Pease Lake in Mount Work Park. Highlands, Victoria BC.
Largely surrounded by Douglas fir and cedar trees, Pease Lake is a quiet, little known beauty found at the fringes of Mount Work Park. Pease Lake is particularly well-suited for cyclists, as the nearest parking lot is further up Durrance Road at the entrance to the park. Trees and a handful of private homes surround most of the shoreline, so it’s best to count on being in the water for this one. Bring a float-tube if you are fishing or an air mattress if you are swimming.
Pease Lake as seen from Ross Durrance Road.
For Pease Lake trail maps, photographs, directions, and much more practical information get a copy of the Secret Lakes of Southern Vancouver Island Guidebook.
In the full book you’ll find details on facilities, swimming, hiking, fishing, boating, kids, dogs, and plenty more for 25 lakes in Victoria, Sooke and Saanich.
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Watch the forest glide by as you swim through clean, warm waters on a hot summer’s day. Admire the wildflowers as you hike to a secluded lake, or spend a sunny afternoon with the whole family on the beach.
From fishing for trout with eagles overhead to enjoying a peaceful morning at the lake shore, the lakes of southern Vancouver Island are a fantastic way to get outside.
The Secret Lakes of Southern Vancouver Island Guidebook is packed full with 152 pages of maps, photographs, quick reference, top ten lists and history.
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Packed with maps, directions, quick reference and Top Ten lists, the full book covers 25 lakes in Victoria, Sooke and Saanich with detailed information on:
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