|Canada > British Columbia > Sunshine Coast > Halfmoon Bay|
|Triangle Lake Trail
is located north of Sechelt
BC close to the community of Halfmoon
Bay on the lower portion of the Sunshine Coast. The hiking-only
trail follows, mostly, along Colvin Creek through second growth
Alder and Douglas Fir trees leading up to the views looking over
The Triangle Lake Hiking Trail is 3.4 km ( 2.1 mi.) each way. The route can take up to 3 hours to complete round trip. The trail starts in a stand of trees, mostly alder, following a tree-rooted path opening up to a meadow and then continuing on up to the summit and Triangle Lake. When hiking the route there is opportunities to view some wildlife, mostly birds and sometimes Black Bears.
Triangle Lake is a small lake identified as a unique bog type ecology. An eco system that is home to many species of wildlife preferring bog like conditions. An ideal setting for photographers and naturalists to document, research and cherish nature at work.
Access to Triangle Lake: Follow Hwy 101 north
7 km (4.3 mi.) past Sechelt,
BC towards the community of Halfmoon
Bay. On your approach the big hill in your sights is the destination
you will be climbing. From traveling down Hwy 101 take a left
on Redrooffs Road. Continue on the road following the signs pointing
towards Sargeant Bay
Provincial Park. About 100 m (300 ft.) past the park is the
Triangle Lake Trailhead.
British Columbia Travel & Adventure Guide