This should have been called an exploratory hike. The route to the closest end of Rossiter Lake was the same as used by the Snowshoe Group about a year and a half ago. Since that time the forest beside a short stretch of logging road has been clear cut. Maps and trip reports indicated two trails between Rossiter and Divers Lakes which form a loop. One of the trails was in good condition and took us to a beautiful view at Divers Lake. The other trail has become overgrown at the Divers Lake end and was steep and in poor condition at the other end. Hence the exploratory nature of the hike. Armed with the discoveries from this hike it would be easy to return in the future to enjoy the views and skip the deteriorated trails. As with our snowshoe adventure, the 2 km long steady climb back up to our vehicles was breath taking, and not for the scenery. Thanks to Steve Ray and Bill Jorgensen for the pictures. To view or download Bill's pictures from this hike click here.