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CMTR / / 2023 Buckin' Hell 35k

Mount Seymour

With almost 1700 meters / 5500 feet of climbing and descent through the rough and rugged North Shore Mountains of British Columbia, Buckin’ Hell earns its name, and reputation.

Trail Running Difficult

34 km
1.9 km
1.9 km
7-8 hrs
Low Point
72 m
High Point
1.4 km
CMTR / / 2023 Buckin' Hell 35k Map

This is a popular trail running route which is generally considered to be difficult. It's remote, it features medium exposure and is typically done in undefined. From a low point of 72 m to the maximum altitude of 1.4 km, the route covers 34 km, 1926 vertical metres of ascent and 1927 vertical metres of descent.


Buckin' Hell is an absolute showcase of some of the best trails and vantage points that Vancouver's North Shore has to offer.

This is the new route for the 2022 Buckin' Hell 35k race in July.



Medium Exposure

2 out of 4

The trail contains some obstacles such as outcroppings and rock which could cause injury.


2 out of 4

Away from help but easily accessed.

Best time to visit

in undefined

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