Length: 2.0 km
Condition: Steep climbers route. Cleared with chainsaw 2008, 2013 (to 900 m ASL). There are steep sections of trail with unsure footing.
General Route: The east ridge of Sigurd Peak.
History: Named for Rose Tatlow. The name Station Rose was first ascribed to Sigurd Peak on a 1964 map of the Tantalus Range by Neal Carter.
How to Find: From Sigurd Trail near 650 meters at a marked and signed junction. The trail may be difficult to follow under snow.
Description: Originally marked and cleared by BCMC member Sev Heiberg, the trail is now maintained periodically by BC Mountaineering Club and North Shore Hikers volunteers. The trail follows terrain features without benefit of switchbacks. Rose Trail provides access to the east ridge of Sigurd Peak (Station Rose). It climbs steeply through a mix of closed and open timber to near the ridgeline then traverses on the south side of the ridge to a col. From there the marked route pretty much ends. Continue on the east ridge to the summit.
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