Inland Lake Loop Hike
The Inland Lake Loop is a 12.9 km hiking circuit near Powell River, BC, that will take you around the shores of this beautiful woodland lake. Located in Inland Lake Provincial Park, the trail passes through a scenic stretch of forest and skirts along the edge of the lake to provide amazing views across the water. Made up of relatively easy-to-navigate terrain, this trail makes for a perfect day-hike with little need to physically exert yourself.
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Route Description for Inland Lake Loop Hike
Hiking the Inland Lake Loop is a family-friendly hiking route for those looking for a bit of a longer trek without much in the way of added difficulty. With a trailhead located at the Inland Lake Campground, you can even make an entire camping weekend out of it! Setting out on the trail, make your way around the lake in a counterclockwise direction, as you follow along the eastern shore of the lake. As you wind through the pristine forest setting, take some time to admire the amazing views that stretch across the calm waters of the lake. Due to the well-maintained nature of the trails and the easy-going terrain, you will make your way around the heavily-wooded shores of Inland Lake in no time and find yourself back at the campsite ready to start your next adventure.
Getting to the Inland Lake Loop Hike Trailhead
To reach the parking area for the Inland Lake Loop from Powell River, make your way north for 2.4 km along Manson Avenue and turn right onto Cassiar Street. After 300 m, turn left onto Yukon Avenue and follow it for 1.0 km to turn right on Haslam Street. Continue for 2.3 km and make a slight left, following the road for another 3.6 km. Turn right and you will find the entrance to the Inland Lake Campground and the trailhead in 1.6 km on the left.
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