Dennett Lake is a 5.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and trail running and is best used from May until October.
Followed the directions on the site to get to the start of the trail but never found it. Very disappointing. Google Map said we were there but no trail on site. Would like to try again.
This hike is incredible! Defiantly a difficult hike for me, but the view spots and Munro lake were very rewarding!
This hike took my group about 4 hours round trip, that was with a couple breaks! Loved how the terrain changed so much, there is a lot of variety on this trail!
Will do this one again!
great hike! I will do this one again.
Great hike although very steep and switchbacky. We went in April and There was still about 5 feet of snow on the ground up at Munro lake and Dennett Lake. Before getting to Dennett lake there is a view point off to the left that is a big rocky bluff you can see from Munro Lake. The views are amazing. We were lucky there were other footprints to guide us as all the snow made it hard to find trail markers. Overall other than the descent being extremely rough on the knees it was a great hike.
Went up January 28th. We didn't expect over a foot of snow at the base of Munro Lake, couldn't go all the way through as we were not wearing the proper footwear for snow.
We went up the majority of the elevation until it leveled out right before Munro Lake.
Definitely a good hike, the stretch up to Munro Lake is all uphill with a lot of elevation gain and very little flat parts.