Marion Lake Trail

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Columbia-Shuswap Regional District, British Columbia

pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/bc/glacier/activ/randonee-hiking

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The Marion Lake Trail is a hiking trail located in Glacier National Park. Length - 3.6 km Hiking time - 1.25 hours (uphill) Elevation Change - 1245 to 1706 m (461m) The Abbott Ridge trail passes by Marion Lake on its way to the ridge. From Marion Lake, hikers can take a short side trip to a viewpoint above the Trans Canada Highway. From this viewpoint, you can see trains coming from or going into the Connaught tunnel. The tunnel was completed in 1916, as a way to protect rail traffic from the deadly avalanches of Rogers Pass

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Lat: 51.263403 Lng: -117.491375

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User 47857

Steep forested hike along the first leg of the abbot ridge trail to Marion Lake. 4.4km 2.5 hours 425 m elevation gain (info vc Rogers pas)#8

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