CAUTION! CAUTION! We have just opened the Lake trail but it remains the home of many animals including the Mama moose and her calves. Be aware of your surroundings and keep your distance from any wildlife.
**A cinnamon bear has been spotted around the Lake Trail as well as near the lodge. Be Bear Aware**
LAKE TRAIL: Our scenic lake trail loop is now open after being closed for the past week. Keep your distance from any wildlife.
RAIL TRAIL: This trail is clear and is hiking nicely! A great trail for an evening run, if you are into that kind of thing!
LAZY LIZARD BIKING TRAIL: Caution! Upper trail is wet and slippery. Yield to foot traffic and uphill travel.
OLD GROWTH TRAIL: Some wet and slippery sections, take your time and enjoy the ancient trees!
FIR TRAIL: This trail is in good shape! It’s canopy of trees will protect you from the weather.
SPINEBACK: Flowers, flowers, go find them! Mother nature has planted a nice garden.
TAMARACK TRAIL AND THE VIEWPOINT: The trail is in good shape. Look out for the tiny little white flower called spotted Saxifrage blooming in the rocks.
BALDY LOOP: The trail is in good shape and just got weedwacked on the North side.
GOLDILOCKS LOOP: This beautiful alpine trail still has sections covered with snow making for a fun adventure for those who are prepared. Hike up Spineback trail until you see signs for Goldilocks.
BIG WHITE PEAK ROUTE: Adventure seekers, there is no trail. You will have to navigate your way through this landscape of limestone and karst formations to find your way up to the summit from the Spineback trail.
HEIKO’S TRAIL: A little bit of snow left just before the Three Sisters pass. The trail is in good shape.
LIZARD LAKE TRAIL: Expect patches of snow and fallen trees.
CABIN ROUTE: The trail is steep and is overgrown in some sections. One small tree down but you can easily step over it. When you get to the alpine you have to look for cairns to find your way.