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Munro Lake Trail
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Munro Lake Trail trail map
Drive East on Barnet Hwy which turns into Lougheed Hwy. Turn right on Coast Meridian Coast. Drive 3Km north until you come into Victoria Dr. Turn right. At 1.4Km, the road branches. Take the left branch. The road will become Quarry Rd. Drive pass Minnekhada Regional Park. The road will become gravel but is in good condition. After crossing the first bridge over Diener Creek, drive for 300m. The trailhead is on the left side. It is about 5.5Km drive from Victoria Dr branch.
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Rex @ Munro Lake Trail
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Nov 25, 2012
Lots of pros and one con here folks... The Munro trail is in decent shape pretty much right up to the lake... snow starts soon after the first lookout but pretty patchy, but by the time you crest the ridge it's pretty much constant... I imagine with one or two more weekends you may want snowshoes. (And especially if you are attempting Dennet Lake) The trail is marked... lol... well almost over-marked if that is possible just before the lake... felt a little like Christmas with all the flagging tap and metal chips everywhere : ) ... but once you circle around the base of the lake on your way to Dennet, we found the markers just stopped and we were not able to pick them up again, so we started bushwhacking in Dennet's general direction... within 15 minutes of this we made a group decision to turn back and conquer this another day. Overall a nice place to visit...good place to burn some calories and seems to be less frequented trail so if you are just out for the workout and it's local
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Pardeep @ Munro Lake Trail
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Nov 19, 2011
Jo @ Munro Lake Trail
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Nov 06, 2011
After reading a post from someone on LiveTrails we decided to give it a go. We were pleasantly surprised at how much we enjoyed the trail. We took the extra couple of minutes to do the lookout loop and recommend others do so too especially on a clear day - you can see to Vancouver Island. We were a wee bit surprised to find snow as we got closer to the lake and the lake itself was mostly covered with ice and snow! The funny thing is we came from Abby on the thought that heading west opposed to Manning Park would be snow free. Oh well it only added to the enjoyment. We did this along with the lookout and some photo taking in just under 4 hours. We definitely will head up again and go to Dennett Lake next time.
Ahmad @ Munro Lake Trail
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Oct 17, 2010
Munro Lake is impressive. It felt great to be there and I stayed there as much as I could. However, the trail that leads to it, is mediocre. There is almost no views. The south viewpoint is a sunny spot but it is quite treed and is hard to see beyond them. The trail is generally well marked but there are several branches and they can be confusing. The trail deteriorates when it reaches the mountain plateau. There seems to be a newly constructed section which I tried on the way back and it is in better condition than the one that I took on the way up. Overall, it is worth to explore especially giving its proximity.
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Kevin @ Munro Lake Trail
Date: Feb 06, 2010
There was snow on the last part of the trail easily doable without snow shoes.
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