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Mount St. Benedict Trail

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Enjoy this 11 km hike through the forest following Murdo Creek just to the south. Once you have travelled the logging road portion of the trail, you will begin to hike uphill through a second growth forest. Within half an hour of hiking, you will find yourself at beautiful McKay Lake which lies below a tall cliff of Mount St. Benedict. Follow the trail around the lake to the left side before reaching an area where Murdo Creek drains from the lake. Begin a steep climb uphill to a ridge which flattens out into a small meadow with a pond. Continue on to the view point from where you can see Stave Lake and some of the Fraser Valley.

Category: Fraser Valley BC Rec Site Trails 2 years ago
Chris Ludwig
Created 2 years ago

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