Four Lakes Trail

Squamish, British Columbia

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As in other areas administered by B.C. Parks, Alice Lake Provincial Park has a well-developed system of hiking trails. There are short ones like those round Alice Lake and Stump Lake and the longer Four Lakes Trail, which includes the paths already mentioned and adds to them the connecting links of a circuit involving Fawn Lake and Edith Lake, even though the latter is not, strictly speaking, in the park.

Four Lakes Trail Professional Review and Guide

"As in other areas administered by B.C. Parks, Alice Lake Provincial Park has a well-developed system of hiking trails. There are short ones like those round Alice Lake and Stump Lake and the longer Four Lakes Trail, which includes the paths already mentioned and adds to them the connecting links of a circuit involving Fawn Lake and Edith Lake, even though the latter is not, strictly speaking, in the park."

Activity Type: Walking
Nearby City: Squamish
Distance: 3.7
Trail Type: Several options
Duration: 2 hours
Season: Best April to November
Local Contacts: Alice Lake Provincial Park
Driving Directions: Directions to Four Lakes Trail

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8/5/2009
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Four Lakes Trail is an easy walk in the woods. Stump Lake includes some interpretive signage. Fern Lake is clear, and there are opportunities to wade into the lake and potentially go swimming. We didn't try when we were there because a black bear jumped into the lake on the other side just as we were there. Edith Lake is on the park boundary, and has houses on the far side. Alice Lake is the best lake for swimming, with designated swim areas, beaches, and swim docks. It was somewhat windy, and very crowded on the holiday weekend. The trail itself was relatively quiet. We encountered 3 other hiking groups and 1 mountain biker. We didn't see the bear on the trail the others warned us about.



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May 2018