Escape to Chilliwack’s crystal clear Lindeman Lake for a local getaway that will revitalize your soul.
Immerse yourself in nature at this spot with its lush greenery, scenic trails, and a small but spectacular lake as the backdrop.
Nestled in Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park, the area boasts a lot of natural beauty. It features a 3.4-km hiking trail, and a lake with an abundance of fish, including: brook trout, cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, groupers and steelhead.
The intermediate hiking trail takes about two hours to complete, with an elevation gain of 350-metres. The majority of the elevation gain is within the first kilometre of the hike. As you go on, it will level out and lead you to some stunning views.
Besides being a fisherman’s dream and a popular hiking destination—Lindeman Lake offers picturesque views of the coastal mountain region.
Explorers also flock to the lake for a refreshing dip, camping, or just to simply float on the water.
The emerald-coloured waters of Lindeman Lake also make it an oasis for outdoor enthusiasts.
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Location: Lindeman/Greendrop Trail, Rosedale, BC V0X 1X0, Canada