Hike and swim at Croteau Lake

This is a leisurely hike on good trails to a beautiful mountain lake in Strathcona Provincial Park.

Join Courtenay Recreation for a beautiful hike and swim on Croteau Lake on Aug. 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

This is a leisurely hike on good trails to a beautiful mountain lake in Strathcona Provincial Park, where you will stop for a lunch and a swim.

Total time round trip is approximately five hours and participants should have some hiking experience, wear good hiking boots, bring rain gear and lunch.

The hike itself is rated as moderate with some moderately hard uphill sections. The minimum age is eight and the group will have a maximum of 18 hikers.

Register for this hike by calling Courtenay Recreation at 250-338-1000 or 250-338-5371.

— Courtenay Recreation

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