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Mountain Hwy Via St George's Trail

by Ran Katzman
5 years ago
Near North Vancouver, CA
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DISTANCE 8.193 miles
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3136 ft (49%)
3133 ft (50%)
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Mountain Hwy Via St George's Trail

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From Cleveland Dam head North up Nancy Greene Way to the Grouse parking lot.
Head up and East on Baden Powell trail all the way to Mosquito Creek bridge.
After crossing the bridge go sharp left (you're still following the "BP" markers).
Continue following Baden Powell markers (be careful to make another left a couple of minutes past the water tank) for another 15-20 minutes until you come to a small bench with a view (on some days).
Head up St Georges trail (starts behind the bench) for 15-20 minutes until it spits you out at the wide Mountain Highway
Go left and up Mtn Hwy for about 1 minute, find the Executioner trail-head signpot on your left, and start going down that trail.
At the junction with Dreamweaver trail take a left and follow Dreamweaver down to its junction with Baden Powell.
Take a right and follow Baden Powell all the way back to Cleveland Dam.



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