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The trail itself and the views were nice, but the park was SO BUSY. When I say busy, I mean that we filed single file between tourists the entire hike. It was awful. When we couldn't find a parking spot and saw how many people were at the beginning of the trail we should have just turned around and gone somewhere else.

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3 days ago

It's a fine hike. Not really hard, just long. This trail is very popular so there was a lot of waiting on other people. Really loved that it was off leash friendly for the dogs.

hiking
3 days ago

Norvan Falls were beautiful but there were no place to steady one's camera for long exposures. The trail to and fro was not particularly scenic, and a bit too long for my liking. After the hike treat yourself to some well-deserved ice-cream near park entrance on Lynn Valley Rd. BTW the parking area inside Lynn Headwaters Park was closed to public for some reason, but there is free parking (open till 6PM) inside a small park nearby. Street parking is valid for 2 hours only, which might not be enough if you intended to get to the falls and back.

on Quarry Rock Trail

hiking
4 days ago

Great hike in Deep Cove. It's rated as easy but the very start is pretty steep with a lot of stairs. The trail itself is maintained well, good variety of terrain (roots, dirt, rocks, stairs...) the bridges were a nice touch too. I went on a weekday evening and quite a bit of people. I can't imagine this on the weekend or holiday.

Waaaaayyy too busy. Would not recommend unless you go when no one is there.

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8 days ago

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13 days ago

Great alternative to the grind

easy and quick hike.

great hike to start off the season. dog friendly as well. unfortunately no garbage bins during the whole trail other than at the entrance.

hiking
17 days ago

It's a good trail with many little antiquities on the way, they used to be a logging camp hair halfway up you'll see remnants of it the hike is moderate near the end of the branch left and go to the stripper version

on Norvan Falls

18 days ago

21 days ago

Great workout throughout the year! Rewarding view at the top too.