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Boulder located up on the saddle of Mt. Baldy. A little mountain well know for its lack of trees, between Rutland and Glenmore. Nice 360 view of kelowna from the boulder. This boulder has some unique rock formations providing finger sized pockets about its surface. The location of this boulder grants a moderately sketchy sloped landing.


Park at the end of Mt Baldy drive at the gate. There are multiple trails that lead up to the saddle. For the most direct route; Follow the main trail past the gate, along a few small wooden bridges for 150M, where you will reach a fork. Keep left and follow this trail for another 90M until you reach the next fork. Take the right hand trail, that heads up and toward the spine of Mt Baldy. 550M later you will arrive at the Boulder.


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Mt Baldy and its hiking trails are private property that are dedicated to being a protected environmental reserve, which will eventually be classified as park land.


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