|Peak Summited||2022 Ontario Peak|
|Type of Hike||Day hike|
|Trailhead||Icehouse Canyon Trail|
|Hiking Companions||Hiked with a partner|
|Road Conditions||Road suitable for all vehicles|
|Bug Status||No bugs|
|Snow Conditions||Trail snow-covered at times - Gear and expertise recommended|
|Trail Conditions||Minor obstacles posing few problems|
STOP, grab your poles and listen, micro spikes are not the best invention, CRAMPONS will work just nicely, grip that snow and ice so tightly, KEEPING YOU from falling down, reaching the top and looking down, on a NICE VIEW, to take some pictures, gather your things and make haste down the mountain reach the end and feel like a champion!
Well now since that’s out of the way, this hike was no joke! Definitely not for the first timers or those with very little hiking experience. It’s rough and you’ll definitely put in the work to reach the end.
We started around 7:30am and ended at 5:30pm. Took some breaks, had an “accident” on my end which resulted in a fractured Tibula and Broken foot, but I still finished and made it back to the start. #maybenotthebestidea
Anywho, we passed many people who only hiked to Icehouse Saddle and turned back, but once we reached the peak, we only passed one person.
this one was hard, but…..
3/6 hikes completed! ?