Trip 008 - December 28, 2009 (Monday)
Campbell Lake Trail Hike
Near Harrison Hot Springs, BC
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Liked: Fairy-tale forest scenes, icicles on rocks, view of Harrison Lake.
Of note: Occasional ice patches, fairly cold in the winter, snow in higher elevations.
Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Backroad Mapbook (2010 edition) Trailhead Coordinates: Page 4 (Chilliwack) F1. The latest edition of Backroad Mapbook for this and other regions, as well as GPS maps, are available for purchase at BackroadMapbooks.com.
103 Hikes in Southwestern British Columbia (2008 edition): hike #61.
Related Website: Tourism Harrison Hot Springs - Campbell Lake Trail.
Other Trips in Harrison Hot Springs area: Harrison East Forest Service Road (Second Trip), Clear Creek Forest Service Road (off Harrison East FSR), Harrison West Forest Service Road, Denhams Trail Around Weaver Lake, Chehalis Forest Service Road, Bear Mountain Hike, Harrison Hot Springs.
Campbell Lake trail begins in the village of Harrison Hot Springs, which is a popular tourist destination in British Columbia. The trail starts with a few very steep sections, but after that the only serious challenge is ice. Waterproof footwear is essential during the wet season. Campbell Lake Trail is a treat for a hiker, as it goes through a very pleasant-looking forest, and offers several excellent views.
1. Campbell Lake Trail begins in the village of Harrison Hot Springs, and this map shows the location of the trail in the village - look for letter A on the left side. The map is located on the Harrison Hot Springs Visitor Information shack.
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