SOUTH PURCELL MOUNTAINS – Access from West


ROAD ACCESS – Western Purcells

DUNCAN FSR
Howser Creek FSR
◊ Western Pucells & Four Squatters
J Four Squatters

Glacier Creek FSR
Peaks Between Glacier & Hamill Cks
K Emperor Pk & Archduke Mt
◊ MacBeth Group
MacBeth Icefield Trail
Traverse MacBeth Icefield
HM Mts Banquo, Fleance & MacDuff
K Mt Simpson
North Fork Glacier Creek
◊ Eyebrow & Birthday Pks
◊K Mt Gansner
Monica Meadows Trail
K,HM Mt Monica
◊ Egyptian Peaks (Isis, Storus, Amen-Ra, Atmu, Osiris)
K Mts Storus & Isis
K Mts Amen-Ra & Mt Atmu
K Mt Horus 
◊ Glacier Dome
South Fork Glacier Creek
Jumbo Pass Trail & Mt Anubis
K Bastille Mt & Peaks South of Jumbo Pass
◊ Blockhead Mt
◊ Truce Group (Earl Grey, Redtop, Blockhead, Cauldron, Truce, Horseshoe, Ocher)
K Redtop Mt
K Ocher Peak

ARGENTA ROAD  
Earl Grey Pass Trail
Kootenay Joe Ridge & Fry Creek Canyon

◊ Pioneer Peaks (Winter, Beguin)
K Mt Willet
Lake Bonney Gem & Mt McLeod
◊ Leaning Towers Group (Wall, Block, Hall, Tyrell, Loki)
K Mt Tyrrell

KOOTENAY LAKE EAST FSR
Campbell Creek FSR
Clute Lake & Leviathan Lake trails
K Peaks North of Campbell Creek
Powder Creek FSR
K Mt Kaslo, Powderkeg, Devil’s Horn – N of Powder Creek
K Mt Hodr
K Mt Baldr
Portman FSR
T Mt Loki
Tam O’Shanter Ck Rd
T Sardine Mt
T Bluebell Mt
Waterline Trail

CRAWFORD CK FSR
Plaid Lake Trail
Plaid Lake History
K UN 7650 – A Plaid Lake Peak
◊ Mt Crawford
◊ Old Tom Mt
Pilot Peninsula & Tipi Camp

GRAY CREEK FSR
◊ Mt Hooker
K Sphinx
◊ Unamed Grey Ck Pass
K Burdett Pk
◊ Snowcrest Mt

ST MARY RIVER FSR / DEWAR CREEK FSR
St Mary Alpine PP – A Traverse (Mt St Mary, Mt Nowitka, Bleak Lake, Mortar Lake)
Peaks Around Mt St Mary’s Alpine PP 
K Mt Manson
K Mt Patrick

Lockhart Creek PP and Trail

AKOKLI CREEK FSR
T Mt Davie
Baker Lake Trail & Mt Akokli

SANCA CREEK FSR
SM,K Sherman Lake & Mt Sherman
K UN 2492
K Mt Skelly
K Mt Craig
◊ Haystack Pk & Mt Goodwin

KAYAKING KOOTENAY LAKE

GOAT RIVER FSR
K Mt Armitage

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I would like to think of myself as a full time traveler. I have been retired since 2006 and in that time have traveled every winter for four to seven months. The months that I am "home", are often also spent on the road, hiking or kayaking. I hope to present a website that describes my travel along with my hiking and sea kayaking experiences.
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