Explore the most popular fishing trails in British Columbia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

easy to get to, not too crowded, mamy trails to choose from

I am so glad that I have found this easy approach wonderful trail to hiking. Also the very short trail is covered by tree shadows all the way to the lake which makes summer day hiking do not have to go early morning. Very good place and I will be coming here soon again for sure.

Great workout. Not overly long to get to lindeman lake. Stunning view.

The trail is a bit confusing in some spots, lots of elevation but the outcome is a awesome!

Beautiful walk in the woods. Enjoyed the sound of rushing water and the birds singing and flying all over the place. The signage is not clear, pay attention to your map . Thumbs down just because of signage, otherwise it is a beautiful place with quite well maintained trails.

The hike itself is beautiful and well marked! Fairly steady climb once you make it to the tree line but quite short :) The main issue we ran into was the drive to the trail head. High vehicle clearance is more or less a necessity; we completed it in a VW Golf but went about 20 km/hr once we hit the true mountain road and ended up driving all over the road in order to avoid bottoming out. We were definitely the only "car" out there! I want to post that the turnoff for the trail head parking area is at Km marker 14. We ended up driving quite far past this turnoff as it is not obvious. Will definitely return again to enjoy both the climb and the reward of the beautiful lake at the top!

8 days ago

very good hike, suggest going counterclockwise
a little rocky at the end

9 days ago

Took my 7 year old twins on their first over night backpacking trip here this weekend. It was a perfect introduction to the back country and has lit a fire in them... they didn’t want to leave!

A lovely hike. Some great elevation gains with magnificent views. Two separate bear sightings on the trail so be vigilant.

Decent day hike. Lake was crowded, as it was a Saturday but very pretty.
Trail is very rooty and rocky making it hard to enjoy any views... if there were any. There are a few peakaboo spots of the creek which were lovely, but no vistas or waterfalls.
Habitat has virtually no diversity and some areas appear to have been clear cut within the last 10 years.
Due to boulder field beyond the first lake we didn’t continue as we had our dogs along.
Probably won’t bother with this hike again but it was a good workout.

I loved the diversity of scenery along this trail. The lakes, slides, boulders and forest are all stunning and the tent pads at both lakes are well thought out. I’ll be sure to get my backcountry camping permit online in advance next time since you can’t register and pay at the trailhead and there’s no cell service for 30ish km’s.

just hiked nearly 9 kilometers on this Trail it was fantastic you can go to Vancouver Island on the west coast to Tofino and ucluelet but this is right up there with those trails that you'll find there

It’s a loop trail that goes around the lake and there’s lots of side trails to explore

I have done this trail today in time 1,30. The weather wasnt good, but still nice walk. Very easy, i am in love with this forest.

Great for beginners! Nice lookout spots.

17 days ago

Lots of rock at the beginning of the trail, beautiful view

18 days ago

The trail climbs steeply from the parking lot to a ridge offering spectacular views of Lake Okanagan. The trails are well marked and well maintained with some interpretive First Nations signage. Benches nicely situated at lookout locations. Trails suitable for anyone with a moderate amount of fitness and endurance,

Very beautiful trail this time of the year, we saw huckleberries and raspberries along the trail.

19 days ago

Good trail for kids. Our 4.5 year old was able to walk 3/4 of the trail.

Trail was pretty torn up by horses that had been in a week ahead of us. Lot's of downed trees and mosquitoes were insane. Gorgeous scenery but the trail was not much fun at all.

DONT MISS THE COHO LOOP NEAR THE HATCHERY and besides from that, a great trail did it all the way down to park royal and public transport available from fonteyn and elson street line 236 to the city. it was Saturday and no crowds everyone is on the suspension bridge haha

22 days ago

A difficult but beautiful trail! The bugs were truly horrific so bug nets are a must. Also its a tricky to find the trail right at the turnoff from the Seymour peak trail so I recommend a map or downloading the waypoints ahead of time. Also, from the parking lot this trail was 12 km each way (took us around 5 hours each way) so was longer than expected. Very remote and peaceful but quite a slog!

we were going to do the suspension bridge but decided not to after seeing the price. we joined the trail on the way back. nice lookout points and you can get down to the river in some areas.

Nice day hike! The water is amazing. Super refreshing.

great walk! stroller friendly. the outhouse was gross you better off to bring your own toilet paper and pee in a Bush.
pack your bug spray the mosquito's were very bad, you get dived bombed if you stop for one second

more of a walk than a hike, still a beautiful forest and beach

one of the best hikes I've been on!!

Gorgeous leisurely hike - took a slight detour and visited the Salmon Hatchery!

Nice hike, quite relaxing. Lots of places to have a seat and relax at the lake. If you're brave, jump in for a cold swim! Camping is also an option but there a fee. Cayaking is also an option here! Check it out!

1 month ago

Simple, short, easy

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