Alice Lake Provincial Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"There’s a family of four lakes in Alice Lake Provincial Park. This hike links them all and also stops at the debris-clogged banks of the Cheekye River. After you’ve made the quick, easy 6.4-kilometer (4.0-mile) circuit, you can swim on sandy beaches, kayak Alice Lake, fish for cutthroat or rainbow trout, or settle into the provincial park campground. It’s a summer playground that’s a favorite for families.
Alice Lake became a provincial park in 1956, but locals loved it long before. Amid the intense outdoor activities that tend to define Squamish (like rock climbing on the face of the Stawamus Chief or mountain biking through forest trails), Alice Lake is a comparatively tranquil spot. Families huddle around campfires roasting marshmallows, kids swim out to lake rafts, Canada geese herd their goslings in the picnic area, and anglers in hip waders fi sh for trout."