Williamson Lake Topo Map

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In a high cirque at the south end of the Cheam Range, with the majestic summits of Welch and Foley Peaks above, lies Williamson Lake, the site of a small British Columbia Mountaineering Club cabin until an avalanche swept it away. That fact will have more significance when you reach the lake and see the site. If there is much snow on the ground, reconsider your attempt to reach the lake. You have two options for access, but you should decide which approach you are going to use before you set out. The statistics are given above. The original trail starts, essentially, from the road west of Foley Lake. The newer approach requires a 4WD to reach the end of a high logging road that starts east of Foley Lake. The final section of trail to the lake is common to both routes.

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Mar 2018