a huge slide path.. You don’t want to mess up here…. Still haven’t got down to the summer trail yet. This was the first time we got hit by sunshine. This 18.5km loop is located in Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park (Sxotsaqel in the Halkomelem language of the Indigenous, Sto: ... alongside Flora lake and then climbs up and eventually a short but steep out and back will take you to the summit of Flora Peak (required for the FKT! Photo by Mel O. Iliya approaching the summit of Flora Peak, After a while we saw the tips of Mt. Mount Paleface is the mountain in between Lindeman Lake to it's West, Flora Lake on it's East side, Greendrop Lake North of it's peak and Chilliwack Lake at it's southern end. Section 2: Flora Peak Junction to Flora Lake The was the most difficult part of the hike. The hike was a good mix of mossy second-growth forest, alpine meadows, talus slope-scrambling, and ridge exploring. We also timed it perfectly, and the clouds parted as we reached to summit. Pictures truly don't do it justice. The Friday of last week saw the only brief break in a prolonged stretch of wet weather and Mel and I were keen to get out even though the weather wasn’t a dominator high pressure system. I’m not complaining. First 1/4 not much snow, next 1/4 light snow, then started getting progressively deeper in fresh snow. The view is absolutely spectacular! I had my doubt on the forecasted “sunny” weather and sure enough, we saw no star in the sky. Mix of shaded areas in the woods and full sun areas along the ridges. Rexford and Nesakwatch Spires poking through, And then there went the tip of Slesse Mtn. The Flora Lake trail is accessed off the same area as the Lindeman Lake Trail (see trail description). It's amazing but difficult hike Map. We descended steep snow slopes in the trees all the way down to the lake. Headlamps on and up we went anyway with Iliya leading in front. There were a few spots where the trees opened up to have a nice view of Chilliwack … Flora Lake Loop. Took us about 3 hours up and 2 hours to get down. The black flies were in full attack mode so bug spray recommended. Custom PDF Personalised up-to-date PDF - for Chilliwack. This was an incredible trail. Our other option was to haul our giant packs up over the ridge we climbed to get up to Flora Peak. ). Starting the descent. The only access to Flora Lake is by a steep, rough and overgrown trail through slides, creeks, washouts and alpine meadows. Its a grind most of the way, with last part the most steep. Me heading for the (false) summit. My watch recorded about 13.4km round trip. Half an hour later Mel and I picked up Iliya from Abbotsford and then in another hour we arrived at the trail-head. The section of the trail starting at the base of Flora continuing all the way to the lake is very unsafe during this time of year as the sun no longer hits the north side of Flora where there are several lengthy sections of rock slide that are covered in a layer of ice from moisture and rain. Could not summit the peak because snow was so deep. Not very busy! The views at the top are excellent with Slesse, Rexford, Spicard, Redoubt, Welch, and even the backside of Hozomeen to the east. The mountain was drier than expected with no snow encountered until above 1000 m elevation. After staying there for about half an hour we realized there’s little chance we could get any view from the summit, so started the descent. Chilliwack Lake as seen from Flora Lake Trail The beautiful Chilliwack River basin is set amongst the rugged Skagit Range mountains lying within both Canada and the USA. We made quick work linking the several pieces of logging roads at the start (checked GPS several times). The challenging and beautiful trail soon proves to be more than a match for even the hardiest of hikers, and will amply qualify as a … This section was mostly a steep but pleasant ascent through the woods to get up to Flora Pass. Once you emerge from the forest, the views are constant and unparalleled. Unfortunately I lost phone battery just after the summit so my recording only shows the route up. 360 views at the top make for plenty of Instagram-worthy photos – just be sure to wear dependable footing and carry plenty of water and food when embarking on this trail. Be prepared for a lot of climbing and sweating. Take the trail on the right of the access road rather than continuing down the road to the Lindeman trailhead. HD the whole summit to ourselves. Flora Peak Loop... counter clockwise loop up and over, then down the SW Ridge. So if you were to hike non stop, it would take about 6 … We took 4 hours to get up (obviously the little legs are slower than most adults). The north side was engulfed in clouds the whole day. The terrain’s big. Route finding was a little tricky because there wasn't much of a boot pack and the trail was completely hidden under the snow, but there were enough orange markers to stay on track, especially