Rohr Lake Trail

Follow a forested trail to a subalpine lake and some scrambling, ski touring objectives.

Statistics

Total Distance: 15.0 km (return)
Estimated Time: 4 hours
Average Grade: 5.7%
Structure: Linear - Return
Elevation Gain: 430 m
Start Elevation: 1370 m
Max Elevation: 1800 m

Directions

Follow Highway 99 North to Mount Currie, then turn right for Lillooet(Duffy Lake rd). Go 26km past Mt Currie which is 5 km past Joffre Lakes Provincial Park, just past the Cayoosh Creek bridge #1, turn left onto the Cayoosh Creek Forest Service Road. You will know if you're in the right place if you see a large salt shed on the right (green roof) very close (200m) to the turnoff. If you have 4WD, travel the FSR 2 km to the trailhead - the road was recently brushed out by the Whistler ACC in summer '06.

Details

This trail shares the same start as the Marriot Basin trail (http://www.clubtread.com/Routes/Route.aspx?Route=103). At the junction with a little sign nailed to a tree - follow the arrow with Rohr on it.

Eventually you will end up into a little sub alpine basin, and the trail becomes a little hard to find. In summer, the best way is to follow the slope up to your right, and you will end up a few metres above the lake. The section from the subalpine basin to the lake is steep and can be very muddy, even in dry weather.

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