Located North of Squamish by Highway 99, this trail starts in Alice Lake, a common destination for locals and tourist alike, the lake is well known for camping, picnic, sports and chilling by the lake.
As a round trip this trail can be started in any direction, north towards Stump Lake or south through Alice Lake and then Edith Lake. After about an hour of walking you will get near to Fawn Lake and this is the only place where you need to detour from the main path, a short, properly signed walk west and you are there. Continue in the main road and you will eventually be out of the circuit (the only place where can it be a little confusing is near Edith Lake where there are more paths going South).
You will be walking through the forest for the complete track; so don’t forget to carry some cover in case you get cold easily. The path is clear and there are no obstacles to sort out, is friendly enough to be walked with kids, but steep enough in some parts to keep you warm.
Bears visit this area; so don’t forget to take precautions.