Lindeman and Greendrop Lakes Trail is a 6.8 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Fraser Valley E, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length6.8 miElevation gain1,538 ftRoute typeOut & back
CampingFishingHikingNature tripsBird watchingDog friendlyForestLakeViewsWaterfallWildflowersWildlifeBridge outRockyScramble
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Parking lot to Lindemen tends to get busy. Please take note that the south end of Lindeman is where most visitors stop. This trail includes light scrambling across some boulder fields and a section of large fallen trees. There are multiple campsites in this area.

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Nikola Milutinovic
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HikingIcySnow

Gorgeous views throughout the trail, spikes definitely not needed to lindemans but recommended for the last portion of the trail towards green drop lake!

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Thomas MOLLE
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Spikes needed after Lindeman Lake

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Tara Morgan
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BackpackingGreat!Snow

Went up for an overnight trip April 4th and 5th. Lindeman lake hike is clear and without need for micro spikes. Fallen trees at Lindeman have destroyed at least one of the many camping pads. Greendrop loop starts off clear but requires microspikes as packed snow trails can be slick, especially when a slip could cause a hefty tumble down a snowy hill. Greendrop area is covered by a few feet of snow, camping pads covered and unable to be located at time. Greendrop lake is frozen and able to be completely walked across to view the burnt tree. Flora trail access via Greendrop loop has not been accessed as of yet. No visible packed trails, unsure of visibility of trail markers. Snow shoes would be required. A chilly over-nighter but definitely worth it :)

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Thomas MOLLE
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HikingGreat!IcySnow

Spikes recommended after Lindeman Lake. Greendrop was still covered with snow.

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Shannon Ritchie
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HikingIcySnow

March 19, 2021 the trail was very icy. They were fixing the bridge when we walked up! Beautiful big trees, streams and lake.

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Anders Jakobsen
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful lake!

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Daniel Jacinto
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It was super pretty! The light was shining through the trees and lit up the snow! He boulder fields are a bit sketchy to cross in the snow but definitely worth it!

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Nicole H
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HikingBlowdownBridge out

A bridge along the trail was impacted by a falling tree and is no longer safe to cross. BC Parks has therefore CLOSED the trail until bridge repairs can be completed. Other trails within the park remain open.

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Tyson Boucher
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Beautiful day. Trail up to Lindeman clear of snow and ice. After Lindeman lots of snow and ice. You could probably make it up without spike but going down they are a lifesaver. Greendrop Lake frozen solid, cool to walk out a bit and get a different view.

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Kassandra Richard
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HikingBlowdownBridge outIcyRockySnow

The bridge at the beginning was crushed by a tree after a recent windstorm, but if you keep right it is okay. Important to bring spikes for after Lindeman, as the snow is hard-packed and icy!

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Rachel Douglas
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HikingBlowdownBridge out

Wind storms over the past few weeks have definitely done some damage, the bridge is broken, it's passable scrambling over the rocks though. Lots of downed trees and brush on the trail, keep your eye on the markers as the trail can be hard to distinguish at some points.

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Janda Hirch
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A little challenging after the first lake because of all the snow, but we made it ok. We wore our microspikes and off we went. Greendrop lake was frozen thou, but still a really nice hike. Next time my husband and I will do the loop around it.

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Anton Gerasimov
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Dec 5, 2020 Lindeman and Greendrop Lakes Trail 15.9 km - 573 m total elevation gain Great trail for a walk in the woods and along the lake. There was almost no snow, but pretty slippery once you pass the Lindeman Lake. Keep in mind that the correct trail length to Greendrop and back is just under 16 km.

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Anton Gerasimov
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Dec 5, 2020 Lindeman and Greendrop Lakes Trail 15.9 km - 573 m total elevation gain Great trail for a walk in the woods and along the lake. There was almost no snow, but pretty slippery once you pass the Lindeman Lake. Keep in mind that the correct trail length to Greendrop and back is just under 16 km.

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Nicole C
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HikingIcyRockyScramble

Lots of climbing over rocks after the first lake which was frosty in the morning and made it quite scary to go over. Took about 2 hrs and 45 mins up and 2 hrs down. Not a favourite, lakes were nice enough.

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Tyler Brown
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HikingGreat!

What a great hike. The rock slides were a bit challenging and had a touch of frost on them. really enjoyed running rocks and keeping balance. no snow up the today. real challange is more down trees over the trail. 3 men made it to greendrop in just over 2hrs. I'll be back to do this again

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Mel Wong
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