There are a multitude of stunning bodies of water in British Columbia; however, this incredible heart shaped lake in Pinecone Burke Provincial Park (west side of Pitt Lake) is completely unique.
For one, it truly has a heart shape. There’s no need to use your imagination with this beautifully shaped body of water.
Indeed, from an ariel perspective, the dense forest surrounding the lake further accentuates the heart’s outline.
Pinecone Burke Provincial Park
While the heart-shaped lake is amazing, it’s not as easily accessible as your average lake. Unless you have access to a helicopter, you’re in for a trek.
If you decide to visit, Pinecone Burke is situated next to one of the largest parks in the province – Golden Ears. The neighbouring park boasts Alouette Lake, for example, which is an ideal spot for swimming, windsurfing, water-skiing, canoeing, boating and fishing.
In addition, the surrounding area has numerous trails that are perfect for hiking and horseback riding.
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