Located on Yale, this dome of rock although steep, it does have a rough track up it. We crossed the highway and walk east to a large boulder where the trail begins.
On many places along the trail we had fine views of the little town and the Fraser Canyon with its road and two railway tracks, one on either side of the river.
50 minutes later we reached a steep rock and the first rope (three in total).
Two hours later, 2.5 km and 580 m (1900 ft) elevation gain we reached the summit. There are remains of a television relay station for the town below.
On the top, besides admiring the view I was remembering the stories when Yale was a busy river port during the gold fever of 1859
As you can see Baby was having a good time, this time he was more tired than usual.
More views of the mountains across the river.
There are varieties of mosses and low shrubs, we saw a little mice, one snake and ravens flying around us