Explore the most popular hiking trails near Langley Twp with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

trail running
1 day ago

Great spot for a mildly strenuous trail run. The trail is in great condition and has just enough of an incline to make it a decent workout!

great walk! stroller friendly. the outhouse was gross you better off to bring your own toilet paper and pee in a Bush.
pack your bug spray the mosquito's were very bad, you get five bombed if you stop for one second

lovely trail.

Amazing day out walking both trails with the kids. Nice and quiet, beautifully sunny and some lovely pics of Mount Baker.

Very nice cinder track, little elevation gain, amazing view of Mt. Baker. An absolute fantasy for a training run. I’m thankful for the maps at every intersection, plenty of parking, and friendly park go-ers!

1 month ago

Great easy hike!

hiking
1 month ago

Really cool and fun walk from roughly Houston trail down to Fort Pub. Quite relaxing and quiet being by the river. Definitely a must! :)

2 months ago

Nice easy local trail with a couple hills.

Love this trail. We always do the loop twice, opposite ways. Great workout in a beautiful quiet setting

Definitely not as easy as advertised for pushing strollers. Majority of the trail was uphill. Beautiful park and trail is well maintained.

trail running
3 months ago

Great for walking or running

easy for hubby but moderate for me

dogs must be on leash or people get upset.

hiking
6 months ago

Very easy

Another one of my training areas. very nice place to run, and the hill on the northwest part of Pepin Brook is great for intensity training.

Aside from this hill i consider this an easy trail, and at most an easy plus (not moderate, not a ton of elevation gain really and non-technical terrain). Downside to this loop and other trails on the park are the lack of distance options exceeding 10km without running on the same paths multiple times, but its still worth 5 stars in my book.

as an aside i ran here in elementary for cross country, and believe the schools in the Langley district still use it for their cross country meets.

walking
7 months ago

Lovely Sunday morning stroll ... or run.

hiking
9 months ago

Always love this trail! Super quick and easy! It's always quite cool because it's in the shade and the gravel path makes for easy trails :)

on Houston Trail

walking
9 months ago

This is a nice forested loop trail. The parking off Allard Crescent is easiest to find and right across the road from the Fort-to-Fort Trail if you want to make it a longer walk. There's one hill up and down, otherwise it is easy to walk. Great for kids. Dogs should be leashed since it is a more trafficked trail and there could be horses. People also like to run this trail. The other small parking lot off McKinnon Crescent is more secluded and could be more susceptible to break-ins.

Great trail with beautiful scenery. Bit too open for my liking but I would definitely do it again on a cooler day!

hiking
10 months ago

A fun, short hike. There is one area with a good view, but otherwise it is mostly mossy forest along the path. There are 2 short sections of steeper hills - both as you cross a small valley. A great beginner hike that is a bit more than a stroll through the woods.

11 months ago

I love running this trail as it has some fun hills!

walking
Sunday, June 04, 2017

Kids loved it!! Some steep hills but overall a nice walk

Walk it every day, it has flat and hilly areas. A good daily plan if you live close by.

amazing moderate hike also dog and horse friendly.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

A nice and easy walk in the park (not really a hike). Recommended for all ages. :)

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Hardly a hike. Easy walk with few hills. Very scenic forest.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Beautiful hike!

walking
Sunday, August 14, 2016

Great walk with some inclined areas. Both forest and sunny parts. We walked the rock'n'horse trail in order to see the view areas. Were treated to the Canadian snowbirds air team as they performed at the Abbotsford air show. Will return to walk the
Pepin loop. Stats = 5.6 km, 6000 steps, 75 minutes with a bit of time to chat with folks along the way.

on Houston Trail

walking
Thursday, December 31, 2015

Houston Tail is great if you're looking for a well groomed gravel walk through nature that is more dynamic then a level and simple walk. It has many inclines and declines that get your heart pumping but aren't so intense that you'd call it a "hike". But you definitely get a good work out.

You also get very different views. You see a meadow/marsh, you get a view over fields, and you can also detour off the circular route and go to the Fraser River. 1/3 of the way you'll see the trail split 3 ways. The signs here are confusing and incorrect. To keep in the circular trail continue what looks like "forward" and you'll return to the main parking lot. The branch off to the side will lead you down to a heritage house I believe, the road (not the one you came on), and the Fraser River. If you're wanting some extra Km, you can go down that trail and return.

It has a few benches along the route, especially once you get to the top of hills or if there is a "view point". There's also an outhouse toilet incase you need to go - you'll see from the parking lot at the trail head on the left side of the parking lot.

You can enter the trail one of two ways from the main parking lot. Both take you on the same trail just different directions. Depending which direction you wish to start with slightly changes how your walk will be. The trail head near the outhouse gives you more uphill climbing in my experience, where as the one in the middle (more to the right) will give you more declines. Since I have sensitive knees I've learned to take the one on the left. It's not as beautiful at the beginning but I enjoy that direction better.

This trail is very well maintained. I've gone after a big windstorm and they had moved all fallen branches and chopped up the trees fallen over the paths so there was not even a twig in your way. I've noticed there's often little frogs all over the certain parts of the trails. They're pretty good at jumping away from you but just watch your feet if you care about the little guys.

I see a lot of people run this trail. I've never tried it but I'm sure it would be an excellent circuit and great for building leg muscles especially amping up to hiking.

Thursday, January 08, 2015

Great trail with lots of parking. Generally flat but does have a few steep hills. Definitely keep your dog on a leash, I saw 3 coyotes when I was there.

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