Mount Terry Fox is found just north of Valemount in Mount Terry Fox Provincial Park.
The standard route initially follows 17 switchbacks up to a pine-covered ridge top, then follows a series of cairns and a well-trodden path to a radio tower. From there the summit is a further two kilometres to the east and the monument is 2.5 kilometres to the north. There is also a connecting route between the two.
A small alpine lake just beyond the radio tower is the only source of water up to that point.
Named after the iconic Canadian hero, Mount Terry Fox offers a challenge for seasoned hikers.
It is rough and steep in sections.
Travel east on Highway 16 East for 273 km to the Highway 5 junction (past Tete Jaune Cache). Take the Highway 5 turn-off and travel south till you see the Mount Terry Fox viewpoint pullout. Continue past the Terry Fox viewpoint till you cross the C.N. railway tracks and bear left. Proceed past the gravel pit and water spout. Take the second right to a gravel pit. A sign marks the trail head.