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    Goldie and Flower Lake Loop

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    3.2 km
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    73 m
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    The Goldie and Flower Lake Loop is a short trail that makes its way through the peaceful terrain surrounding these two beautiful lakes. This route is sometimes used as an introduction to backcountry hiking, as it offers a slightly rugged trail that is close to a main access point. At only 3.2 km, this trail is perfect for a quick trip to reconnect with nature or as an add-on when tackling other routes in the Mount Seymour area.

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    Route Description for Goldie and Flower Lake Loop

    The Goldie and Flower Lake Loop is a popular trail in the Mount Seymour Provincial Park area due to its short length and minimal elevation changes. The rocky path can become very muddy in wet weather, so make sure that you wear proper hiking footwear to avoid slipping along the trail.

    This 3.2 km trail passes over a few mountain streams and skirts around the shores of both Goldie and Flower lakes. Beautifully serene, the route is a great introduction to backcountry hiking as the trail is fairly rugged and can become blanketed in snow later in the year, but is still located close enough to a main road and within cell phone service.

    Getting to the Goldie and Flower Lake Loop Trailhead

    To get to the Goldie and Flower Lake Loop trailhead from Vancouver, follow the Trans Canada Highway/BC-1 W and cross the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge. Take exit 22B toward the Mount Seymour Parkway, and turn left after 7.0 km on to Mount Seymour Rd. Drive north for another 13.0 km, and you will soon arrive at the parking lot.

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