Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park is a 4,448-acre park in British Columbia. The highlight of the park is its namesake, Kinaskan Lake. We stopped here for the afternoon on our dash through Canada to reach Seattle in a week. We were fortunate to find a campsite right on the lake with a terrific view of the Todagin Mountains.
We hiked along the shore of Kinaskan Lake on a trail that was flooded over as shown, so we had to turn back.
We threw some dog treats in the water to see how far Shadow would swim to retrieve them. He swam out a couple times, but by the third time, I think he’d had enough of the cold water. Darby loves the water, but only up to her belly. She won’t wade any deeper than that, even for a treat.
There were many people on the lake fishing. Apparently Rainbow Trout are abundant in this lake and average 1 foot in length.
The next morning it was sunny and clear, but we had to resume our quick journey south.