Explore the most popular walking 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.

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!

Great easy hike!

27 days 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! :)

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

Love this one. Easy to do and dry year round. It’s about 10 Km according to my Fitbit GPS

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

trail running
2 months ago

Great for walking or running

easy for hubby but moderate for me

Great spot near bridge to feed birds

dogs must be on leash or people get upset.

5 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.

trail running
6 months ago

Definetly not 25km, the trail map shows the Shaggy Mane trail. From a technical standpoint this is an easy trail, with some good inclines as you climb up from deer run to the cross country horse jumping area, and again after you drop down on the west side and have crossed over the north parking lot, but nothing major. Trail is a mix of packed gravel and loose gravel, which is excellent for distance training. I've parked at the north lot, run down little river loop to ravine trail, and hopped on to shaggy mane to do the loop and back up ravine at the end to the lot for a 16km or so run. Lots of options in the park for short to half marathon distance runs

6 months ago

Lovely Sunday morning stroll ... or run.

Not 25km, 10-12km round trip if you take the longer route. Horses and other wildlife can be seen on a good day. Avoid horse trails unless you don't mind the smell of manure lol

8 months ago

Walked the perimeter route (Shaggy Mane Trail) on a drizzly rainy day and enjoyed the walk and even ran into 3 deer as I came around a turn. A couple things to consider before you go;

Shaggy Mane = horse trail = walking in horse poop quite a bit.
This is not a Moderate hike - it's super super easy.
This is not a 25Km hike - it's more like 10.5Km
If you take the longest possible way like I did - it's only a combined elevation of 104M - again easy.

If you are looking to clear your head and enjoy a mellow walk outdoors, this is it! If you are looking at challenging yourself as you prepare for longer more strenuous hikes, this ain't it.

Disclaimer - I did not take any of the internal off shoot hikes. There may be more elevation gain and challenge on those.



8 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

8 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!

9 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.

10 months ago

One on my favorite places!

10 months ago

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

10 months ago

went on the shaggy mane trail and as someone just getting in to walking on trails it was really nice and super fun to do with a dog. There's a nice tap near a building to refresh at ! would definitely do it again!

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!

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