The climb up Mountain Goat trail from the south parking lot is nice and steep; moderately technical and feels very "alpine" with a lot of exposed granite.
|Looking south toward Okanagan Lake and Penticton at sunrise; about 15 minutes below Divide Lake.|
|CN/Boulder trail on the north side of the mountain; Peachland across the lake.|
|Looking back (north) up Wild Horse Canyon.|
Immediately after that pass where the bear was the trail opens up into a large basin (SW section of the mountain). The trail can be tough to follow in a couple spots through here and it's very slow going for the last eight or nine miles. If you're into brush hiking it might be fun, but it tired me out...if the trail could get some maintenance it would be a great loop!
My Garmin had it at 26.18 miles (not sure where the last segment went).