Hiking around Deer Lake on this 3.2 km trail will take you along the southern edge of the lake on a family-friendly path through the forest. While the initial stretch of this trail is flat, the latter portion is a bit more rocky, making it a bit slower to traverse. This trail is great for exploring the natural beauty of Sasquatch Provincial Park at an easy pace.
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Route Description for Deer Lake
The trail around Deer Lake is a short out-and-back hiking route in Sasquatch Provincial Park that sets out from the Lakeside Campground and travels closely along the southern shore of the serene woodland lake. Although the initial half of the trail is a family-friendly route through the forest, the second half stretches beyond the trail and traverses a fairly technical boulder field. Hikers wanting to utilize the entirety of the trail should be prepared for more difficult conditions. All things considered, this trail makes for a fun hiking route that can be enjoyed by both families and experienced hikers alike - depending on how far along the trail you choose to go.
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Getting to the Deer Lake Trailhead
To reach the parking area next to Deer Lake from Harrison Hot Springs, head north along Rockwell Drive for 5.2 km and veer to the right onto Hicks Lake Road. Continue on for 6.4km, turning right to access the parking area at the Lakeside Campground.
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