Hiking The Sinkut Mountain

The 14th most popular hiking trail in British Columbia.

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West of Prince George and south of Vanderhoof, the Sinkut Mountain route is a 5.6km one-way hiking trek.

To reach the parking area from the Info Centre, travel south 0.1km on Burrard Ave to Hwy 16, turn left; travel 6.6 km to Blackwater Rd, turn right; travel 5.0 km to Sinkut Lake Rd, turn right; travel west 5.0 km to Hargreaves Rd, turn left; travel 1.6 km south to Meridian Rd, turn left; travel 11.5 km east then south and then after the bridge on Sinkut Mt Forest Service Rd; turn left on an unmarked road 100 m past the 11 km marker. Travel along a steep gravel unmarked road for 1.0 km to the gate. Park below the gate (whether open or not).

This is a Moderate to difficult uphill walking for 2.7 km up a rough road to the forest lookout tower. Return to vehicle via same trail.

Note: This trail is very popular with ATV riders.

Overall, Sinkut Mountain is the 14th most popular hiking trail of all 18 hikes in British Columbia.

Sinkut Mountain Hiking Map



Local Contact(s):  Vanderhoof Chamber Of Commerce (250) 567-2124

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Daves RV Park (250) 567-3161; Riverside Campground (250) 567-4710

Luxury Loding:  Grand Trunk Inn, Vanderhoof (250) 567-3188

Reference Source:  click here http://www.vanderhoofchamber.com/

GPS:  53.81426, -123.99997

Date Published:  1/2/2016

Date Updated:  7/18/2016

ID:  21059

Sinkut Mountain Hiking Map


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