Trapper Lake Trail Free Camping

At Trapper Lake Trail you will be able to get there with a two wheel drive Site Description:A 21 km , one way, trail heading from the Similkameen River, parallels the Paysaten River, crosses a few forestry roads and eventually follows a ridge to the west side of Flat Top Mountain and then descends into […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On April 10, 2011
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At Trapper Lake Trail you will be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Site Description:A 21 km , one way, trail heading from the Similkameen River, parallels the Paysaten River, crosses a few forestry roads and eventually follows a ridge to the west side of Flat Top Mountain and then descends into Trapper Lake. Most of the trail from the Smilkameen falls to Calcite Creek has been altered by Mountian Pine beetle harvesting. This trail links with the Centennial Trail and the Border Lake Trail.

Driving Directions:The trail can be accessed at many points along the the Calcite logging road. The main parking along the trail route would be at a landing @ 25.9 km (Easting 678556, Northing 5442777) where a trailhead sign was erected in September of 2007. From this point it is 13.2 km to Trapper Lake.

Trapper Lake Trail Free Camping

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