This is a gentle hike with two different routes to the falls. The longer trail follows the Fraser River and gives way to several beautiful views of the canyon below. You’ll also discover the historic Hogan’s Cabin along this trail. This hike is a perfect short hike if you’re exploring Mt. Robson and you’ve already done Kinney Lake. On the longer trail there are some narrow sections that drop off steeply and would not be good for someone with a severe fear of heights. The mosquitoes are bad during the summertime – but nothing a little mosquito spray or net shirt can’t handle!
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More Stats for Overlander Falls Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change-209 ft
Altitude min2,690 ft
Altitude start2,900 ft
Altitude end2,690 ft
Distance climb3,622 ft
Distance down5,162 ft
Distance flat539 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
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