Pedley Pass Trail
The Pedley Pass Trail is a 7.6 km out-and-back hiking route east of Invermere that climbs uphill through the forest to reach a small lake before continuing up to Pedley Ridge. From the summit, you will have some spectacular views overlooking the alpine landscape, including dramatic mountain peaks and beautiful green meadows. The road to get to the trailhead is fairly rugged and should only be attempted with a 4x4 high clearance vehicle.
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Route Description for Pedley Pass Trail
While the road into the Pedley Pass Trail is fairly treacherous, the trail itself is not overly difficult. It offers hikers the chance to experience the rugged landscape of this backcountry area. The route sets out from the parking area and climbs steeply uphill through the forest to arrive at a junction in the trail. Heading right here will take you further into the mountains to a small lake, with Mount Aeneas dramatically towering overhead.
After absorbing the natural beauty of this area, head back to the junction and follow it to the right to head up Pedley Ridge. From here, you will have a stunning sightline over the picturesque alpine landscape. For the moderate effort required, this hike offers some truly breathtaking views. After spending some time up on the ridge, head back down the steep trail to return to your vehicle and make the bumpy journey home.
Getting to the Pedley Pass Trail Trailhead
To reach the Pedley Pass Trail trailhead from Highway BC-93 in Invermere, turn off the highway onto Cooper Road and follow it for 600 m. Make a right turn on Westrock Mine Road and follow it for 20.5 km to get to the trailhead.
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