Located 150km east of Vancouver in the upper Chilliwack River Valley, Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park is characterized by a valley-bottom lake, old-growth forested slopes, and spectacular subalpine and alpine ridges.
The most popular hike in Chilliwack Provincial Park is the trail to Lindeman Lake. Leading from the trailhead at the Post Creek Parking lot the 3.5km round trip hike to Lindeman Lake is an intermediate hike that takes you to a beautiful lake with a sandy beach area and plenty of spots to have a snack or lunch before your trip down.
If you’re feeling more adventurous you can continue on from Lindeman Lake to Greendrop Lake (10.4 km return) and Flora Lake (14 km return). The hikes to Greendrop and Flora lake are for more experienced hikers and is not recommended for those without considerable experience in route-finding. Be sure to check the trail report before heading out and always carry the 10 Essentials.
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