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#13 of 52 provincial parks in British Columbia

Best trails in Lynn Canyon Park

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Looking for a great trail in Lynn Canyon Park, British Columbia? AllTrails has 7 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. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 5 easy trails in Lynn Canyon Park ranging from 0.9 to 7.1 miles and from 423 to 649 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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#1 - Lynn Canyon
Lynn Canyon Park
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Length: 1.7 mi • Est. 40 m
Note: As of September 2020, users have reported that the suspension bridge along this route is closed due to COVID-19. Please check here for updates: https://lynncanyon.ca/Show more
#2 - Rice Lake from Lynn Canyon Park
Lynn Canyon Park
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Length: 2.9 mi • Est. 1 h 25 m
NOTE: As of February 2020, the upper parking lot on the west side of Lynn Creek is closed. The lower parking lot and the service road are open. The stairs to Twin Falls Bridge on the west side of Lynn Creek are closed. For more information, please see https://lynncanyon.ca/Show more
#3 - Twin Falls and 30 Foot Pool Loop
Lynn Canyon Park
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Length: 3.3 mi • Est. 1 h 38 m
NOTE: As of February 2020, the upper parking lot on the west side of Lynn Creek is closed. The lower parking lot and the service road are open. The stairs to Twin Falls Bridge on the west side of Lynn Creek are closed. Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge is also closed due to COVID. For more information, please see https://lynncanyon.ca/Show more
#4 - Bear Trail and Beaver Trail Loop
Lynn Canyon Park
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Length: 2.7 mi • Est. 1 h 25 m
#5 - Lynn Canyon Park Loop
Lynn Canyon Park
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Length: 0.9 mi • Est. 34 m
#6 - Twins Falls via Sea to Sky and Baden Powel Trail
Lynn Canyon Park
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Length: 3.9 mi • Est. 2 h 1 m
As of April 2020, most of the bridges are closed due to COVID-19 or for construction. Show more
#7 - Sea to Sky Trail
Lynn Canyon Park
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Length: 7.1 mi • Est. 3 h 23 m
Passing through a total of five different parks from beginning to end, the Sea to Sky trail offers a unique experience not found on most other hikes. After a short entry via the Baden Powell, the Sea to Sky trail begins in the heart of Lynn Canyon Park. This area is a rich rainforest and the trail is quite rugged with lots of roots, mud, and a constant rolling elevation change. There are also a few staircases and boardwalks to help smooth things out. Opportunities for views or photographs of impressive Lynn Canyon and Lynn Creek are endless with many worn trails leading out to the canyon's edge. After Lynn Canyon, the trail enters Inter River Park where it turns into a smooth walking path and the forest cover disappears as well. Lynn Creek continues to flow next to the trail but it now looks and sounds comparatively tame. Dogs are also allowed off leash here so you will meet a lot of four legged friends. Bridgman and Lynnmouth Park come next with a similar feel except you are now quite close to traffic noise and you will even need to pass under and across a few busy roads. The final park, Harbourview, leads out to a 360 degree lookout tower on the seashore. However, this tower is in the middle of an industrial area so do be aware the surroundings and views may not be to everyone's taste. Parking for this hike is at the Baden Powell trailhead on Lillooet Road. It is a relatively small lot and on weekends , it can easily fill up. Another good choice is the large parking area at Inter River Park. Of course, this does mean you will now be starting the hike in the middle instead of a typical out and back. But depending on your preference, the option of going directly south onto the walking paths or north onto the forested hiking trail may actually be favourable. Show more