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Gates Lake, also known as Birken Lake, Tenass Lake, Halfway Lake, and Summit Lake, is a small lake located at the summit of the Pemberton Portagemarker area of the one-time Lakes Route through the Coast Mountainsmarker, located at the summit of a low pass connecting the Upper and Lower Lillooet Country of the Southern Interior of British Columbia. Birken Lake sits at the divide between the Birkenheadmarker and Gatesmarker-Setonmarker drainage, known as the Pemberton Passmarker or Mosquito Pass, and is part of the Gates Rivermarker drainage.

There are numerous recreational residences surrounding the lake, and a small lodge and cabins and the area's only small store (the Birkenhead Resort) on its northwestern side, adjacent to the main road to D'Arcymarker, which follows the road-grade of the older Douglas Road used by the Lakes Route. Birkenhead Peakmarker (aka Mount Birkenhead) is located above the lake to its northwest, while the Cayoosh Range is located to its southeast, with the Place Glacier partly visible from below. A campground with another set of cabins as well as camping, the Whispering Falls Resort, is just northest of the lake, below its outlet of the lake. The tracks of the Canadian National Railway, originally the Pacific Great Eastern/British Columbia Railway, run along the lake's northwestern shore in front of the Birkenhead Resort.

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