Four Lakes Trail
The Four Lakes Trail is a 7.2 km hiking route that travels through Alice Lake Provincial Park on a loop to viewpoints over Stump, Fawn, Edith, and Alice lakes. Hikers along the trail will experience the peaceful atmosphere of the forests around Squamish as they gaze out over the calming waters of the lakes. This route is easily accessible from the Alice Lake Campground and connects to a strong network of trails in the area.
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Route Description for Four Lakes Trail
The Four Lakes Trail is a popular family-friendly hiking route near Squamish that travels along a 7.2 km loop through Alice Lake Provincial Park and visits four beautiful lakes. The easy terrain, moderate length, and scenic woodland views along this trail make it a great option for hikers of all skill levels. The trail is also on leash dog friendly, meaning that none of your family members will need to miss out on this fun forest adventure. Along the route you will have amazing views of Stump, Fawn, Edith, and Alice lakes, all while hiking through an idyllic woodland setting. This is an awesome half-day hike near Squamish that you won’t want to miss.
Getting to the Four Lakes Trail Trailhead
To access the trailhead for the Four Lakes Trail from Squamish, head north on BC-99 N for km and turn right onto Alice Lake Road. Follow this for 1.7 km to find the trailhead on your left.
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