The hike itself is fairly easy to find your way. The trails are well marked with Alouette Mountain signs. You will park by The Incline Trail (there is more parking at Mike Lake...there is also a pit toilet here.) If you park near The Incline Trail there’s limited parking. The trail head starts here to your right.
Follow the steep trail up until you reach a road and go right and after a switchback go left. Take the signpost trail to the right uphill through second growth forest. You will come to a road and turn right, stay on the road for a brief time and then to the right. Soon you will enter an old growth forest and you will come to a road and turn right. There is a beautiful viewpoint with a picnic table. Go up the road and past a helicopter landing pad and go left on a trail (it has a big arrow made of rocks).
The trail gets steeper and steeper but nothing un-comfortable. You will pass a couple of meadows & lakes and your last grunt and you are at two big rocks that you must climb. It is not scary. You can go up the side with some small trees to assist or if you have good balance there are some grips to walk on perhaps a little scrambling. I would love to see some chains here to assist you up...Finally you are at the top of a rocky outcrop. There are many different views and I hope you did not choose a cloudy day so you can soak in the beauty. Happy & safe trails.