Chadsey Lake is a 6.1 mile out and back trail located near Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from April until November.
over all its a fun little hike. not very diffcult. there are 2 approachs to the lake. if you own a 4x4 take batt rd all the way to the top. shorting the hike by alot. nice way to spend the day
pretty great. if you're not crunched for time, I recommend following the Time Killer bike trail all the way down. keep following it and you'll get to this wall right near the end of the Viking trail. how'd er there is a steep slope that continues down, follow it until you reach the end (5ish minutes depending on pace). You reach this large flat Rock to sit on with an absolutely phenomenal view. It'll add a bit over an hour to the trip, but it's something that is worth it for sure.
Was a beautiful trail with little bridges and a bit wild , was a great work out going up and think the rating should be moderate , mainly hiking up the whole way and a breeze coming back down.
Nice forested hike. Nice little lake at the end. Went mid April and still pretty muddy in some areas
A good trail but a long way to the lake. Took a miss turn right at the beginning but got a great picture out of it. Surprised to see several small children on the hike. Made it round trip 4.5 hrs.
great trail on did the last short part will be back to do the entire thing!
Enjoyed it so much!
The trail was pretty overgrown but it was still a good hike, the only bad thing about it is the bugs, take enough spray to soak yourself good...or get eaten alive....
good incline trail. make sure you start from the bottom of the mountain, not the Chadsey lake parking lot up the mountain.
Also, follow the Orange markers. At a small fork in the road the Orange leads to the lake; the pink leads up a down hill mountain biking trail. (also a fun hike)
I love this hike! I've done in many times in the spring, summer and fall. It takes about 3 hrs to get to the lake and back including breaks. The trail tends to get quite wet and muddy when there has been lots of rain and during the summer there is a lot of Mosquitos! Other than that it is a great trail that isn't too hard and has beautiful scenery!