Hiking The Sinkut Mountain
The 15th most popular hiking trail in British Columbia.
Monday 18 July 2016 05:50 GMT
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 15th most popular hiking trail of all 18 hikes in British Columbia.