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Trail Map

Once your up Cypress Mountain, access to the trail is somewhat confusing. Once you've parked in the Nordic Lot, take the gravel trail (Power Line trail) north. Follow the winter ski run signs. The Hollyburn Peak Trail often times can be extremely muddy and undefined.

During the winter ski season, access to the Hollyburn peak is via the Hollyburn Hikers Access Trail. Snowshoes or crampons/yaktrax are recommended for the higher elevations where the incline is very steep. Look out for tobogganers!

Hollyburn Peak Trail elevation map
Above: An elevation map of the Hollyburn Peak Trail.

The Hollyburn Peak Trail is equipped with a trail map that can be downloaded and used in Google Earth, Google Maps enabled cell-phone or in a GPS device.

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This trail may be used for hiking.This trail may be equipped with or connects to a trail with public restrooms.This trail may contain steep areas.
Skill: 3 out of 4
Coordinates: 49.379783
Rating 2.1 out of 5 (8 votes)
Distance: 2.9 km
Return Trip: 5.8 km
Elevation: 400 m
Trail Type: A to B
Trailhead: Cypress Bowl Nordic Lot (Cross Country Skiing)
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Wednesday Dec 3rd, 2014 at 11:46 PM
A great day hike with a beautiful view from the peak. lots of whiskey jacks to befriend at the top. Took under an hour hike to get up to the top, but a good bit of elevation gain makes a good workout.
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