Mt Stephens Trail (Wasa)

Horseback RidingHiking


Site Closed.
The recreation trail is closed due to a wildfire restriction in the area.


  • Rec Site #:REC5283
  • Type:
  • Fees:None
  • Campsites:0
  • Access:Road
  • Facilities:None
  • Site Description:This moderate to difficult trail, to the summit of Mt. Stevens at 2650 m (8700 feet), in the Hughes Range of the Rockies, should be started early in the day. The first part of the trail grinds steadily up through a Douglas fir forest, offering limited views. As you go higher and enter the old burn, the views open up. Eventually, trees give way to ground hugging alpine vegetation, allowing you sweeping views of the Rockies to the East and the Purcells to the West. Skilled route finders can continue a further 1.5 km to Teepee Mountain at 2775 m (9100 feet). There is no water along this trail, so be sure to bring your canteen.

  • Driving Directions:Main Access: Commencing at the junction of Hwy 93/95 with Wasa Lake Park Drive at the southern entrance to the community of Wasa, turn onto Wasa Lake Park Drive. Proceed 0.5 km and turn right onto the Lazy Lake Road. Follow this road for 10.2 km to the junction with the Lewis Creek Road. Turn right onto the Lewis Creek Road and follow this rough, 2 wheel drive, gravel, switchback road for 5.6 km. Turn left onto an unnamed road that follows the West side of Lewis Creek. Park at the trailhead sign, which is on your left, 100 m up this road. A useful link for driving directions in BC: http://www.milebymile.com/main/Canada/British_Columbia/State_95_2/Canada_British_Columbia_road_map_travel_guides.html

  • Fire Bans and Restrictions:Link

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