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    Mount Gardner Hike Map - The Classic

    Looking to hike Mount Gardner? This Mount Gardner hike guide and map provide all the information you need to make it to the stunning views of the Sunshine Coast, Vancouver and Howe Sound.


    If you’re looking for an outstanding day trip from Vancouver complete with hiking opportunities that offer stunning views of Howe Sound, Sunshine Coast, West Vancouver, Downtown Vancouver, UBC, Burrard Inlet and Mount Baker, then a hike up Mount Gardner on Bowen Island is a must.


    Did you know that Mount Gardner has over 21 kilometres of hiking trails?


    The Mount Gardner featured route “The Classic” is a popular hike to the north summit.


     This PDF guide includes:

    detailed map of “The Classic” hike on Mount Gardner including trail segment distances.

    An elevation profile for the hike

    Hike statistics including:

    • Distance
    • Difficulty
    • Estimated time needed
    • Trailhead
    • Elevation gain
    • Elevation lost
    • The highest point
    • Maximum uphill slope
    • Maximum downhill slope
    • Average uphill slope
    • Average downhill slope
    • A link to the route in Google Maps

    Bonus Map!

    The PDF also contains a bonus map with trailhead information and instructions for walking, driving or taking public transit to the trailhead for this hike.

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