The Central Australian bushwalking program for walks up to the end of April 2018 is now out. View it on our Bushwalks & Activities page .

Peak baggers in Scotland have the Munros – the high peaks over 3000 feet (910 metres) in elevation. In response Bill Wilkinson devised the Tasmanian Abels – the high peaks of Australia’s mountainous southern isle over 1100 metres with a distinct fall of at least 150 metres on all sides.

And now, the Northern Territory has the McDoualls – the high peaks over 1000 metres in elevation with a distinct fall of at least 150 metres on all sides. Read more .

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The Central Australian bushwalking program for walks up to the end of April 2018 is now out. View it on our Bushwalks & Activities page .

Peak baggers in Scotland have the Munros – the high peaks over 3000 feet (910 metres) in elevation. In response Bill Wilkinson devised the Tasmanian Abels – the high peaks of Australia’s mountainous southern isle over 1100 metres with a distinct fall of at least 150 metres on all sides.

And now, the Northern Territory has the McDoualls – the high peaks over 1000 metres in elevation with a distinct fall of at least 150 metres on all sides. Read more .

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Roughly 5km north of Squamish on Highway 99 sits the picturesque Alice Lake Provincial Park. One of the best campgrounds in Squamish, the park is also home to a classic Squamish hike. The 4 Lakes Trail is an easy 6.5 km loop that meanders through creeks, second growth forest and visits four distinct mountain lakes.

The trail is a loop and as such can be started either across the street from the entrance to the Alice Lake Campground in the Stump Lake parking or at Alice Lake itself. If starting on the side opposite the park entrance, follow the trail markers to Stump Lake. The first lake in the hike, Stump is a small lake with peek a boo views of Mt Garibaldi.

From Stump Lake, there is an option to go back to the parking lot or continue on the 4 Lakes Trail. Left takes you further into the trail and towards Cheekeye Creek and then onto Fawn and Edith Lakes. Again, the trail is well marked at each junction and eventually works its way back to Alice Lake proper.

The Central Australian bushwalking program for walks up to the end of April 2018 is now out. View it on our Bushwalks & Activities page .

Peak baggers in Scotland have the Munros – the high peaks over 3000 feet (910 metres) in elevation. In response Bill Wilkinson devised the Tasmanian Abels – the high peaks of Australia’s mountainous southern isle over 1100 metres with a distinct fall of at least 150 metres on all sides.

And now, the Northern Territory has the McDoualls – the high peaks over 1000 metres in elevation with a distinct fall of at least 150 metres on all sides. Read more .

The Central Australian bushwalking program for walks up to the end of April 2018 is now out. View it on our Bushwalks & Activities page .

Peak baggers in Scotland have the Munros – the high peaks over 3000 feet (910 metres) in elevation. In response Bill Wilkinson devised the Tasmanian Abels – the high peaks of Australia’s mountainous southern isle over 1100 metres with a distinct fall of at least 150 metres on all sides.

And now, the Northern Territory has the McDoualls – the high peaks over 1000 metres in elevation with a distinct fall of at least 150 metres on all sides. Read more .

Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.

Roughly 5km north of Squamish on Highway 99 sits the picturesque Alice Lake Provincial Park. One of the best campgrounds in Squamish, the park is also home to a classic Squamish hike. The 4 Lakes Trail is an easy 6.5 km loop that meanders through creeks, second growth forest and visits four distinct mountain lakes.

The trail is a loop and as such can be started either across the street from the entrance to the Alice Lake Campground in the Stump Lake parking or at Alice Lake itself. If starting on the side opposite the park entrance, follow the trail markers to Stump Lake. The first lake in the hike, Stump is a small lake with peek a boo views of Mt Garibaldi.

From Stump Lake, there is an option to go back to the parking lot or continue on the 4 Lakes Trail. Left takes you further into the trail and towards Cheekeye Creek and then onto Fawn and Edith Lakes. Again, the trail is well marked at each junction and eventually works its way back to Alice Lake proper.

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