Length: 1.6 km
Condition: Well travelled to Bachelor Lake
General Route: From the Edwards-Bachelor junction goes SW on old logging road, then leaves road and goes SE across the divide between Tannis Lake and Bachelor Lake.
How to Find: From either parking lot, follow the road up till you get to a signposted fork. Left is Edwards Lake trail, right is Bachelor Lake trail.
Trail Description: From the upper parking lot, walk up the road to the Edwards-Bachelor junction (Jct 96). It is signposted. At the junction, take the right fork. You are still on an old logging road, but it has partially grown in, with the willows cleared to make a path up the center. Continue till you come to a point where you turn left off the logging road and onto a constructed trail. These days you can't miss this turn because the old Mayne lake spur beyond is totally overgrown and useless.
Once you are on the constructed part of the trail you soon see Tannis lake on your left. The trail goes southeast along the ridge between Tannis Lake and Bachelor Lake. Eventually you cross the stream coming from Bachelor lake and then eventually you see the green roof of the Bachelor Lake cabin. You will come to a T intersection in sight of the cabin. If you continue a short distance past the cabin, you come to the Victor-Mayne fork (Fork 95). We regard this as the final end of the Bachelor Lake table.
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