: The distances and times noted here are one way.
From the campground, head west following the trail to the end of the tent pads. The trail continues above the lake and up to a small pass (Tombstone Pass elevation 1,542 m).
There is a relatively well-marked trail with cairns most of the way, but it does disappear occasionally. Keep to the left of the small lake after the pass and continue along the left edge of the valley. Yellow flagging markers appear when you get closer to the Talus Lake campground.
There are many beautiful alpine cirques with picturesque lakes along the way which you can explore. As you get closer and closer to Talus Lake, the view of Tombstone Mountain gets better and better.
After 6.2 km you will reach Talus Lake. The campground has the same facilities as Grizzly and Divide lakes, with ten tent pads, an outhouse, a cooking shelter, grey water barrel and bear proof lockers for food. There are many options for exploring once settled at the campground. All campers are required to register and pick up a permit from the Tombstone Park Interpretive Centre. Registration
can be done online through the parks website or in person at the centre.