Length: 4.2 km
Condition: Well marked trail on road then on constructed trail.
General Route: Starts at the Edwards-Bachelor fork and runs along old logging road, then cuts down to W end of Edwards Lake. Then goes east on the north side of the lake to the cabin.
How to Find: From either parking lot, continue hiking up the road until you come to a big signposted fork between Bachelor trail and Edwards trail. Turn left.
Trail Description: The trail starts with a fine gravel path on top of an old road surface. Various efforts were made to disguise the old road such as dragging old stumps up onto the road. After 0.8km you come to Victors Landing which has signposts. Continuing on at 2.1 km the route of the trail leaves the old road surface and goes down toward Edwards Lake. As you approach the lake at 2.4km, you will come to a triple trail marker marking the junction with the Mayne Lake trail. Continue north along the edge of Edwards Lake, and then wrap around to go east. The trail is some distance from the lake such that the lake is not visible. The trail goes past the end of the lake and continues uphill to the Edwards Lake cabin. Note that the cabin is far past the end of Edwards Lake.
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