... as in, Lynn Crest Trail.
PAW and I both had this in mind for 20+ years. Very satisfying to complete a fun little romp around the backyard. We went clockwise, from tidewater.
We carried a 60m, 6mm line and a meager ration of tat and gear: Turns out it wasn't required, thanks in part to the kind soul who fixed ropes north of Crown. The exit move from the final rope is memorable. Thanks also to the goats for their useful trails.
There's a good 360 image here
showing almost all of the fun stuff.
We were 48.5 hrs car to car (we had two *extended rests* en route) but the total travel time was 26hr 30min, including the usual short snack breaks. Our GPS stats don't match up (my phone was often in my backpack, Gaia likely underestimates) so take your pick:
GAIA: 53.1 Km, 4,001 m gain/loss.
STRAVA: 57.5 Km, 5,324 m gain/loss.
Full disclosure: We dropped down to Lynn Lake for rest/water, and rejoined the crest route via "Cache creek" to the west ridge of Burwell... which was fast and recommended, but we did bypass a minor part of the true crest route.
There was some bush, and a B3 rating seems fair based on established criteria such as "vegetation may assist progress at times" and "the trail becomes difficult to follow."
Overall difficulty: TD+ with one move of PG13.