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The Whyte Lake Trail leads off of the Baden Powell Trail just minutes from Horseshoe Bay and follows Whyte Creek southeast to meet up with the Trans-Canada Trail.

Legend goes that Whyte Lake Trail is named after Colonel Albert Whyte who in 1914 pushed for the original name of the area, White Cliff City to be changed to Whytecliff.

Whyte Lake Trail elevation map
Above: An elevation map of the Whyte Lake Trail.

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This trail may be used for hiking.
Skill: 1 out of 4
Coordinates: 49.37605
Rating 0 out of 5 (0 votes)
Distance: 1.45 km
Return Trip: 2.9 km
Elevation: 100m
Trail Type: A to B
Trailhead: Baden Powell Trail about 15 minutes Northeast from the Horseshoe Bay parking lot
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