Thank you for your patience while we retrieve your images.

We parked near an obvious road running into the trees along hwy 40 - there was a 4x4 truck parked along this road about 200m into the trees.A clearcut with the power line right-of-way obvious at left, which we grunted up on a faint track.The cutline is quite overgrown in places so when we spotted a good trail to our left heading up in the forest next to it, we took it!On the good trail in the forest - not much undergrowth.We gained height quickly and due to a higher starting point than many of the peaks in the area, we quickly got higher than a bunch of them.Following an obvious road up the ridge, looking south (L) and ahead (R).Continuing up the road, past the repeater station that Bob mentions.The road is a quick way to gain height.Great views towards Crowsnest Mountain from the south end of the ridge already. Ready to leave the road and hike up the ridge (R).We're off the main road and continuing along the ridge, this is looking back over the repeater station at the far south end of the ridge.Still a faint track as we hike under the crest of the ridge on the east side, looking towards Center and Caudron peaks in the far distance.Before we run into too many cliffs above us, we take a 90 degree turn uphill to the left and gain the actual ridge crest.Looking back along the south end of McGillivray towards the town of Coleman as we gain the ridge crest.Great scenery as we continue up the ridge - Ma Butte showing up at left now.Looking back again - Saskatoon Mountain and Wedge Mountain at center. We're already much higher than either of those two minor summits.Hiking along the south ridge of McGillivray - the summit now visible in the distance and Ma Butte at left. The terrain from here to just under the summit is slow going and wouldn't be fun if wet or icHiking to the summit of McGillivray Ridge.Summit panorama looking back along the ridge (L) and towards Ma Butte (R) with Wedge Mountain in between and Crowsnest Mountain in the distance.