The Centennial Ridges Trail is a hike that is on my wish list of hikes I would love to do. It sounds like a beautiful hike to me.
The trail is located at km 37.6 from the West entrance of the park and is 10 kilometers long. The hike is strenuous and together with the hot weather I had... hahaha, and to be honest, also my bad condition.... have stopped me from doing this hike this time around.
But next time I am going to hike it for sure! It is a demanding loop but it has some spectacular viewing along two high ridges. This is a demanding 6 mile (10 km) loop, that offers great views along two high ridges.
Requires most of a day, and will take you up and down rolling hills. [At 37.6 km along Highway 60]
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