Gorman Lake & Tr in Columbia

Free Camping at Gorman Lake & Tr in Columbia you will enjoy 3 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive & Non-Motorized! You will get from there, nice Canoeing service, attractive Fishing facilities, enjoyable Boating facilities, Hiking, Snowmobiling & Great Camping opportunities. Site Description:Gorman Lake is a beautiful alpine lake […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On April 21, 2011
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Free Camping at Gorman Lake & Tr in Columbia you will enjoy 3 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive & Non-Motorized! You will get from there, nice Canoeing service, attractive Fishing facilities, enjoyable Boating facilities, Hiking, Snowmobiling & Great Camping opportunities.

Site Description:Gorman Lake is a beautiful alpine lake situated in a deep bowl. The site has 2 tent pads and tables and a fly out toilet. There are trails that loop the lake. The trail on the north side is recommended as it is safer and less exposed to rock fall. It is about 800 meters long. The area is a signature designation for hiking and sledding out of Golden. Note bikes and motor vehicles are restricted from using the area in the snow free months. The Golden Snowmobile Club is under agreement to maintain the Dogtooth Forest Service Road and the Gorman Lake road for snowmobile use during the winter.

Driving Directions:Access is via the Dogtooth Forest Service Road. Generally head north on this road to 16. 5 km then head east up the Gorman Lake Forest Road for another 4.2 km.

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