Parkbus - Bus to Alice Lake

Alice Lake

Provincial Park

Alice Lake is surrounded by towering mountains, dense forests and grassy areas. There are four fresh water lakes that dominate the landscape and make swimming and fishing very enjoyable pastimes. The trail around Alice Lake is a popular one for an evening stroll and for the more adventurous there is the Four Lakes Trail. This is a favourite family park.

75 km From Vancouver
1 hour 15 min
school bus

Ticket Prices

  • Regular rate$49
  • Students / Seniors$44
  • Children$25
  • Regular rate$35
  • Students / Seniors$32
  • Children$18

This is not a guided trip, unless you are signing up for ActiveDays trip.



ActiveDays BC - Free Guided Hikes Programme (June 16 and August 25 only)


On June 16 and August 25, join our ActiveDays leader Sophia Yang on a hike! We will take on the popular Four Lakes Trail, a 6km length trail where you get to experience all four beautiful lakes via more a low-elevation stroll. In addition, we will also be hiking the more strenuous DeBeck's Hill Trail, which offers stunning views of the ice-capped Tantalus Range to the west and Mount Garibaldi to the east.


A popular camping spot in the summer, Alice Lake contains a network of hiking trails perfect for those looking to get outdoors for a nice walk. The Four Lakes Trail offers a scenic easy hike that loops around the park and passes lakes, creeks, and groves of Cedar, Hemlock, and Douglas Fir trees.


To join this ActiveDays Group Hike, simply use “activedaysbc” referral code when buying your Parkbus tickets.


This is a trip not to be missed. Come out and enjoy not only one, but two picturesque trails with us! Make new friends, visit new places, and see how the outdoors is closer to the city than you think!


ActiveDays is a community. This is an inclusive space to meet new people, share stories and have fun! To us, there is no better place to get to know someone than the outdoors. We all share a desire to get out, explore and stretch our legs.


Join the ActiveDays BC group to be a part of our growing community of outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers! https://www.facebook.com/groups/220176382078204/


Stops in Alice Lake Provincial Park

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Alice Lake Office

The bus will drop you off at the office for Alice Lake. The trailheads as well as the beach are all walking distance away.

Estimated Arrival
09:30 AM

Departure
04:30 PM

Pickup Locations In Vancouver

Bank of China

Our buses stop outside Bank of China, near Burrard Skytrain Station, at 1025 Dunsmuir Street!

Departure
08:00 AM

Estimated Return
06:00 PM

Frequently Asked Questions

What hikes can I go on?


There are 10 trails in this park and they include: The Four Lakes Trail, Mike's Loop, Stump Lake Loop Trail, Alice Lake Loop Trail, Swamp Lantern Interpretive Loop Trail, Bob MacIntosh Memorial Trail, Jacks Trail, DeBeck's Hill Trail, Tracks from Hell Trail and trails to the Lower Alice Ridge. The last five trails head out of the park. For your own safety and preservation of the park, obey posted signs and keep to designated trails. Shortcutting trails destroy plant life and soil structure.


For maps and trail descriptions click here .


Is there a public picnic area?


There is a day-use/picnicking area with picnic tables and parking area. There are no covered shelters. There is a grassy area and 3 sandy beach areas. The main toilet building has a change area. There are no fire rings or fires permitted in the day-use area.


Is there a place to buy food or water?


There is a concession kiosk at Centre Beach that sells beach toys, hot and cold drinks and snacks. All Paddle Sport payments are processed through the concession.


Can I rent paddle sport equipment like boats or stand up paddleboards?


Yes, you can rent those from the rental kiosk located at Centre Beach. A valid picture government issued identification is required for all rentals. Payments for rentals are made at the concession hut at the main beach. Cash and Credit are accepted.


Are there bears?


Yes, bears can be encountered throughout summer months and it is very important to educate yourself with bear safety when visiting these wild places. For more information on bear safety click here .


For maps and more information on Alice Lake Provincial Park please visit BC Parks' website .

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