Monashee Lake Trail
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Monashee Lake Trail

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Monashee Lake Trail

Monashee Lake Trail

Distance: 5.9mi
Elevation: 2,297ft
Time: 3.5-5h

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The Monashee Lake Trail invites you to a theatre of incredible natural views but demands that you work hard to get to the top, where stunning vistas of the lake surrounded by peaks await. However, the challenging climb will keep you entertained with unreal scenic glimpses.

Monashee Lake Trail Map

Getting there

To get to the Monashee Lake Trail trailhead, you need to take highway 6 from Vernon and continue past Lumby. At the Goldpanner Cafe, you’ll take a left onto South Fork Forest Road. You’ll continue driving for around 14.9mi, looking out for Monashee Lake signs en route.

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When to do

May-October

Backcountry Campsites

No

Pets allowed

No

Family friendly

No

Route Signage

Average

Crowd Levels

Low

Route Type

Out and back


Monashee Lake Trail
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Monashee Lake Trail Description

The Monashee Lake Trail is tucked deep into the Okanagan Valley’s backdrop, making it a remote but epic adventure. Expect a challenging, steep climb, replete with switchbacks, some loose rock sections, a meadow, and a cedar forest. The view from the top is magical—this hike is definitely a must-do, bucket-list hike for locals and visitors!

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