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    This reflects the 10Adventures difficulty rating for each route. We aim to keep ratings consistent across regions.
    This reflects the total elevation gained throughout this route as measured by the GPS file. This includes all ascents and descents, and is higher than what is quoted in most route guides, which simply measure the distance between the starting-point and high-point of the route.
    1,136 m
    This reflects the return distance of this route as measured by the GPS file.
    15.3 km
    This reflects the estimated time the majority of users will take on this trail. If you are slower, add time to the top-end figure. If you are fast, then you may complete this route faster than this time range.
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    Advanced (Diamond)
    Suitable for advanced experience level looking for a solid adventure.
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    Intermediate (Square)
    Suitable for intermediates who are ready for a little bit more adventure.
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    Mount Mulligan Trail


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    Hiking along the Mount Mulligan Trail is a difficult affair due to the steep incline of the route, but this is offset by the amazing views that hikers will find on the summit. This 15.3 km hiking route climbs uphill along a forest service road and through the forest cover to provide a manageable path to the top of the peak. From there, you will have a commanding view over the Squamish Valley and its surrounding mountainous landscape.

    Route Description for Mount Mulligan Trail

    The Mount Mulligan Trail is a largely forested out-and-back hiking route near Squamish, BC that climbs uphill along a logging road before breaking off on the ascent of the summit. The route climbs at a rather steep grade, packing an elevation gain of 1136m along the length of the trail, however, the terrain isn’t overly technical which makes it a pleasant hike up to the summit. The area is also a popular destination for winter activities like skiing and snowshoeing.

    From the peak, hikers will have amazing views overlooking the Squamish area and the multitude of mountains that frame the landscape. To the east you will be able to spot the Stawamus Chief and the rugged peaks of the Tantalus Range, and to the northwest you will have a sightline stretching across Mamquam and into Garibaldi Provincial Park. Hikers can also traverse the optional trail extension to Anif Peak to the south in order to bundle two summits into this awesome hike.

    Getting to the Mount Mulligan Trail Trailhead

    To get to the trailhead for the Mount Mulligan Trail from the Sea to Sky Gondola, make your way north on BC-99 for 1.6 km and make a right turn on Mamquam River Forest Service Road. Continue straight for 7.0 km and turn right at the fork in the road to access the trailhead.

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    • Route Type:

      Out and back

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