Length: 4.1 km
Condition: Recently fixed, good trail markers
General Route: Runs up the west side of Cerise Creek. While not technically in Joffre Lake's Provincial Park and not a BC Parks Triail, this trail does provides access to the Anniversary Glacier, the Joffre Group and Kieth's Hut.
How to Find: From Pemberton, drive west up the Duffey Lake road. Drive past the Marriott Sand Shed and continue about 4 km till you are opposite Cerise Creek. See Cerise Creek Parking Lot on GMap. Pull off on the right, just after the no stopping zone sign, but before the second one.
Trail Description: From the parking spot on Duffey Lake road, the trail goes down and cross Cayoosh Creek, then climbs up the other side till it hits the decommissioned Cerise Creek main. Walk along the Cerise main less than 1 km, then fork right onto an old logging spur (visible on satellite). From the end of the spur, the trail continues south. It has markers all the way.
Toward the southern end, the trail has a fork after a minor creek crossing. The right fork will lead to a steep climb up a talus slope that exits into meadows very near Keith's Hut. The left fork climbs more gradually and passes the terminal moraine of the Anniversary Glacier before entering the meadows surrounding Keith's Hut.
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