Yoho National Park
51°27′42″N 116°23′15″W / 51.461708°N 116.387443°W / 51.461708; -116.387443Coordinates: 51°27′42″N 116°23′15″W / 51.461708°N 116.387443°W / 51.461708; -116.387443
Sherbrooke Lake is a lake in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada. The lake is bounded on the west by Mount Ogden 2,695 m (8,842 ft), Mount Niles 2,972 m (9,751 ft) to the north, and Paget Peak on the east side. The lake can be reached by following a three km hiking trail that begins from the Trans-Canada Highway across from Wapta Lake.
Sherbrooke Lake also serves as an access point for mountaineering access to the Waputik Icefield and the Scott Duncan Hut.
List of lakes in Yoho National Park
^ “Sherbrooke Lake”. BC Geographical Names.
Parks Canada – Hikes in Yoho National Park
Hydrography of British Columbia
Gulf of Georgia
Queen Charlotte Sound
Strait of Georgia
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