Teetering Rock

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Teetering Rock

May 26 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


This trail is named after a large rock, “teetering” on top of the mountain.

23 KM Round trip 

5 Difficult – Experience in hiking recommended. 

What’s included?

  • Guided Day Hike
  • 2 Experienced Guides
  • Bear Spray Mini Course
  • Peak Wyld Co Sticker
  • Plant Identification
  • Proper Fossil Handling
  • Visitor Centre Visit – Check out the local handmade crafts. 
  • $5 from every booking will go towards the Northern Rockies Trail Society
  • First aid kit, emergency supplies, and a communication device will be carried by guides. It’s a great practice to carry your own emergency supplies

Packing List:

  • 20-30L Daypack
  • Trekking poles
  • Sturdy hiking footwear
  • Hiking shirt – long sleeves help with sun protection
  • Hiking shorts or pants
  • Rain gear – waterproof
  • Snacks
  • Water – Bladder & Water bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Lip Balm
  • Headlamp – Extra batteries
  • First aid kit
  • Matches
  • Fire starter
  • Emergency shelter – Emergency blanket
  • Bug spray
  • Multi-tool/knife
  • Change of clothes waiting for you in the car.
  • Toilet paper

Extra clothing is one of the 10 essentials. Weather can change quickly, and you may be out longer than planned. In every season, be prepared with additional waterproof layers, fleece jacket or warm layers, extra socks, gloves and toque and buff. If you would like to check out our packing lists for trips head on over to the blog page and have a look. 


  • Rain cover for daypack.
  • Gaiters
  • Bear spray

This trail was just maintained by Rec Site & Trails and the Northern Rockies Trails Society! It was over grown for quite a few years making it very difficult to complete and now is good as new! 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do we meet? 

Fort Nelson Visitor Centre – 7:00 AM 

Address: 5500 Alaska Hwy, Fort Nelson, BC V0C 1R0

Are dogs allowed?

No, only guides are allowed to have their dogs on the trail.

Is it women only? 

No, everyone is welcome! 

Is it beginner-friendly? 

No, must have hiking experience to join the hike. Note, this trail is rated moderate and challenging due to its distance.

Can your child join in on the fun?

Yes, we love having the whole family out. Minimum age limit is 16. 

How did we get to the location?

We will carpool to the trailhead. 

What is the cancellation policy?

Refund Policy – Due to the nature of outdoor adventures and that we have many upfront costs, all-day adventures are non-refundable. We can issue a credit for the full amount that guests can use for a future adventure with cancellations a week in advance from the date of the trip. We do everything to the best of our abilities to provide an amazing experience however due to weather & safety restrictions we may, at times, not be able to reach the summit or desired view with the group. 

If you cancel last minute 0-7 days you will NOT be issued a credit to a future event. Please give as much notice as you can, as spots are limited on each trip. 

Should I tip my guide? 

Tips are not expected but are certainly appreciated. If you think your rad guide did an exceptional job and would like to indicate that with a tip, it will be graciously accepted with cash or e-transfer at the end of your tour. 

Where can I go to the bathroom? 

There are plenty of places to stop and go to the bathroom. Steam boat has a washroom and so does the trailhead at Teetering Rock. 

Is Peak Wyld Co responsible for your vehicle to the trailhead? 

No, the participant is responsible for the drive to the trailhead. Peak Wyld Co is not responsible for any damages done to vehicle while driving or parked at the trailhead. 


May 26
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Event Category:


Jocelyn McDonald


Private: Tetsa River, BC