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This hike is not the most exciting. It's boring for the most part but well worth it. We stayed over night in the cabin which was nice and cozy. The lake is beautiful.

Incredible flora in the Fall. Long but steady incline throughout. Excellent views of Garibaldi Mountain and parts of Squamish.

Explored Crossover Trail-lost the trail and ended up at the Baden Powell and then back to Brothers Creek road and out.
Found that trail was easily lost and confused with biking trails.

17 hours ago

Great views of the lake from the side and rear. We did not make it to the falls due to a snowstorm blowing in. Would definitely do it again. Some parts of the trail were snow covered and slick, so proper shoes/boots and/or poles recommended.

Beautiful trail - gradual up and down. Went down Kindersley side with a group, it was best for their knees.
Long trousers strongly suggested since high grass + (not sure if it's cow parsnip or giant hogweed). Anyway, I'm not taking any chance.

Fresh bear scat on Aug. 25th but nothing new on Sept. 6

Suggestion: go for the hotsprings in Radium after the hike.

Good climb! More difficult in the rain and wind. Be prepared to return back down or the BCM trail if lift is closed.

A workout. That's all.

backpacking
2 days ago

Great trail and great place to overnight or do a multi-day excursion using the lake as base camp. There have been some recent changes to the trail, it no longer follows the creek past KM3 but instead stays to the left of the creek. If it's wet the ground could get quite slick on some of the new hills.

Awesome hike on a rainy day. Got pretty wet and muddy, slipped a couple times. My crew was pretty quick and we went to the falls and back in just over 2 hours. Ran some of the way. Falls are beautiful. Lots of area to dip in the water on a hot day. Interesting trees, and not just the big cedar. Loved it.

Not a difficult hike at all. The portion we did was completely flat/level. We did 4 kms round trip to the first tunnel. The road up to the trail is best for a suv or truck. Pretty rocky and windy. Fantastic views and the trestles are very cool.

We did this with a group of Beaver Scouts back in June. Kids starting at age 5 and up and adults. A good leg workout and challenging for a new hiker.

Great family hike. Nice wide trails. Perfect addition to some time at beach kayaking or crabbing or fishing. Can also add Admiralty Point (6km) to make it longer

hiking
2 days ago

Only made it to the 5.5km mark up and had to turn back due to snow and being so slippy.