3,960 ft / 1,207 m


558 ft / 170 m


83 summits

Top climbing months

August   21%

June   13%

September  11%

Most climbed route

From Colvin

"We set out early (leaving home at 5h00am and arriving at 7h00am) to do both Mount Colvin and Blake Peak. Upon walking on Lake road, we realized that this would be the last time we would use this Trailhead since we have done all the peaks that start from it. The ascension of Colvin was tough. There was a lot of mud and slippery rock. There was a point were we also miss a marker (an arrow painted on a rock). We took a left instead of a right. After 5 minutes we realized that we were not on a trail. We went back and finally noticed the "Arrow" on the rock. On the summit of Colvin we met a lot" - CPaquin, Aug 23, 2018
"Late fall conditions. Very muddy with thin ice covering steep pitches. Microspikes were the best option for traction but far from ideal. Some groups were using straps and ropes on the steep parts." - decentdiversions, Nov 5, 2017
"Solo. Started out from St Hubert's parking area around 0730, & summited Colvin first. Coming off of Colvin, due to heavy rains the previous night, I was faced with deep sticky mud, and soaking wet rock faces with limited hand holds in many places. On the ascent of Blake, a lot of the trusty root hand-holds had been broken off, limiting me to scrambling to grab scrub brush to get up, and really exhausting me. I had one nice view looking back at Colvin, but ultimately spent a few minutes at the summit submerged in the forest near the trail junction sign. Not my favorite climb. The mud was horren" - kellieirene, Aug 22, 2016
"My wife and I climbed this one on a beautiful warm sunny day along with Blake. Wend up via the Gill Brook trail to the split with Nippletop then up to Colvin into the col and up Blake. A 9 hour hike, great work out, views were great. Hike was real interesting and at times demanding." - hbotc, Aug 20, 2016
"The trip from Colvin is a short one, but the trail does indeed get steep. We were glad of our February decision to not go for Blake. This time with the slight rain it still made the climb interesting. There are no ideal views from Blake, and it was quite an uneventful peak. But perhaps with good weather, you would see a few more sights in the breaks between the trees. " - Kazmuglin, Jun 11, 2016



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