“Nublet View” was taken in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada. Featured in the photograph is Mount Assiniboine from the Numblet trail lookout. The view from this lookout is the best possible for capturing the park’s beauty and is one of the best in British Columbia.
How to get to the Nublet View?
You will first reach the Niblet and then the nublet after the ridgeline on this trail. Both spots will provide a stunning view of Sunburst and Cerulean Lakes, Sunburst Peak, and Mount Assiniboine. If you feel like going further to lengthen your adventure, you can keep going to the peak (Nub Peak). Going to the peak will take 2-3 hours over 6.4 km. Nub Peak is the highest point on this trail at roughly 600 meters of elevation gain from Lake Mogog. The best to hike to the Nublet View is from May to October.
Hiking Mount Assiniboine
Peaking Mount Assiniboine is for advanced hikers and be very dangerous. The hike takes several days, and expert guides are available for the trip. There are different routes you can take to the summit. However, the most popular route on this 3,618 m tall mountain is up the north ridge. This trail will take you via a sequence of valleys and climb up a rock band before reaching the ridge. After the ridge, you will climb a fifth-class rock for several hundred feet to the summit. You will see an incredible view of Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park from the summit.