Once past this waterfall the road deteriorates into boulder climbing as one experiences an example of what happens when a logging road is not decommissioned properly. The road becomes a new stream bed and all fine material are washed away leaving just the boulders. One continues on this road until the trail veers off into new growth forest in which one can find remnants of previous logging operations. One shortly reaches a small lake below the peak. From here it is a short hike up the ridge to Mt St Benidict.
To reach the trail head drive east on the Lougheed Highway past Mission. Turn left on Sylvester Road staying the course as it changes into a gravel road. Follow for 18.5 kilometers until Murdo Creek is crossed. There is a lot of parking on the north west side of the bridge. To find the trail walk back across the bridge and the trail can be seen on the left.