Rolley Falls and Lake Trail

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Rolley Lake Park

Rolley Falls and Lake Trail is a 2.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Mission, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 2.9 miles Elevation Gain: 524 feet Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

lake

views

waterfall

wildlife

blowdown

muddy

hiking
11 minutes ago

Nice easy nature walk after a day of enjoying Rolley Lake!

recorded Rolley Falls and Lake Trail

hiking
blowdown
muddy
12 hours ago

Great hike, easy on the main areas hike to the falls more of a moderate hike, more overgrown but still pretty easy. My boys did great, 7yrs and 4yrs. Will do it again for sure!

hiking
blowdown
bugs
over grown
2 days ago

Beautiful easy trails! I did the loop around the lake and Rolley falls, and they’re both beautiful trails. The loop around Rolley Lake is well marked and maintained, however, like other reviews have said, the falls trail is quite overgrown and there are a fair bit of fallen trees. However, it is worth it to get to the falls! Rolley lake is also beautiful :)

hiking
blowdown
muddy
over grown
rocky
13 days ago

Great trails! The lake loop is a nice easy stroll around the lake. Great for all ages. We took a trail up to the campground and hit the falls trail at the northern end. The trail to the smaller upper falls had several *very* muddy spots, over grown areas and fallen trees. Once we were past the bridge and the upper falls, we went downhill along the trail on the North side of the creek. The trail here is steep and fairly rough terrain with some rocky switch-backs. Definitely more of a challenge. Once we came down a ways, we could see two platform areas at which you can have a look at the larger, more impressive lower falls. We continued down this trail until we reached Florence Lake Forest Service Road. We walked across the bridge and made our way back up the hill on the trail’s south side. The trail is longer but less steep and a little more even on this side. There were several fallen trees over the trail in this area. We eventually came to a fork in the trail that lead right back to the original trail back to the campground and Rolley Lake day use area and parking lot (the other direction would lead back to the lower falls).

hiking
muddy
13 days ago

hiking
23 days ago

Nice trail, not difficult at all. Lots of board walks. Saw a post and on it was scribbled Falls <---- so we ended up walking back through the campground but never saw a water fall. There was a slight bit of mud but no fallen trees.

hiking
muddy
over grown
2 months ago

Pretty muddy & lots of trees down on rolley falls trail.

hiking
bugs
2 months ago

Lots of bugs during this season so suit up with some bug spray or extra clothing. I would definitely suggest timing your hike with the sunset, it was beautiful.

hiking
blowdown
muddy
2 months ago

Beautiful hike. The lake loop is quite easy. The falls loop more difficult. A great activity for the family during the quarantine!!

hiking
blowdown
2 months ago

hiking
closed
muddy
3 months ago

Some trees down, very muddy

hiking
snow
4 months ago

Great time in the snow today..

hiking
blowdown
6 months ago

For the most part this is a very easy trail with a nice view, further in there was several fallen trees you had to climb over or easily walk around using trails people have already used. Overall a good trail. Limited parking this time of year because the park is closed so you have to park and walk in.

hiking
6 months ago

Really enjoyed this short hike, the views of the lake were beautiful. My dog loved it.

hiking
7 months ago

Great walk

hiking
8 months ago

Around the lake and off to the falls. Nice workout! Plus, there is a geo cashing spot along the path.

a little wet today, but we still saw many people.

hiking
10 months ago

The trail around the lake is ok, a lot o shadow and some lake nice views. The fall trail is almost inaccessible because of the lack of maintenance; the grass and toxic plans are super high, some passages with less than 1m to squish and pass.

walking
11 months ago

Tried this trail for the first time today. Forget the directions that say Rolley Park trail is on the right. Follow the road until the end. Rolley provincial campground is on the left. The trail intersects with the campground beach, and there is a map there to show you your way. A beautiful lake surrounded by forest. At times the forest reminded me of the ewoks in Return of the Jedi. The path follows the lake. Some parts of the trail, the tree's block the lake. Other parts you have access. Because of the campground, it probably gets busy during summer, but otherwise it's pretty chill. Lots of signage saying no weed smoking. If you don't mind walking into the forest a little ways, there are plenty of places to partake and not bother others. Will use this trail again. Took me about 40 minutes but I take my time.

hiking
11 months ago

The loop around the lake is easy. My 3 year old did it no problem. To get to the falls you need to go up into the campground via the loop trail and there’s an outhouse. There’s a small post that says “to cliff falls” follow that trail. The trail is pretty dodgy at first. Lots of debris, climbing over logs but it’s there. Eventually you’ll get to the first set of falls. If you go over the bridge and walk all the way down the cliff there’s more waterfalls. Even one that is about 40 feet tall. You come out on a road, cross a small car bridge and back into the trees to climb back up. That whole section for the falls took me about 30 mins total down and up at a good pace. Way more challenging than the loop but it’s pretty quick.

running
Tue May 21 2019

Lake Loop is very easy, there is a bit of elevation on the Falls Trail which you can avoid is you are so inclined. Its a quick trail to run, pretty wide and easy to avoid walkers and their "unleashed" dogs.

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