An Anvil Island trail that starts at the Daybreak Point Bible Camp.
||10.0 km (return)
||Linear - Return
Take a boat, canoe or water taxi, typically from Porteau or Horseshoe Bay, to Anvil Island. Water taxis are easiest to arrange from Horseshoe Bay, and a group of 12 typically gives the best rate per person for water taxi rides.
The Bible camp custodian has been known to charge a flat rate of $25 to allow groups to use the dock and cross the camp property.
From the Bible camp, cross a playing field and pick up the trail beyond. Climb up the steep trail, with several rocky sections requiring minor scrambling and occasional use of hands for balance. The first real viewpoint reached is the "White Spot", a rocky bluff with a large painted dot of the eponymous colour. From here, the trail grade eases as you cross the summit plateau past a couple of small lakes and descend to a saddle below the final peak. The trail skirts around the summit horn on the west side through a narrow canyon, then climbs the summit's NW ridge, involving some scrambling up rock ledges with trees, roots and a couple of fixed ropes for handholds.
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