KHC Track files

These are the track files currently uploaded to the website:

  • Adams River
  • Baileys Chute
  • Barnes Lake (outer loop)
  • Barren Hills – Lower Trailhead
  • Barren Hills – Upper Trailhead
  • Batchelor Hills – Middle Trailhead
  • Batchelor Ridge
  • Battle Bluff
  • Berg Lake
  • Botanie Mountain
  • Brookmere – Brodie Loop
  • Bushwhacker Trail
  • Chain Lakes Trail
  • Chalforchie Loop (Orchard Creek Trails)
  • Cirque of Tarns
  • Cocobonk Loop
  • Deep Lake Loop
  • Deep Lake Extended Loop
  • Dunn Peak
  • Eagle Pass Mountain
  • East Trophy Ridges
  • Elfin Lakes
  • Embleton Mountain
  • Estekwalan Mountain
  • Falls Lake Trail
  • Flatiron Peak
  • Frederick Bluffs
  • Gattling Gorge
  • Grasslands Community Trail
  • Gus Johnson Trail
  • Healey Pass
  • Helmcken Rim Trail
  • Herald Trails
  • Iago Mountain
  • Isobel Lake
  • Joss Peak
  • July Mountain
  • Kamloops Climb
  • Lac le Jeune Lookout
  • Little Douglas Lake
  • Lyons Lake
  • Mad Dog Mountain
  • Majerus Falls
  • Mara Canyon (to the summit)
  • Mara Trail
  • McConnell Hill Loop
  • McConnell Lake
  • Monck Park Trails
  • Mount Baldy Viewpoint
  • Mount Bowman
  • Mount Buse
  • Mount Ida
  • Napier Ranch Preserve
  • North Batchelor Ridge
  • Porcupine Creek trail
  • Rivers Trail West
  • Roche Lakes Loop
  • Rockface Mountain
  • Roderick Haig Brown Trails
  • Rose Swanson trails
  • Savona to Juniper Beach route
  • Scotch Creek Lookout
  • Shorts Creek Canyon
  • Skmana Road Access
  • Skoatl Point
  • Tranquille River
  • Tod Mountain Loop
  • Trophy Mountains Traverse
  • Tsintsunko Lake Trail
  • Upper Flumes Trail
  • Valleyview to Cooney BAy route
  • Watching Creek
  • White Horse Bluff
  • White Lake Lookout
  • Zoa Peak
  • Zupjok Peak

There are many more to come.   You can see the tracks/maps on the individual location/trails pages (link).   Downloads are not available, but we can send track files to hike leaders or co-leaders on request.   We do not provide tracks to non-members.

Some tracks are recorded with a GPS and some are created using internet maps, and some are available from other websites.    A track is just a tool/guide and should not be used as the final word for a given route.   Hikers have to use additional navigation skills, their own experience, and lots of common sense.