Distance 4.5 km return, height gain 30 m, easy
A flattish forest walk around a string of fishing lakes named after ranger Jock Hogarth. This is a popular snowshoe loop in winter.
Start: Hwy. 742 (Smith-Dorrien/Spray Trail) at Burstall Pass parking lot.
Difficulty: For the most part you follow the red markers of the snowshoe trail along logging roads. So while the walking is easy, you may be thwarted by Burstall Creek crossing if logs aren’t in place. Just in case they’re not, carry Tevas and hiking poles.
Note: Be alert for bears.

Please refer to the trail description in the guidebook, especially for unofficial, off-trail hikes.
Kananaskis Country Trail Guide Volume 1 Trail #87A

Trailhead: Burstall Pass 50.790847N, -115.303494W

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Last updated Dec 3, 2016