with the help of GPS. The only difficult part was trying to keep my eyes on the narrow trail when the view was so spectacular! The day after climbing up to Flora Peak we decided to walk back out the way we came in and spend our last night at the other lake (Greendrop) near the Flora Lake Loop. Despite the required 1300 m elevation gain I was confident to sneak this peak in, drive back home and take a power nap before showing up at my afternoon/evening work. The last spurt up to the peak is steep and a little unsteady, but WOW is the view worth it. Mount Cheam is another spectacular hike in the Chilliwack area. Flora Lake and Greendrop Lake parking lot in Chilliwack Provincial Park British Columbia Canada 8. Flora Peak is the mountain in between Lindeman Lake to it's West, Flora Lake on it's East side, Greendrop Lake North of it's peak and Chilliwack Lake at it's southern end. The weather was very foggy with absolutely no view whatsoever but I expected we would at least break the first layer of low clouds. Although the distance isn't that lengthy, the elevation gain makes this hike difficult. The last 100 m elevation gain was done in a complete white out and we saw nothing from the summit other than ourselves. Iliya joined the team at the last minute. https://www.alltrails.com/trail/canada/british-columbia/flora-lake It's only 5km to the peak, but with 1300m elevation gain. This view of Knight Peak can be seen from the ridge of Lady Peak also in the Cheam range, south-east of Chilliwack, BC. This was doing down to true/false summits col. Iliya having a ton of fun plunging down powder snow on snowshoes. We got back home before 1 pm and I certainly earned more than an hour’s of napping time. poking above the clouds, Mel, Iliya and myself on the summit of Flora Peak. The route-finding was a little bit complicated with no obvious “easy” line to attack. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from June until October. We found 2 weak streams along the trail where we filled up our bottles. Date: Feb 25, 2017 Participants: Nancy Zenger, Jeff Wallace, Nathan, Geoff Zenger. Me snowshoeing down that steep gendarme bypass. Another photo of Mel and Iliya snowshoeing up. The loop itself is ~21k and took just under 7 hours (including the 45 minutes or so we spent on running around the peak of the mountain). A gendarme feature higher up on the SW ridge required detouring onto the steep south face and traversing some 40+ degree slopes on snowshoes. Mel and Iliya snowshoeing up with Chilliwack Lake behind. Above that elevation zone we encountered fresh snow from the recent wet and cold weather and the amount increased as we ascended higher. Will re-attempt earlier next year, as the views are incredible! Contest Year Submitted: 2019 ‹ Previous Photo The yellow gate you see at the far end in the photo above is where the trailhead is located, as well as an information board with a map of the park, pictured in more detail in photo #9. Because of the time constraint to get back home by early afternoon we agreed to leave White Rock at 3:30 am in the morning. The snow condition will slow you down. The same route is seldom done in winter because of significant avalanche hazard, but the W/SW Ridge offers a safer alternative, albeit not without avalanche terrain. FLORA LAKE TRAIL – JAN. 10 This is a popular steep trail that does a steady climb to several beautiful viewpoints overlooking Chilliwack Lake. But this day we stayed shy of it by just a bit… However It's worth to put some extra effort to see 350 degrees views . Give yourself lots of time at the top and be sure to bring a warm jacket! About 800 metres from the top, the trail splits. Phil A. on Flora Peak: “Confident that the weather would clear up, your heroes set off to conquer Flora Peak in Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park. The trail starts out flat but begins a brutal ascent of 1800 m in about 4 km. After gaining some elevation we picked up the Flora Lake Trail traversing a long ways due east on the lower flanks. Difficulty: 2 Report: A friend of mine skiied Flora peak in the Chilliwack valley a few years ago and said that it was a great ski trip, with easy access, nice fall line skiing, great views, and low avalanche hazard, and it’s been on my to do list ever since. Because of the easiness in access I had been on purposely saving Flora Peak for a “morning exercise”. Mel finishing that steep stretch bypassing the gendarme. Wasp nest at 2.5km. The trail is in great condition, no bugs. Mount Cheam. The trailhead is just inside Chilliwack Park. We went on a Tuesday morning, Sept.29 and there were only 4 other cars in the car park. After a while the view finally opened up completely. After losing ~200 m elevation the sunshine came out again and we had some really nice view down towards the lake. Chilliwack Lake behind. The first 2.0 kms are through the forest and steep. Eventually you'll come to a flat bench near the top