Brohm Lake


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Squamish, BC, Canada - Brohm Lake is a small 13 hectare lake with a 5 Km (3 mi.) loop trail exploring the shoreline, the dense forest and some surrounding bluffs. The gravel - earthy trail through the forest is mostly level and considered an easy grade trail. However, be reminded there are sections of the trail which do involve elevation hiking when seeking views from some of the higher rock bluffs. This section of the trail requires avoiding exposed tree roots and loose rocks.

Brohn Lake attracts families and adventure seekers who enjoy a good day of hiking, mountain biking, swimming, sightseeing, canoeing, kayaking or fishing. All groups who visit the area hace access to a small picnic area, swimming area, the recreation trails and the easy access boat launch for launching canoes and kayaks.

Nearby, around the Brohm Lake area, is another 11 Km (6.7 mi.) network of trails mainly used by mountain bikers and hearty hikers leading deeper into the 400 hectare Lodgepole Pine and Douglas Fir forest. From some of the viewpoints one can see the Tantalus Mountain Range.

Hikers and mountain bikers will thoroughly enjoy the connecting interpretive trails wandering through the bluffs and forest. Experienced mountain bikers with a good knowledge of the Squamish area can continue biking deeper into the forest eventually connecting up to the Cat Lake, Alice Lake and Garibaldi Highlands hiking and biking trails.

Brohm Lake is a day use recreational site only. There is no overnight camping and the parking lot is gated after hours.

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How To Get ToBrohm Lake

From Squamish, British Columbia, Canada head north on the Sea to Sky Highway (Hwy 99). Continue north past Garibaldi Highlands and Alice Lake Provincial Park keeping an eye out for the directional signs leading to Brohm Lake.
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