Approximately 160 KM (99.6 miles) from Penticton, British Columbia. Hiking time round trip- 4.5 to 5.0 hrs. Round trip roughly 8 KM (5.0 miles), elevation gain-732M (2394 feet). Best time is usually June to September.
Directions: From Penticton drive north on Highway 97 to Enderby. In Enderby turn right from Highway 97 onto Mabel Lake Road heading east. The intersection of Mabel Lake Road and Highway 97 has traffic lights. Drive roughly 2 kilometers (1.24 miles) on Mabel Lake Road and turn left onto Brash Allen Road. Drive north on Brash Allen Road which goes by the Enderby Cliffs. Look for a parking lot on the left from which the trailhead starts. The trail starts as a corridor passing though private land on both sides and then heads up the mountain. The cliffs are left over from an ancient volcano. This is evident from the lava like appearance of the large boulders on the way up and the rocks at the top of the cliffs. It is a steep but very scenic trail with the views getting better the higher one climbs. Be careful to stay on the trail near the top and away from the edge. It is high and the drop off from the trail is nearly straight down in some areas.
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Enderby Cliffs 2010/08