Nestled among towering mountains, dense forests, and lush meadows, Alice Lake Provincial Park is one of the most popular camping and day-use spots in the Sea to Sky Corridor.
The Four Lakes Trail hike is a fairly flat trail with some sections that have a slight uphill, and is great for beginner hikers and families.
The trail follows winds through dense wooded groves of Cedar, Hemlock and Douglas Fir trees, over small rolling hills and creeks, and past four quaint lakes pocketed in the lowland woods; Alice Lake, Stump Lake, Fawn Lake, and Edith Lake. This hike offers stunning views of the quintessential Pacific Northwest rainforest.
Let our experienced and knowledgeable guides lead you through an interpretive hike of the Four Lakes Trail. This hike is a mellow jaunt in the woods for the more reserved hiker who wants to experience the spectacular rainforest and mountain scenery in the Sea to Sky Corridor. Snacks are included, and a packed lunch can be arranged.