File:LizzieLakeRoad.GPX

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10.3 km; Spur3; Enormous washout right at the bottom, river changed course and took out road. Washout is bypassed by trail; Climbs up from Lillooet Lake to Lizzie Lake; Drive down the Lillooet Lake Road, and keep an eye out (15km marker); Before the washout, this was one of the 10 most used recreational roads in the Pemberton - Lillooet Lake area. There is a cabin at Lizzie Lake, and endless good hiking beyond. Lizzie Creek contains several major forks, each of which are roaded. The north fork accesses the north side of Meadow Dome and Meditation Mountain. The east fork, the south sides of Bellavista Ridge and Lindisfarne Mountain and the north sides of White Lupine Ridge and Anemone Peak. The main branch goes to Lizzie Lake. The southwest fork, towards Cloudraker Mountain and Wild Onion Ridge; Now that the beginning of the road is washed out, you must use a "bypass" trail at the start. The trailhead for the bypass trail is a short distance up the Phacelia Creek road, and is at 50.197198,-122.461219=lizzie trailhead @361m

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current22:31, 4 October 2016 (4 KB)Ghill031 (Talk | contribs)10.3 km; Spur3; Enormous washout right at the bottom, river changed course and took out road. Washout is bypassed by trail; Climbs up from Lillooet Lake to Lizzie Lake; Drive down the Lillooet Lake Road, and keep an eye out (15km marker); Before the wa...
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