and on the left side orange flagging that marks the Flora Peak summit trail. That summit trail is quite steep with a small boulder field that you walk across (nothing intense) followed by steep uphill dirt trail that may require in some spots some zero exposure scrambling or strategic trekking pole use until you get to the top. It was a fun hike, easy to miss the turnoff so keep a close eye as you get close. It was pretty tough physically but the trail was incredibly well marked and maintained. A couple days ago, a group of friends and I went on the Flora lake loop hike by Chilliwack lake. Mel and I snowshoeing up. The trail starts after a short walk down the Post Creek access road at the trailhead marker. Looking back from just below the gendarme, Very steep trail-breaking leads to the base of the gendarme. If you plan to camp overnight it is highly recommended to complete the flora leg of the loop the first day because the climb over Flora peak is the most grueling this trail system has to offer. Route finding was a little tricky because there wasn't much of a boot pack and the trail was completely hidden under the snow, but there were enough orange markers to stay on track, especially with the help of GPS. This was my first time hiking the Flora Lake Trail, and our original intention was to attempt the full loop with Greendrop and Lindeman Lakes. The first 3 km are through a lovely forest, then it’s exposed. This is looking at the unnamed bump to the east, The fresh snow suggested we were back in winter wonderland…, Looking at Williams Peak with the ridge of Goat/Porcupine Peak in front. Date: Feb 25, 2017 Participants: Nancy Zenger, Jeff Wallace, Nathan, Geoff Zenger. This image was captured on July 24, 2004 Day Hike or Camp to Flora Peak The second time I camped at Lindeman Lake, we wanted to try a different trail, so we camped at Lindeman Lake and then day-hiked to Flora Peak. We were the only ones did this trail. Well marked trail, great conditions. The famous Flora Lake Trail loop ascends to, and traverses at about 200 m below the summit hence this is a very popular hike in the summer months. The Chilliwack Lake showed up and our stoke level was high. Description: A steep hike that first zig zags up to a saddle overlooking Chilliwack lake and after traversing some alpine, drops down into Flora lake. Once we all got above that sketchy step the terrain mellowed out again but unfortunately the clouds rolled back in. We didn't feel safe doing so, … The clouds added to the scenery. Mel volunteered to drive my truck back home again and I greatly appreciated the extra bits of rest before the afternoon work. Flora Peak guards Chilliwack Lake immediately from the north on an undulating but wide alpine ridge system. Downloads. Took us 2:45 up with a slower hiker, and 2 hrs down. I was expecting this stretch to be the most hazardous but that was actually not the case. My gps indicates 6.8 km up and 1,300 m elevation gain. I needed a shorter 3/4 day to avoid what I thought would be a wet weather start so decided to revisit a hike I have done a bunch of times in the past but never to my recollection in pure summer conditions. Ever since we found out about Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park our … Our first glimpse of the mountains nearby. Location: Chilliwack Photo Date: November 2018 Description: Views of Flora and Chilliwack lake from Flora Peak. Drive Chilliwack Lake Road to Post Creek and park at Post Creek trailhead as for Lindeman Lake, Greendrop Lake, Flora Lake etc. Almost running out of snow here. Great views at the top. Nice large flat area at the peak. It definitely is uphill all the way other than a very few short level bits. The plunge on snowshoes was fast and fun, and once joining the summer trail we took off the snowshoes and trail-ran back to the parking lot. Not many people on the trail though; we encountered 2 groups on our way up. I would highly recommend this if you're a more seasoned hiker. Flora Peak is a 11.4 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Fraser Valley E, British Columbia, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. November 22, lots of snow. The famous Flora Lake Trail loop ascends to, and traverses at about 200 m below the summit hence this is a very popular hike in the summer months. Instant PDF Generic pre-created PDF - for Chilliwack PDFs not available for regions. At the top of the pass, you are in sub alpine meadows. Another photo of Mel posing on the hike down. This is Mt. Section 1: Trailhead to Flora Peak Junction. I wouldn’t say this is a hard hike. Absolutely gorgeous! [Fraser Valley] Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park, Flora Peak – July 23rd 2010 [DNF] [Fraser Valley] Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park, Flora Peak – July 23rd 2010 [DNF] Leave a comment Go to comments. Looking at the obvious gendarme ahead. 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