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Burnaby Lake - Vancouver Hiking

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Burnaby Lake Regional Park


Burnaby Lake Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in VancouverBurnaby Lake Regional Park has a series of trails that add up to 9k if done in a circular route around the lake.  There are in fact 19k of trails in the park.  The various trails include the 2.6k Cottonwood Trail, the 1.8k.Burnaby Lake Boardwalk

Brunette Headwaters Trail, the .8k Avalon Trail which connects the Burnaby Equestrian Centre with the Southshore Trail.  The 3.4k Southshore Trail, and the smaller trails, Conifer Loop, Spruce Trail Loop and the Pavillion Trail.

Burnaby Lake is often alive with activity.  Whether on the water or around it.  Over 400 types of creatures live in the area.  Bald eagles, ospreys, herons, beavers and ducks are all frequently seen.

Burnaby Lake Canoeing in VancouverHiking and birdwatching are the main draws to the park, however, canoeing, rowing and kayaking are also done here.  The Burnaby Canoe and Kayak Club and the Burnaby Lake Rowing Club practice here quite often.

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Directions to Burnaby Lake Regional Park


Burnaby Lake Parking in VancouverThe easiest place to start hiking in Burnaby Lake Park is to start at the Nature House on Piper Ave.  From the Lougheed Highway in Burnaby, turn south on Brighton Ave, then right on Winston Ave, then left on Piper Ave.

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Burnaby Mountain - Easy Vancouver Hiking TrailsBest Easy Hiking Trails in VancouverBurnaby Mountain, just 30 minutes east of downtown Vancouver has a nice network of popular trails with fantastic views of Vancouver, Burrard Inlet and beyond.  The trails link to the wonderful Trans Canada Trail.  The Trans Canada Trail when completed in 2017 will stretch from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific and up to the Arctic Ocean.  When completed it will be a 23000 kilometre multi-use, hiking/biking/walking trail that spans North America.  The Burnaby Mountain trails are all fairly easy and well laid out.  All combined the trails probably add up to less than 10k, so expect to wander around for 1-3 Deer Lake - Easy Vancouver Hiking Trailshours.  Parking is free and there is a beautiful restaurant with amazing views called Horizons Restaurant which you shouldn't miss. Deer Lake Park is a mecca for outdoor activities and cultural life in Burnaby.  Whether you want to visit and art gallery or see and outdoor concert, Deer Lake Park is the place you will find it.  Your kids will love the park for the beach, the playground, the water activities and the Burnaby Village Museum.  So much to see and always something happening, make Deer Lake Park fun for everyone.  In the summer months the park comes alive with outdoor Stanley Park at Prospect Pointconcerts and lake activities and in the off season it is a relaxing park to go for a quiet walk around the scenic trails.  All of this just a short drive from downtown Vancouver! Stanley Park in downtown Vancouver is a beautiful and astoundingly huge network of hiking/walking/biking trails.  An estimated 8 million hikers, walkers, rollerbladers and cyclists visit the park yearly.  The wonderful spider web of trails throughout the park add up to a Deep Cove Lookout - Easy Vancouver Hiking Trailsstaggering 200 kilometres, which explains how the park generally feels serene and relatively quiet most days despite its phenomenal popularity.  Any visit to Vancouver should include a wander around Stanley Park.  Everything about it is beautiful.  The seawall, the huge trees, the ocean views, small beaches, the gardens.  The Vancouver Aquarium is a great sight to see as well as the various landmarks scattered throughout the park.  The pitch and putt golf course, the seaside swimming pool, the Theatre Under the Stars, the Nine O'Clock Gun, Siwash Rock and of course the Hollow Tree. Pacific Spirit Park - Easy Vancouver Hiking Trails Finally, seeing the Lions Gate Bridge from below as you pass under via the seawall is quite a sight.  The Kitsilano beaches begin as soon as you cross the Burrard Bridge and enter the residential paradise of Kitsilano.  Though only this first beach is named Kitsilano Beach, you can walk from one beach to the next via some short and scenic residential detours.  So you can connect the beautiful Kitsilano Beach to Jericho Beach, then Kitsilano Beaches - Easy Vancouver Hiking TrailsLocarno Beach then Spanish Bank Beach.  Walking them all will add up to about 8k (one way) of wonderfully varied beaches, parks, marinas, the enormous Kits Pool and endless vantage points to English Bay and Burrard Inlet.  This is not a hiking route but rather a fantastic beach walk anytime of the year.  With the changing weather and seasons change the wonderful feel you get walking around Vancouver.  Pacific Spirit Park surrounds the University of British Columbia on the shores of Georgia Straight.  The park has a beautiful array of trails, 73 kilometres in total, that run along beaches, Lighthouse Park - Vancouversome old growth forest and even a bog.  The network of trails interconnects so often that you can do small 15 minute sections if that is all you are after.  Pacific Spirit Park is one of Vancouver's most popular parks and located in the wonderful and expensive neighbourhood, Point Grey.  You can wander the park for hours if you want as there are an endless number of trails heading in all directions. The park is open during daylight hours and there Cypress Falls - Easy Vancouver Hiking Trailsare plenty of washrooms and food stands.  Most trails are hard packed gravel and only the occasional elevation change.  More than 50 of the 73 kilometres of trails are designated as multi-use, allowing for biking and horseback riding as well as hiking/walking.  Much of the park is in deep forest, however, stairs lead to various beaches along the ocean.  Steep stairs descend through thick forest to finally open up at these unexpectedly beautiful beaches.  Lighthouse Park is an extraordinarily little known piece of paradise, so close to to Vancouver as to see its tall buildings, yet immersed into a Lynn Canyon Park - Easy Vancouver Hiking Trailsdramatically beautiful coastal rainforest.  A wonderful network of hiking trails winds throughout massive Douglas-fir trees and Western Red Cedars as well as golden Arbutus trees stretching toward the ocean.  There are so many great aspects of this hike.  The first is the beautiful drive to get there.  Marine Drive spectacularly hugs the rugged and steep coast of West Vancouver.  This beautiful stretch of road is a great attraction to Lighthouse Park as it takes you along an easily overlooked, yet beautiful area of Vancouver.  Another great attraction to the park is the wonderful variation of trails.  They stretch out in several directions in the thick forest, each leading to breathtaking ocean viewpoints.

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