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Awesome beautiful hike in the snow season! Definitely recommend spikes of some sort for your boots. As of right now, snowshoes aren’t needed. Mostly packed down snow with a little icy patches sticking out in some spots. If you decided to hike further to the ink pots, be ready for some incline! Happy trails!

Great easy walk especially nice in nicer weather for me

hiking
6 days ago

easy trail to get some miles

hiking
6 days ago

Trail is flat, best views are at beginning. Pay parking

hiking
icy
9 days ago

Nice peaceful walk. Unfortunately I could have picked a better day (freezing rain) but it was nice. Check out my walk on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56u0ej810i4&feature=youtu.be

Nice trail for a relaxing short hike.

Easy 2 hour walk along mostly maintained trail. Snow is well trodden, path is simple to follow.

hiking
icy
snow
13 days ago

Easy walk if not for the icy creeks. Great view.

hiking
13 days ago

Beautiful to see, very easy even in winter. Recommend winter grips in winter!

Bridge out until Jan 2020

Beautiful but slippery in spots

Great for a night time walk. Bring a trail light but even without it it’s still fine.

Good trail all marked and open. With that there is a lot of people.

hiking
icy
snow
27 days ago

Unfortunately lake is frozen and completely snowed over. Still beautiful views of mountains. Definitely will come back in summer.

This was a great, quick trail with gorgeous views! However I would really recommend using ice treks or some other form of ice cleats around your boots because it got pretty slippery towards the top (even people with good winter boots were slipping around us).

Bizarre, almost unfollowable trail...

hiking
1 month ago

Nice place!

Very nice fully paved trail that goes around a small pond. I would suggest coming earlier in the year, as in November all the scenery is gone already.

paved throughout perimeter which makes biking & walking enjoyable. Many places to stop & sit & should take a little over an hour to complete. Definitely do this if you’re in the Vancouver area but expect many people!

It’s better to come early or there’s a risk that you won’t find a spot in the parking lot. Nice walk and great view. We were lucky to see frozen and absolutely clear lake, couple hours later weather changed and view wasn’t so amazing anymore. It’s better to check webcams before visiting the lake.

closed
1 month ago

We decided to check out this trail today only to find that a portion of it has been closed due to construction in the area. The small part of the trail we did get to enjoy seemed to be maintained okay, but there was a significant amount of garbage around. Not bad for a trail within a city.

Nice trip, 100% flat,good for stroller.

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