The time had come for me to get on this popular trail. It's long- it drags on at times, but the ridge and summit trail are a lot of fun. I enjoyed a change of views from my usual North Shore or Squamish favourites.
there is very little water- many people were heading up to camp at Panorama Ridge. There is a trickle of water about a 10 min walk past the shelter but it's not a great source. The outhouse is also full to overflowing. Alder was ok for water if you walk back to the creek.
Won't rush back to this hike, but it felt good to finally tick it off in 103 Hikes!