Located right on the highway, Summit Lake is a beautiful small mountain lake, nestled between spectacular mountains. It marks the northern boundary of the Slocan Valley and Area H of the Regional District of the Central Kootenays

As the highest community on Highway 6 in the Valley, Summit Lake is home to Summit Lake Ski and Snowboard Area, the only lift-serviced ski hill in the Valley. There are also a couple of nice campgrounds right on the water, including in Summit Lake Provincial Park. The lake and the marsh are the headwaters of Bonanza Creek, which drains into Slocan Lake. In the fall, thousands of western toads emerge from the clear waters and head into the nearby forest to hibernate for the winter.

The Nakusp range of the Selkirk Mountains rises over 500 metres (1,500 feet) above the lake, creating a beautiful backdrop while you swim, fish, and relax. This is an easy access lake and the rainbow and cutthroat trout make this a beautiful spot to spend some time.

Add in the possibility of seeing mountain goats on the rocky mountainsides, and other wildlife such as beaver, muskrat, otter, weasel, deer, elk, black bear, grizzly bears, cougar, herons, osprey, bald and grey eagles, hawk, owls, humming birds and the occasional moose and yeti, Summit Lake is an easily accessible Kootenay experience  while yielding great reward.

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