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Billy Higgins
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Hiking

This trail is an ok trail for beginners and families, looks like it is used periodically for mountain biking, the bridge is about 1 km in, not too many signs, overall it’s ok lots of people crowded even when it’s not the best of days. Toddler and Dog friendly.

GEORGE L.
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Great!

On July 12,2020, ferry closed, 7km cycling & 15 km hiking one way from hwy 6, encouter a big brown bear on the trail at the Hell roaring cayon fork, just stay aside the trail and wait the bear keep eating some greens and walking through very slow, crypt lakeshore hiking not possible due to snow covered

Jeff S
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Walking

trail is open heading south from queenston road will check northbound tommorow

Rhys Brisbin
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Hiking

Straight to the point. Climb, climb, climb. Now you’re in a bowl and can explore and overnight! Wouldn’t attempt in wet conditions. Great waterfall, cool forest river combo. Huts up top make it even better!

brent beelby
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Easy trail that I modified from the suggested route. It's a little bit shorter but it pretty much includes everything the park has to offer in terms of diversity of things to see. Also, this route can be done in the rain... tons of boardwalks over sensitive areas and the rest pea gravel.

Samantha Kennerson
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HikingMuddy

Great trail for kids. Muddy patches throughout.

Colby Nadasde
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BackpackingBugsGreat!IcyMuddyRockyScrambleSnow

Did this hike on the 11/12th of July and apart from the crap weather it was an unreal adventure! The HSCT is unbelievable in the fact that you cover so much different kinds of terrain. Its challenging in the aspect of super steep inclines and declines throughout the trail but doable for anyone with a bit of experience. My time there was spent in the rain, clouds, mud and snow. needless to say the views weren't epic but the company and experience was. Id 100 percent do it again.

Abby Bruyer
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Hiking

Great trail. Steady incline but manageable for all skill levels. Short but sweet!

Grace Johnson
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HikingRockyScramble

Beautiful trail. Definitely a bit difficult towards the end with lots of climbing with your hands. I would not recommend children or dogs but some made it well enough. Bring lots of water and snacks. Took us about 3 hours there and back (not including our stop at the top for lunch). I would def recommend!! (Also wear good shoes!!!)

Jennifer Bishop
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HikingIcyMuddySnow

We were there July 10 2020. Couldn’t hike Chester / Headwall due to a bear closure, so we hopped over the road to Burstall which is fun, a good workout and still gives some spectacular views. Snow on the trail above the meadow the whole way to Lemon Lake viewpoint, but do-able on this date. Take poles as the snow changes conditions throughout the day and will be increasingly unstable as it melts.

Jeanette M.
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Road bikingBridge out

Both the trestle and the bypass on the Galloping Goose trail at Todd Creek are still closed. I took the goat trail down to the road. I didn’t like the road so I went on the Riverside Trail. I got to the official potholes viewing area but it’s fenced off due to landslides. Overall, now is not a good time to visit.

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Leilani Graham
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WalkingBugsGreat!

A lovely, easy walk along the shoreline and through the trees. There isn't a parking lot here, but you can usually find street parking. It's been a wet spring into summer, so pretty much any trail in Vancouver and the lower mainland has bugs, but they weren't terrible here.

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K Graham
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Hiking

Nice walk along the river and through a nice wooded area, with a bonus ice cream shop along the way.

Dwayne Hansen
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Hiking

Short but easy and enjoyable walk. Well maintained for all abilities.

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Miranda From
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HikingMuddy

Awesome 2.5 hr average paced walk (there and back). Nice large trail that is well maintained. The view of the lake was so worth it. Highly recommended to anyone passing through. Good for all ages and dogs are allowed for day hiking.

James Brown
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HikingBugsRockyScramble

So after training 1 year on hikes I finally completed this one. Man the views were most definitely worth it. If your scared of heights then this is not for you. Bring plenty of water & bugs spray. Did the pay parking for all day $24... sometimes you just want to hike and leave with no mess. Next time I might park somewhere near the elementary school. Worth the price of admission. Excellent 360 views!

Melissa Beaupre
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HikingMuddyRockyScramble

Good trail, only went to the false peak but view was beautiful. Could see mount baker. And great view of vancouver

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