On Wednesday, Cassy, Forest and I walked around and did of review of one of my favorite trails in town, down by Dorothy Lake. Accessible parking is available at the CP Lodge for tag holders, where is there is an accessible bathroom open events or accessible bathrooms are also available at Kinsmen Beach Park, near by, during summer months starting in April to October.
My mom and I often enjoy walking on this peaceful trail. It is paved all the way around, so it is great for people with mobility devices to go on. It is quite long distance, so, you can get a good walk in. You can also get a good sense of what being outdoors in Invermere is like, what with all the trees surrounding you as you go through it. You often will see painted turtles sitting on a log in the water, or sometimes a blue heron at a great lookout through a pretty clearing in the trees towards the end of the trail.
In the summer, people swim in the pond, use row boats (no motor boats), or fish from a small dock that is stationed on land now, but will be out by summer. The area is only for fishing by kids under 12 and those needing mobility access.
This is a great walk to go on by yourself, or with friends. When you come to our valley, check out this gem!