Like Longworth Lookout, spectacular views can be had of the Fraser Valley, the Cariboo Mountains to the south and the Rockies to the north and east. The trail is steep in sections with an elevation gain of 1300 m and no sources of water along the way. Hikers should be in good shape and well equipped to hike this trail.
The terrain is very steep with some brushy sections on the trail. Note that there is no water source along the trail, so bring sufficient water with you.
From Prince George, take Highway 16 East for 18 km and turn left onto Upper Fraser Rd. Continue on Upper Fraser Rd. for 60 km. You will come to a fork in the road, stay left and cross the bridge. Once across the bridge, turn right on to Church Forest Service Rd. Church Forest Service Rd turns slightly left and becomes Longworth Rd. Stay on this road all they way to Longworth. The name of this road will change along way, becoming McGregor Rd, then Upper Fraser Rd. then back to Longworth Rd. Continue past Longworth watching for a left turn onto the Fraser Flats FSR, following the Fraser Flats Rd you will drive through the open gate (hopefully) then across the railway tracks. Continue for approx. 300m where you will come to a pullout/wide spot for parking (on the right side of the road) with the trailhead across the road marked by a small yellow hiker sign nailed to a tree directly to the right of the start of the route.