Rolley Lake Trail
The Rolley Lake Trail travels along a 4.7 km loop through Rolley Lake Provincial Park and features a flat trail through the forest and a lakeside boardwalk. Along the trail you will be able to experience the serene atmosphere of this beautiful woodland lake, before travelling slightly downhill to visit a quaint waterfall along Rolley Creek. This is a great family-friendly hike due to the easy trail and multiple highlights.
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Route Description for Rolley Lake Trail
The Rolley lake Trail is a nice and easy hiking route in Rolley Lake Provincial Park that travels around a lakeside loop, before heading down a side trail to visit Rolley Falls. Made up of easy terrain and a lakeside boardwalk, the path hugs closely to the edges of the wooded lake, providing a peaceful atmosphere as you stroll through the trees. Reaching Rolley Creek, the trail breaks off and descends toward the cascading water of the falls. Minimal changes in elevation, picturesque scenery, beach access, and proximity to the Rolley Lake Campground all make this short hiking route a perfect accompaniment to a weekend of camping with the family.
Getting to the Rolley Lake Trail Trailhead
To get to Rolley Lake Provincial Park from Maple Ridge, head east on Dewdney Trunk Road for 15.0 km and turn left onto Bell Street. After 2.3 km, the road will turn left and become Matheson Avenue. Continue on for 650 m to reach the parking area.
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