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    Weaver Lake Trail

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    7.4 km
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    225 m
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    Weaver Lake Trail

    The Weaver Lake Trail is a popular 7.4 km loop trail near Chilliwack that meanders around a woodland lake across a variety of terrain. The trail will follow densely forested undulating paths that offer views out over the water. This relaxed trail is a great adventure for anyone looking for a bit of variation in their hiking route without too much difficulty.

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    Route Description for Weaver Lake Trail

    Hiking the Weaver Lake Trail is a fun adventure just north of Chilliwack, BC that will take you on a 7.4 km loop around a scenic woodland lake. The trail offers a nice variation in terrain, with narrow forested paths that gently undulate. Make sure to bring bug spray, as the trail’s proximity to the water makes it an ideal habitat for mosquitoes. Additionally, this area does occasionally see inclement weather, with the resulting deadfall ending up scattered along the trail. Be prepared to have to maneuver around fallen trees and other natural obstacles. All of that aside, this route offers a great opportunity to get out and enjoy the peaceful woodland atmosphere around Weaver Lake.

    Setting out on the trail next to the Weaver Lake Campground, begin to make your way around the lake in a clockwise direction. As you cross over several creeks along the wooded southern shore, the trail will become a bit more rocky as you round the bend along the lake’s western edge. Make your way through this section and continue on along the north side of the lake, taking in the views of the water as you meander along the trail through the forest. As you work your way around the east side of the lake, you will eventually arrive back at the campground. From this point, you can either spend the rest of the day lakeside at the picnic area or return to your vehicle for the return journey home.

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    Getting to the Weaver Lake Trail Trailhead

    To get to the trailhead at the Weaver Lake Campground from Harrison Mills, drive northwest on BC-7 for 1.1 km and turn right onto Chehalis FSR. After 270 m, make another right onto Morris Valley Road and follow it for 12.6 km. Here, you will turn left and continue on for 2.3 km to reach the parking area.

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    • Backcountry Campsites

      Weaver Lake Campground

    • Pets allowed

      Yes - On Leash

    • Family friendly

      Older Children only

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