A Beautiful Hike to Watersprite Lake in Squamish B.C. Canada.
August 24, 2020
Take a hike with Richard and Atlas up to the majestic lake that is Watersprite, in beautiful Squamish, British Columbia, Canada.
We spent our Saturday exploring more of the west coast and boy was it worth it on this one. The parking lot is located at a dam site which was interesting all on its own! From there the hike begins a gradual climb up and around into the bowl where Watersprite lake is located in all its glory. There is a hut that is available to use under normal circumstances but it is currently closed.
It was a busy hike with a lot of campers at the top but it was absolutely worth it and encourage anyone who is willing to get out and stretch your legs!
Our journey was approximately 21.5km round trip with about 700m of elevation according to my GPS.
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Atlas and I are out on another adventure together conquering the beautiful hike to Radium Lake. Our original plan was to hike up to the top of Mount Webb but due to the rain storm we had a few days ago there was far to much snow for us to safely ascend to the top. We hike about 18km with an elevation gain of 1500 meters to and from Radium Lake. Lots of fungi, rivers and views! We hope you enjoy the video as much as we enjoyed making it!