Lizzie Lake Trail

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23.7 km
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1,209 m
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Lizzie Lake Trail

The Lizzie Lake Trail is a 23.7 km out-and-back hiking route southeast of Pemberton, BC, that climbs uphill through the forest to reach the scenic shores of the lake. Along the trail, you will pass between rugged peaks and through calming alpine meadows that are blanketed with wildflowers in the late summer. This trail is a great option for a long day hike or broken up into a multi-day adventure.

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Route Description for Lizzie Lake Trail

The Lizzie Lake Trail is a long hiking route southeast of Pemberton, BC, that first climbs uphill along a forest service road before transitioning to a pleasant trail through the beautiful alpine landscape. The route is a long day hike, but the terrain isn’t overly difficult to navigate, making this a perfect option for experienced hikers or those looking to build up their experience on a longer route. This area is frequented by bears, making sure to travel in groups, make lots of noise, and bring bear spray to prevent any potentially dangerous encounters.

Along the trail, hikers will experience a wide range of terrain and scenery, including beautiful stretches of woods along the forest service road and scenic alpine meadows once you begin to approach Lizzie Lake. Majestic mountain peaks will surround you in all directions as you climb uphill. From the beautiful edge of the lake, you will be able to spot Whisky and Tarn Peaks to the east, Beacon Mountain to the south, and Lizzie Peak to the west. Whether you want to hike the 23.7 km trail all in one day or spend a night by the picturesque lake, this is an awesome trail that should be on your list if you are in the Pemberton area.

Getting to the Lizzie Lake Trail Trailhead

To reach the Lizzie Lake trailhead from Pemberton, head east on BC-99 for 6.9 km and turn right to stay on the highway. After 10.0 km, turn right again onto In-SHUCK-ch Forest Service Road. The trailhead will be on the left at 16.0 km.

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    Yes - On Leash

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    Out and back

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