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12 days ago

The trail is beautiful, and I especially loved the plaques which displayed works of art that depict the scenery. The trails are also well organized; each fork in the road displays a map that shows you your current location.

hiking
12 days ago

Hiked this on Thursday June 8 2017. Got to the alpine level but was a foot deep of snow. Turned back as could not make out the trail. Also, there was an avalanche in the winter which will require you to navigate through tress at the 2.5 km mark. Was ok due to lots of packed snow allowing you to walk on. Suspect it will be a bit more tricky when the snow melts as well as a bit more movement from all the broken trees. For sure made it an unique trail to tackle

We did the hike two days ago on Sunday .Start by nine am at the latest as it gets very busy and Parking gets scarce . It was absolutely spectacular. The mosquitoes were not out yet. Near the third lake there was quite a bit of snow on the ground. Pass the third lake lookout , if you want to proceed to the campground, poles and or micro spikes are advisable. The third lake was still 1/2 covered with snow . A whole group of mountaineers were at the campground, about a dozen tents. There is a cache for bears near the campground. There is also an emergency helicopter pad for rescue. And outhouse is also near the helicopter pad. The only One on the hike beside one at the parking lot. There is no phone coverage at all on that hike. So make sure to put your phone on airplane mode or you will drain your battery.

hiking
18 days ago

Beautiful views (especially in the fall) and probably a great hike for families, but I'd recommend heading across the road to Burstall Pass if you're up for the same with a little more challenge.

highly recommend continuing up summit for spectacular views.

Lots of snow still and the lake still mostly frozen over.

Is a hike that offered for all levels of fitness. You have 3 lakes with amazing color, if you do not feel like hiking too long the first lake will offer an amazing view just steps from the parking lot. Then comes the middle lake, a bit more walking but another amazing scene, then the third one comes with an spectacular view well worthy. Not to say is a difficult hike.

snowshoeing
29 days ago

We hiked the Black Prince Trail and continued past Warspite Lake, across the rock slide and then up past the Warspite Cascades eventually ending up in alpine meadow filled with boulders and beautiful flowers. Our goal was to reach Black Prince Lake but not all individuals in the group felt that they could continue on due to fatigue. The climb up past the cascades can take its toll on your legs if you are not used to a steady uphill climb. The most scenic part of the hike was definitely after we went past Warspite Lake.

on Durham Regional Forest

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30 days ago