McKee Peak Trail
The McKee Peak Trail is a moderate hike that climbs uphill through a dense network of hiking and mountain bike trails to reach the summit of McKee Peak. This largely forested trail travels along a road, making it accessible for hikers of most skill levels. From atop the peak you will have scenic views of the surrounding area.
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Route Description for McKee Peak Trail
The McKee Peak Trail is a popular hiking route just east of Abbotsford, BC that passes through a dense network of trails to reach the summit of McKee Peak. Hiking along this route will provide you with the option of traversing the old road leading up the mountain or utilizing the smaller side trails that travel parallel to it. It should be noted that these side trails are often travelled by mountain bikers, so keep an eye out and share the path with anyone attempting to pass by.
From the summit, you will be able to take in some scenic views of the valley from a cleared field, as well as a viewpoint that can be found just beyond the trail. This is a great hike for casual or beginner hikers.
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Getting to the McKee Peak Trail Trailhead
To reach the parking area for the McKee Peak Trail from Abbotsford, head east on George Ferguson Way and turn left onto Ash Street. After 400 m, the road will veer right onto Old Clayburn Road. Follow this for 2.3 km and turn right onto McKee Drive. After 250 m, turn left onto McKee Road and follow it for 2.3 km to find the parking lot on your right.
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