After leaving Upper Lake Trail, this is a long, steady climb through a subalpine forest. The trail terminates at a beautiful alpine lake surrounded by mountain peaks and alpine meadows. Check current Alberta fishing regulations.
May 25 : Lake still half frozen, stop at the sign ''End of the trail" because of falling rocks .
|Length||3.9 km one-way|
|Elevation:||320 m / 1,050 ft|
|Group Size Limit:||15 (Permit information)|
|Trail Report:||Peter Lougheed|