Six Mile Lakes Free Camping

At Six Mile Lakes you will enjoy 4 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets Site Operator:NELSON SNO GOERS SNOWMOBILE CLUB Site Description:Six Miles Lake site is a series of three connected sub-alpine lakes. A rustic 3.0 km nature trail on the west side of the […]

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On April 23, 2011
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At Six Mile Lakes you will enjoy 4 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets

Site Operator:NELSON SNO GOERS SNOWMOBILE CLUB

Site Description:Six Miles Lake site is a series of three connected sub-alpine lakes. A rustic 3.0 km nature trail on the west side of the lake offers views of the lakes and a pleasant walk through the forest. The trail head is just south of the recreation site on the west side of the road. The end of the trail rejoins the road past the furthest lake, and you can walk back along the road to the trailhead. This is the headwaters of a domestic – use watershed. Please respect the lakes and creeks.

Driving Directions:Travel north from Nelson on highway #3A for 8.0 km to Six Mile Lakes road. Follow Six Miles Lakes road for 10.0 km to a fork in the road. Then take the right fork for 3.0 km to the recreation site . The road is suitable for a 2wd vehicles, although the last 3.0 km are very rough in sections.

Six Mile Lakes Free Camping

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