Distance: 380 m
Time: 4 – 8 min
Elevation Gain: 0 m
Elevation Loss: 9 m

Technical Rating: Beginner
Physical Rating: Easy
Season: March – November
Permit Required: No

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Mosquito Lake Trail is located in the Mosquito Lake Area and also referred to as Sadies. It may be ridden in either direction, providing direct access to the beautiful Mosquito Lake. Check out the picnic area with a table to eat at, access the dock and jump in for a swim, or just take in the great views of the tranquil lake by riding this route. Access to the trail is directly from the Mosquito Lake parking lot. The trail is rated beginner and is found to be mostly flat, making it a fun trail to play on for the beginner rider.

Mosquito Lake Trail runs through a heavily wooded area along a wide singletrack route. It links directly with Lake Loop, another easy, albeit intermediate, trail in the area. Beginner riders will enjoy combining Mosquito Lake Trail with the eastern section of Lake Loop and Mosquito Lake Road for a short scenic loop around the lake.

TRAILHEAD | N50 20.304 W122 45.013 (WEST)

From Pemberton drive northeast along Hwy 99. Continue on through the town of Mount Currie and keep north on Portage Road. Look for the Reid Road turnoff. Take a left onto Reid Road and continue up the paved road all the way to the gravel junction. Take a left onto Linda Road and just a few hundred metres up, a right onto Mosquito Lake Road. Take Mosquito Lake Road (stay on the well-defined gravel path) to the turn off for the Mosquito Lake Parking area. Turn left, park and begin your ride from the well-marked trailhead starting at the parking lot.


N50 20.304 W122 45.013 (west access)
N50 20.240 W122 44.743 (east access)

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