Hundred Lakes Plateau

Pemberton, British Columbia

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This is the northern section of Western Canada Wilderness Committee’s (WCWC) 22 km (14 mi) Elaho to Meager Hiking Trail in the proposed Stoltmann National Park. The drive crosses the wild volcanic landscape of Meager Creek and the trail takes you into a gorgeous subalpine area. Your eastern skyline is the Pemberton Icefield. Make sure, however, that your navigation skills are up to par. The trail is marked, but this plateau is a natural maze of ponds, hillocks, creeks, timber patches, heather meadows and granite outcrops.

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"This is the northern section of Western Canada Wilderness Committee’s (WCWC) 22 km (14 mi) Elaho to Meager Hiking Trail in the proposed Stoltmann National Park. The drive crosses the wild volcanic landscape of Meager Creek and the trail takes you into a gorgeous subalpine area.

Your eastern skyline is the Pemberton Icefield. Make sure, however, that your navigation skills are up to par. The trail is marked, but this plateau is a natural maze of ponds, hillocks, creeks, timber patches, heather meadows and granite outcrops."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Pemberton
Distance: 6.2
Elevation Gain: 2,440 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: 7 hours
Season: Best July to September
Local Maps: 92J/05 Clendenning Creek, 92J/12 Mount Dalgleish, WCWC Elaho-Meager Trail
Driving Directions: Directions to Hundred Lakes Plateau

Recent Trail Reviews

7/10/2009
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We couldn't find the trail. A landslide had blocked the last portion of driveable road so we hiked over it to where the trail should start. However it has not been maintained and was so high and thick with alders that we couldn't see any orange markers or have any idea which way to go when the meager road ended at a wall of trees.



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May 2018