Buse Hill is found within Buse Lake Protected Area. North-facing cliffs offer fine views for hikers.
Drive east on the Trans Canada Highway, then turn right at Dallas Drive, then turn onto Barnhartvale Road and follow it southeast for 7.7 km. Turn right onto the signed Robbins Range Road. At a junction ahead, turn left, staying on the Robbins Range Road. Follow this dirt-gravel road for 5.3 km. Park at the bottom of the double track heading up the hill on your left.
- The trail starts as a double track going up the grassland slope bearing north.
- There is no sign for the trail. It is at N50 35.973 W120 02.230.
- Follow the double track up the slopes until it braids into single tracks. They all lead to viewpoints.
- The Buse pinnacle is found to the far left.
- The one way hike is 1.5 km. If you traverse over to the pinnacle, a round trip of about 3.5 km is possible.
- Be careful at the edge of the 200m high cliffs.
- Return by the same route.
- The trail can also be done in winter.