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Standard Route up Mt Moriarty:
    I have made up a "Topo/Image Map", with the approx. location of the route to the summit of Mt Moriarty

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Panorama of Labour Day Lake Melissa signing the register Loggers having a Blast!! Summit not too far from here Looking North East Now hiking up the main trail Nice view of Moriarty's meadows Break at the big rock Heading back into the timber A small Tarn in the distance Meadows of Heather Alpine forest Happy Hiker Now joined up with main trail Gaining access to main ridge Views of another ridge south of us Looking down on some hikers coming up the main trail Melissa hiking up a steep creek draw First views up high Looking for a way up Passing along side the bottom of the first cliff band instead of following main trail we choose a flagged route instead Turn left at the big blouder to get on trail leading to summit Labour Day Lake Bridge built by the 6-Pack Crew Trail to lake Wooden bridge Park here
How to get there??     The drive to the trailhead of Mt Moriarty/Labour Day Lake will take anywhere from 40 to 60 minutes. Leaving from Port Alberni head east up Hwy 4# to "Summit Main" Mt Arrowsmith Ski hill road. Turn right of the Hwy 4# drive to the end of this road, turn left and head up the Cameron Main line for 10km stay left and head up the Lake Main rd. For about 7km then turn left again (if you drive over Cameron river turn around and turn right) and stay on this road until it switchbacks. Park here and look for a trail head on the right side of road. The main trail is well marked and clear of bush, allow 3 to 5hrs for a return trip. Cheers: Quagger