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Campground Comments and Reviews:

  • Stay-left scree windy panorama
  • I hiked Black Rock in 1977 and will do it one more time.
  • According to Alberta Environment and Parks, driving through waterways can be punishable through a range of fines under the Public Lands Act, anywhere from $250 to $25,000 if someone is intentionally driving through sensitive aquatic habitat, particularly if fish are spawning.
  • People should know that as of July 2016, the river does not permit driving to the trailhead. You can park at the bottom of the hill, then either do several river crossings en route to the trailhead, or bushwhack up and down on faint trails on the hillside till you reach it. Hopefully the water subsides, as the river was pretty strong and thigh-high in spots.
  • Access is a bit of an issue however the hike is awesome.

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