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Rohr Lake Via Marriot Basin Trail is a 5.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Mount Currie, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 5.3 mi Elevation gain 1,761 ft Route type Out & Back

Dog friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

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Lake

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Kevin Lanthier
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HikingBugsMuddy

Overall, a really good day hike, not too long, with a beautiful payoff at Rohr Lake. Took us 2.5 hours to the lake with light day packs, but we take it pretty easy. Lots of bugs, some wide muddy sections, and the boulder field at the end is a bit of a scramble but not too bad - I preferred to stay on the boulders themselves alongside the markers as they were dry and provided good handholds (it wasn’t raining, might be slippery if it was). Be sure to walk around the lake to your left (north side, towards the East) after arriving to get all the different views. There were quite a number of people camping there on Saturday when we did the hike.

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Shawna Hopper
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HikingBugsMuddy

Camped at the lake on the 27th-28th. Hike to the lake isn't too bad but was very muddy in sections. The boulder part was fun but a bit trickier with a heavy pack on. The lake is gorgeous but the bugs were ruthless and bit through clothes, even with bug spray. They were also out at all times, not just in the evening. Just over 2 hours to the lake with a pack (clocked 5km, 500m elevation). Hiked the the summit but honestly thought the best part of the hike was the lake. The hike to the summit then back to the lake took 4 hours (9k, 625m elevation). Hiking back out took just under two hours, again it was a bit tricky to navigate the boulders with a pack.

Stefanie Kappel
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HikingBugsMuddyRockyScramble

We went there yesterday. It is a bit of a scramble on the boulder field. The lake at the top is a nice view. Tons of bugs. The best spent money was to get a mosquito net at Canadian Tire!

Dwayne Regan
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HikingBugsMuddyRocky

Moderate to difficult, bugs spray and water proof shoes kind of mandatory lots and lots of Bugs. Trail is well marked.. the last 30 min with boulders adds a challenge and markers need to be followed carefully.,, lake views are beautiful.. I could come back if wasn’t scared that bugs would eat me alive. In the end, a great workout.

Mel Wong
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HikingBugsMuddyScramble
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Samantha Newbery
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HikingBugsMuddyRockyScramble

Hiked on Monday, July 20th and there were about 15 other cars parked at various points along the gravel road. Busier than I expected for a Monday! We parked off the highway and walked the extra 2km to the trailhead. It's pretty flat. I found the boulder field steep and challenging, esp in the 30C weather, but the lake and views are absolutely beautiful and worth it. No snow, very muddy in a few places (waterproof shoes a must), lots of bugs in the meadow, but not too many at the lake.

Anna Weal
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HikingMuddyScrambleSnow
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Joe H.
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BugsMuddyRockyScrambleSnow

Would recommend a Jeep in order to drive to the trail head. Quite a few muddy areas along the way and the boulder field near the end is challenging and not well marked. Well worth the hike to see the lake though!

Courtney Earle
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Hike is all clear and good to go this year - you can drive up the fsr a km or so and park on the left before the road gets worse. Muddy as usual. proper gear and goretex shoes a must. Snow free except for a few small patches. lake is all clear.

Ian Vee
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HikingBugsMuddyRockyScrambleSnow

Would rate this as hard during this time of year given the treachery of the boulder field and lack of integrity of the snow. Stick to the right and avoid this part on more stable, though wet, ground. We continued up climbers right, taking us slightly off the established route, which led to scaling some cascading rock banks. Manageable but would suggest sticking to the main route. The lake is mostly snow covered but thaw around the edges to glimpse the glorious blues and greens.

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