Vancouver Hiking Trails RatingBurnaby Lake Regional Park has a series of trails that add up to 9 kilometres if done in a circular route around the lake. There are in fact 19 kilometres of trails in the park. The various trails include the 2.6 kilometres Cottonwood Trail, the 1.8 kilometres. Brunette Headwaters Trail, the 0.8 kilometres Avalon Trail which connects the Burnaby Equestrian Centre with the Southshore Trail.

  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProHidden oasis in the city
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProBird watchers will love it
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProWonderful escape from the world
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProUnexpectedly large park
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProVery nice, wide trails
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProVery dog friendly
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProEasy family friendly trails
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ConHuge park often gets busy
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ConNot bike friendly
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ConLots to see, but not stunning

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The 3.4 kilometres 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.  Hiking 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.  There are several access points to Burnaby Lake Regional Park.  The four main access points are the Burnaby Sports Complex entrance, the Glencarin Traiilhead entrance, the Avalon Avenue entrance and the Piper Avenue Entrance.

Burnaby Lake Regional Park

Directions to Burnaby Lake

Driving - Vancouver Hiking TrailsThe easiest place to start hiking in Burnaby Lake Park is to start at the Nature House on Piper Avenue.  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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