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Teetering Rock Trail

Teetering Rock is a rugged steep hike to view Teetering Rock, north of Fort Nelson. This route (23 km round trip) is difficult with many steep sections and is a long day hike or an overnight trip. Impressive views of the surrounding countryside, including Steamboat Mountain, make this trail worth the effort. Hikers need to bring water, as there are no clean sources on this hike. There is a campsite, pit toilet, table, and fire pit on the trail. The trail head is 95 km north west  of Fort Nelson, and is marked by a blue hiking sign. Check with the Visitor Center for up-to-date conditions.