This stretch gives you the same panoramic views as the previous, with the entrance off Fife Road. After a short walk though the trees, the trail opens to a gully where Sutherland creek flows beneath. At a moderate pace, the first viewpoint is roughly twenty-five minutes in with two more vantage points not much further on. From here you can see the south end of the lake and Christina Lake village, and well up the highway to the south. Bring your camera!
Drive up Fife Road to the Trans Canada Trail crossing, which you’ll find just around the bend from an old log barn, and land marked by the original Fife station building to your left. Enter the trail through the gates to the right (south).