Panorama Ridge

British Columbia, Canada
  • 12 Hours / 30 KM
  • Out and back
  • Hard
The amazing view from Panorama Ridge, looking down onto Garibaldi Lake and the surrounding mountains. © Karl Woll

Introduction to Panorama Ridge

The peak of Panorama Ridge sits at 2133m and provides breathtaking views of Mt. Price, Mt. Garibaldi, Black Tusk, The Table and Garibaldi Lake (among a myriad of other mountains). It is easy to see where its name is derived. If you want to push yourself, you can do this in one day. Otherwise, it is possible to camp at the beautiful Garibaldi Lake or Taylor Meadows campgrounds and make it a two-day hike.

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Garibaldi Provincial Park receives a lot of snow in the winter. The snow will persist into the early summer near the lake and into the late summer up along Panorama Ridge. Late summer is the best time of year for this hike, and particularly in early August when the wildflowers are in full bloom.

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Vancouver, Canada

Karl Woll, born and raised in Vancouver, has been passionately exploring the area’s mountains over the last decade. Beyond hiking, Karl fulfills his desire to be outdoors by kayaking, scuba diving, snowboarding, and most frequently, trail running.

What kind of hike?
Ascend and descend
  • 1563 m
  • 1563 m
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Starting Point
Rubble Creek Road Parking Lot, Squamish
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