Looking for a great trail near Cumberland, British Columbia? AllTrails has 17 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Duck Lake Protected Area, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Grant County Park or Grenquist Park. Ready for some activity? There are 13 moderate trails in Cumberland ranging from 1.2 to 11.4 miles and from 367 to 4,124 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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muddy
7 days ago

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rocky
scramble
26 days ago

10 km loop

hiking
1 month ago

This Hardy Road entrance to Seal Bay Park is NO WHERE NEAR CUMBERLAND. Closest community to Seal Bay is Courtenay, British Columbia. The Hardy Road entrance has a new location. The recently opened parking lot is spacious, gravelled, with bathroom, picnic tables, spaces for large vehicles, designated parking spots for folk's with horse trailers, maps of Seal Bay trails. If you want to visit the beach, you'd probably be better off parking at the Bate's Road parking lot. Otherwise it is likely a 8 km(or more) there & back hike. Horseback rider's, cross & mountain bike rider's, people walking their dog's all share these trails. Rarely, if ever, will you encounter wildlife. Trails range from rocky, root bound, quite treacherous (especially when wet) to wide, easily traversed country roads. All trails are fairly level, very little ascending or descending. This is a beautiful park to amble about in during any season.

hiking
1 month ago

I love these trails - plenty of alternate routes to choose from. Trails conditions vary from beautiful groomed trails (newly updated) to somewhat rugged, though none would be considered challenging. It is always a popular spot for walking, hiking, swimming (summer) & mountain biking. It can be difficult to find a parking spot in one of the two main parking lots, especially during the weekend's & holiday's. Hikes can be easily lengthened both in time & distance with alternate routes & trails. Dog's are definitely OFF LEASH, so be prepared. It's a awesome place for the dogs. Plenty of room to run, explore , mud to play in, river, stream's to drink & cool off in. Just make sure to pick up your dog's poop - especially anything on the trails. Thank you.

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muddy
2 months ago

Beautiful trail with lots and lots of fantastic views. We did this route on the 9th October and it was fairly muddy - will only get worse. However, highly recommended!

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

Great hike, easy access. Some roots and muddy sections. Easy to moderate hike. Can do in a day. Highly recommend the route.

hiking
2 months ago

Nice over nighters with my son. Only two other campsites were occupied.

Majority of this trail is a logging road but the 200m or so just before the China Bowls are a more technical trail including steep sections that require using a rope.

hiking
2 months ago

Absolutely gorgeous trail. Another time I’d like to stop longer and take in more of the trail system. This brief glimpse just whets my appetite for next time.

hiking
2 months ago

A beautiful fairly easy trail. Enjoy some time feeling the river rush past.

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

Great setting. I recommend taking the all trails app, or a copy of the map, and taking the smaller side trails as much as you can.

hiking
3 months ago

Trail was mint condition. A little too well taken care of for our liking

hiking
bugs
3 months ago

Beautiful afternoon hike. A bit buggy after recent rain on a very still day. Agree with poster below, we were 16.7km, not 14.5. A touch over 4h.

hiking
3 months ago

Did on Sept 1. Encountered few other hikers. Nice loop, first and last kms are easy boardwalks, the remaining is a moderate trail. We followed the exact route but ended up doing 17 km, not 14.5. Only 470m elevation gain. The side of battleship lake up to kwai lake is the most beautiful part.

hiking
rocky
scramble
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Fun trail to walk with kids. Beautiful river and falls!

hiking
3 months ago

Amazing! Bring your bathing suit!

hiking
3 months ago

combine it and it becomes a great trail.

hiking
3 months ago

Honestly I found this trail kind of boring - dusty, dry, repetitive. The signage was extremely hard to follow - the map has trail names while the markers reference road directions. We got turned around a few times in this park due to the confusing signage. I also found the bikes whipped down this path very, very fast. The path was wide enough to get out of the way easily, but it was startling to suddenly have bikes bearing down on us while we scrambled to get everyone out of the way.

hiking
3 months ago

Really enjoyed this walk. Great for off-leash dogs - all the dogs we passed were polite and under control. Trails were well-maintained, and well-marked and easy to navigate. We more than doubled the walk length by looping through the whole park. The forest and river are beautiful!

hiking
bugs
3 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

Was foggy and Cloudy the day we did it! The Battleship lake side of the track is more well groomed than the otherside of the loop. Walking it took us about 5 hours, with breaks (and a waiting for our hiking partners to catch up) 7 hours. I'd imagine this would stunning when you can see everything!

hiking
4 months ago

Very nice stroll to a beautiful soaking spot! We were when able to find a turn around just past the falls for our trailer

great trail but last half was more downhill bike trails. felt in the way on occasion. other than that great hike.

hiking
4 months ago

The first half was nice and easy, but when you get to the pipeline crossing the trail has not been maintained. We did make it to the hwy, then turned around.

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