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Mnt Adder North Face:
    Here is a "Topo/Image Map", with approx. route we took. Hike up a deactivated logging road. 100m before the roads end head north hike slash for a short distance then up steep timber for 300m to gain the ridge top. Head east over to a small tarn and then up to the base of a dark cliff hike east around the base before climbing up a wide gulley to reach the meadows above the cliff. Once on top there is a couple of small tarns and from here you can choose various ways to reach the summit. With the snow conditions at the time we were able to climb straight across the meadows and up North face without any difficulties or avalanche dangers

Click - 'Small Yellow star with black dot' to view photo from that approx. location, Click Green triangle to view panorama. Some route finding is required to gain access to upper areas. Marked trail to middle lake only, after that your on you're own.

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How to get there??     From Port Alberni, drive west for 43 kms and take the first road on the left once you pass over Sutton Pass. Not sure if the old road sign is still there but it called MC10 turn left up this road beware it is narrow and bushy so if you don't own a 4x4 or you're worried about scratching the paint you better park here and walk the 2km up the road and hike another kilometre before heading up into the bush.

I hope that you enjoyed viewing the Image Map of the Route Up Mnt Adder Cheers: Quagger