In August 2018, two friends and I drove up the Hurley River FSR in bad weather to access Opal Lake and north side of the Tenquille massif.
We made camp after a short hike in and climbed the north ridge of Tenquille, reaching the summit of Tenquille and Goat easily. We descended the same ridge back to camp.
The ridge never exceeded easy class 3 scrambling and was very safe even in the wet conditions. The mist and rolling clouds were beautiful and gave the ridge a bit more of a remote feeling.
The following morning, the weather had deteriorated and we retreated back home. A great trip into a quiet, beautiful, and easily accessed area.