Looking for a great trail near Maple Ridge, British Columbia? AllTrails has 31 great hiking trails, trail running trails, forest 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 Cypress Provincial Park or Buntzen Lake Reservoir Park, we've got you covered. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 17 easy trails in Maple Ridge ranging from 1.1 to 11 miles and from 22 to 1,233 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Some sections are great. Wood chips on the path. Some sections are not marked at all. 1/4 of the trail is overgrown. It felt like we were the first people on the path in months.

hiking
muddy
rocky
2 days ago

Nice trees area and then open gravel under power lines. Watch your footing on the bridge. Major holes in the wood. Not a loop.

hiking
bridge out
muddy
rocky
washed out
3 days ago

Beautiful wide trail, quiet. Unkept, Muddy, boggy, bridges and boardwalks Skippy work out and broken. Took mike lake loop, turned at Incline trail, then took Eric dunning trail.

i brought my daugther 23 years of age, here yesterday for her daily run. He ran into a bear right on the path !!!!

hiking
5 days ago

Lots of hills.. Good scenery!

hiking
muddy
over grown
rocky
scramble
9 days ago

This was a great hike through the forest. It was very quiet, only saw four other people. There is no viewpoint.

hiking
10 days ago

Awesome trail to do with kids or solo, good amount of traffic, friendly people along the way. It took us a little while as I had 2 four year olds with me but I can say they loved it too. We will be coming back for sure!!

hiking
10 days ago

Great views from the top. Steep climb up and trail can be hard to follow at times. Would do again.

hiking
10 days ago

Very steep, sometimes you have to climb. Be prepared with water. There's just 1 little waterfall on the way. Hike is not long but is very steep. On the top is amazing. It worth it.

Long day with a detour. Both the East and West Canyons are amazing. The out and backs are a great way to spend a day. BUT, I looked at the downloaded map while at Alder Flats and saw a duplication of a trail that would connect us from the West to East canyon. Don’t do this! It’s grown over. The only way we made it through was because of the pink flags to lead the way. But even still, there we moments where we knew we should not have ventured that way. It’s our mistake so no negative reviews, just a word of caution not to do what we did!

hiking
bugs
10 days ago

September 7th, 2019 8am: This is probably going to be long winded, so I'll start off with the most important. Hiking boots are a must on this one, poles are also a good idea as I unfortunately found out. I fell a few times trying to navigate through the rocks. First part (until you get to the trail head) is pretty easy, after that it gets pretty hard. Trailhead is a bit hidden, definitely needs a marker. Incline pretty much the rest of the way once you get to Evans Creek. Trail turns to rocks once you get about halfway up. Nice view at the top, but not worth the trek if you ask me. Glad I did this on a cooler day. Probably wouldn't do it again.

hiking
closed
14 days ago

on Evans Peak Trail

hiking
15 days ago

Great views!! Wasp nest active right now near the trail, some friendly hikers put up orange tape across the trail nearby. Veer right quite a bit off the trail to get around, we had multiple stings today in our group. Definitely have this trail guide open as you go to make sure you don’t miss the turn off of the viewpoint trail onto the Evan’s Peak trail. There is a white sign but if you’re looking down it’s easy to miss. DOGS: our dog did fine (border collie), except for one part near the ropes that we did need to give her a boost as there was not much for her to hold onto. If you are unable to help your dog up this part it might not be the best hike to bring the pup on as the views are amazing!

hiking
15 days ago

Hard, but spectacular views. Do on a clear day! Use the All Trails GPS to check that you are on the trail. Few spots it’s easy to veer off. Glad I did NOT bring my dog as the last part (ropes/steep) would not have been doable for him, and pointless to go up and not see the AMAZING views!!! Took me 2.25 hours up and 1.5 hours down.

Brought our two French Bulldogs on this hike. Got lost a bit at the end where we had to walk on the road to get back to the East Canyon Trail parking lot. Took us a total of 3 hours. Make sure to take the connector bridge in the middle!

Easy enough trail with some incline. Longer distance which warrants the moderate rating. Nice little outting with the family and a spectacular picnic spot overlooking the falls

Judith and I started on the east canyon view. Path was easy until we headed down to the lower falls, as the connecting trail was a steep decent. Water was cold but welcome on the hot day.

hiking
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
15 days ago

This trail is extremely difficult. Would only recommend for very seasoned hikers. Bring lots of water. The view at the top was pretty good but not worth the 3.5 hour vertical hike.

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