Trail Key: M~2~R~RT~V~ST~DF~KF~H
2015-The trail is well marked, you're following: Brothers Creek Forestry Walk start past a gate and rocky wide path to the second TH, go right. At the branch go left.
Crossover Trail (has a picnic table)...keep going up.
At the branch #5 you'll want to see the Candelabra Fir. keep going to 5 & 6. Go right at #6. Once you've seen this large Fir, then return the way you came and once out the trail continue on right.
Not long after you'll come to Brothers Creek Bridge. If you go right for 485 meters for a trip to Lost Lake. It's worth it. Lost Lake can be a perfect lunch spot. Once finished return the way you came. Go right & cross the bridge. After you cross the bridge, there's a trail to the right for 1.2 Km's to view, Blue Gentian Lake. Once back on the main trail, turn right and follow the path down past two TH sign posts.
Go left, down Skyline. You'll go down some nature made stairs, rocks and man made stairs. It's slippery here, take your time. Go over a bridge and a powerful waterfall is there to greet you. Continue up the stairs where it's steep. Be careful as you walk up the wet & slippery stairs.
Now you're back in the forest crossing many bridges. After quite awhile in the forest go down a skinny trail to branch, go right. Follow trail down the rocky wide trail to the street where you parked earlier.
Watch your footing near the stairs on the waterfall and you won't loose any if your nine lives near the waterfall. Happy & safe hiking.
Directions: To get to British Properties and the trail head for Three Brothers. From Hwy one take the Taylor Way exit, you'll come to one roundabout. Turn left onto Southborough Drive and left at Highland Drive. Drive up the hill to Eyremount Drive, turn left here and right onto Crestline Road. Turn left at Henlow Road and then right on Millstream Road. You'll see the trail head at the end of the road. You can park close to the a TH or where ever you can find parking.
I work for Surrey School District as an Education Assistant. In my free time I enjoy hiking, snowshoeing, going off-road, dragon boating, writing & hanging with my huskies.