Biggar Lake Campsite #10


Topography of under-water approach: : Rock and gravel.

Impediments to disembarking from and/or unloading a canoe: 2 landing areas. Landing at west side of site can accomodate 1 canoe. Landing at east side is protected somewhat from wind but must load/unload over a rocky shore.

Topography to tent sites: From west landing, a carry up and over of approx. 10m to firepit or tentpad. From east landing an easy carry to the tentpad.

East landing area.

West landing area.

Looking from path to thunderbox at western landing area.


Campsite maintenance: Regular

Open ground area: 15m x 7m.

Extent of tree cover: 20% .

Degree of levelness: Level only at tentpad.

Number of tent sites: 1.

North exposure: trees.

East exposure: trees and view of lake.

South exposure: view of lake.

West exposure: trees.

General description: Only 1 place level enough to tent on. Very significant slope throughout the site. Very open sunny site, well protected from any westerly wind.

Overall accessibility: The slope from the west landing, and the rocks at the east landing make accessibility a slight concern.


Looking from path to thunderbox.

Tentpad is quite level.

Thanks to Jeffrey McMurtrie of Maps By Jeff for supplying the base map.

Submission by Chris Taylor Feb. 2017   ... visited September 2016