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Added by Ian Tyley

The lake and views are well worth the hike up. I highly recommend camping as you can witness an amazing sunset and even better sunrise if you are willing to get up that early. A must see!

Continue along Highway #99 northbound towards Whistler . Watch for Garibaldi Provincial Park signs on your right. The turnoff is a small, paved road on the right of the highway that is easy to miss. If you pass over a bridge with a large dam on the right, you have just passed it and will have to find a place to turn around and head back.Accessible from the Rubble Creek parking lot just south of Whistler, the hike begins at the wooden steps along the top section of the parking lot. The first 6km of the trail is a gradual uphill climb through dense forests of Douglas Fir trees. At times, the trail can seem like it goes on forever, however keep moving as the reward will be well worth the effort.

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