Directions: Drive past Squamish. Turn left on the Squamish Valley Road and continue to a bridge. After the bridge, turn right onto the Paradise Valley Road and once at Evans Lake Forest Education Center, park there.
There’s a rocky path in the beginning as you follow the Copper Bush Trail. For the first half of the hike, follow the traditional orange markers. Soon the trail begins to level out to a dirt & sometimes rocky path.
Go left at Copper Bush Trail and carry on through the mossy green forest. For a quick side view, go right to Copper Bush Pond. Return to the main trail and go right at the sign.
Soon you'll come to your first lookout. After you’ve had a look carry on under a log blow down, down a steep trail where you hear the creek. The trail continues to snake in the mossy forest.
As you walk along there are many view points. Soon you cross a creek and then a flat dirt path. As you come down the path a beautiful mini waterfall is on your right.
Cross a small bridge, turn right and follow the road. Note: on way up after second wooden bridge note trail on left as you will take it on the way down. You will follow yellow markers. Keep going and eventually you’ll see a red gate at top of road. Go left down trail where there's a sign post. Within seconds is a pit toilet and around is Levette Lake through the bushes. Go here. The view is stunning with many mountains looking down at you from far across the lake.
Follow the trail back out on to the road and over the bridge and down to where you saw the trail earlier on your left, now on your right. Follow the rocky trail winter has been fierce leaving branches thrown everywhere. Soon the trail branches to the left with two yellow markets. It's a skinny trail that comes out to a rocky outcrop with views peaking through the tree. Go down the rooty rocky trail and down a slippery once carved log of steps. Walk across a broken log bridge and up to a rocky outcrop.
Keep going down the rooty trail onto a wide path to a branch and a sign post with a map. Take the Fraser Burrard trail to Evan’s Lake. Go down the steep trail. Once at the bottom the creek is there. Don't go over the bridge. Instead go right along the trail to Evans Lake. Walk along sketchy boardwalks. Once you see the lake head back the way you came, up to the creek and cross the bridge. Walk towards the camp and where it says, Public Access go left & across a small bridge and up the rocky old creek bed to the road. Once there go right and down the road a bit to where you parked earlier. Happy & safe trails.