Dilly Dally Trail is a 15 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and trail running and is accessible from July until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
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Correction its called the halvor lunden trail! Aka dilly salt trail!
Me and my friends accomplished this unbelievable trail!This trail is also known as the havoc trail! So when walking the service trail you bump into the havoc trail then your heading the right way! Takes anther 2 maybe 3 km until you reach the flagged post that states dilly daly trail! There you pick up instruction on how to get to the summit and down! PICK THIS SHEET UP! We would have got lost easily without it! The details on this sheet help you and also motivate you since there step by step guide! Don't forget to detour to the 157 lookout that you will bump into! It's breathtaking and only a foreshadow of what is next to come! Once you reach 1000 m you still have 250 m to go and trust me thats when you get discouraged! We stop at one of the rocks to rest,eat, and warm up with a fire! Only after to realize that the summit was another 10 min hike up!! There you get to a spectacular view that I'm not going to tell because you have go hike it to see it! Going down is also a challenge when you get to the fork in the path we choose the Swan falls trail that is steep but takes less time! Instead of taking the eagle ridge trail that is a longer trail but moderate steepness! Even though we took swan falls it tooks us 4 hours so take your time and be careful because it's easy to hurt yourself up there and hard for someone to rescue you (since the trail is harsh as hell)! YOU MUST BRING WATER AND LOTS of it! We had some sugar to munch on that gave is a good boost in energy! If you do by chance run of water on the hike there is the dilly dally creek where you can fill up!! The water is gorgeous and super clean, the instruction will tell you where to fill up! Overall awesome hike and make sure you start early because it took us 11 hours to do and we made it right before the gates close! oh btw there is reception there the whole hike, had full bars and 3G!