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Tatjana P wrote a review Jul 2019
North Vancouver, Canada10 contributions1 helpful vote
Weather you are walking on your own, in a group or with your favourite pet this is such a relaxing walk through the forest along the river. The paths have been well maintained with lots of spots to rest.
Date of experience: July 2019
Dr RS wrote a review Aug 2018
Birmingham, United Kingdom37 contributions40 helpful votes
A wonderful trek with some amazing views. Make sure you have hiking footwear! A lovely treat to get your feet into the crisp cold flowing water.
Date of experience: August 2018
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Maggy12 wrote a review Jul 2017
North Vancouver, Canada47 contributions16 helpful votes
This is the most pleasant and easiest hike you can do within a very short walk from a main thoroughfare and bus line. It is also a dog friendly trial, with little bridges and ponds along the way. Lots of views of Lynn Creek and places to stop and rest or picnic by the river. We walk this trail often and it is never very crowded. You can return on the same trail or continue on to the Lynn Headwaters park, where an abundance of more strenuous trails begin.…
Date of experience: July 2017
sharonpW7579DG wrote a review Dec 2016
North Vancouver3 contributions
This is one of our favourite walks- connects the entrance to the park with the overflow parking neighbourhood and parking lots below the headwaters entrance. It rambles along the river and has some nice boardwalks.
Date of experience: June 2016
Insightful_Dawna wrote a review Aug 2016
Vancouver, B.C.10 contributions5 helpful votes
This is an easy trail that follows along the river. IN the spring I've seen Dippers (small brown bird that dives into rapids while doing knee bends) and occasionally mergansers ( a fast water/ocean diving bird). If you have a small dog keep it close, Coyotes live along this trail and are fast. To them, a small unleashed dog is a snack. Since you're in their territory, best to respect them and keep you dog alive. …
Date of experience: July 2016