Looking for a great trail in Lynn Headwaters Regional Park, British Columbia? AllTrails has 14 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. Ready for some activity? There are 8 moderate trails in Lynn Headwaters Regional Park ranging from 1.7 to 11.5 miles and from 620 to 4,409 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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bird watching

hiking
2 days ago

steeeeep but great views. took 6 hr round trip from bottom of grouse if you hike quickly.

hiking
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
washed out
3 days ago

Incredible hike!! Amazing views, pack appropriately and lots of water, the very very top is pretty radical with sheer drops on either side. One of the most adrenaline filled hikes I’ve ever done.

hiking
3 days ago

Nice Hike, more on the easy rather than moderate side. Fun trail with a variety of small challenges. Large puddles and running water on trail on rainy days.

hiking
blowdown
scramble
4 days ago

Trail along Lynn Ridge is in pretty good shape, with just a few blowdowns. Lots of ups and downs on the way to South Needle with short and easy scrambling to the summit. Pretty stellar views! Took Hydraulic Creek trail out which was steep and with loose dirt and pine needles in places, but with some gorgeous old growth. A tiring but fun day hike! Enjoyment may vary depending on past experience! 08/20/2019

This is a better hike than Norvan in that it is more of a hike and a lot less busy. Not the easiest trail to follow as it gets a lot less traffic. Amazing trees along the way.

hiking
5 days ago

This is a great trail run spot..the hike itself is o.k. the falls are nice in the spring especially and it's well marked and easy to follow.

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
5 days ago

hiking
5 days ago

nice and relaxing. the first part isn't very exciting but it does get better once you get to the point where you go left to get to the falls. Stay on the lower trail (along the creek) if you have a dog and want to keep it off leash. I would say that this hike is at most lower intermediate in terms of difficulty. it is long tho.

hiking
over grown
rocky
scramble
6 days ago

This is not a trail for those with knee problem like me. I've done other moderate trails but it's not like this one. The trail may look straight and the total elevation is not bad but it went up and down all the time, pass streams, rocks and it is very steep. See my recording in photo. 3 hours for experience hikers yes, but 4-5 for average people. Roots and dead tree logs everywhere. As already mentioned by the sign at the beginning of the trail, the trail is not maintained. If I would describe this trail, it's a tree cemetery. Dead dilapidated tree everywhere, across the trail, the streams. The trees are beautiful yes and ancient, but I can see hollows under it. The land has been eroded. Roots stick out. They may fall down too I think. The waterfall at the end is beautiful but not worth the trip along this trail.

hiking
10 days ago

A lot of scrambling but the view makes it totally worth it!

hiking
bugs
rocky
11 days ago

hiking
12 days ago

easy trail in the forest

hiking
bugs
muddy
rocky
scramble
12 days ago

This hike was an awesome hike. I can’t wait to return on a clear day, I was visiting and it was cloudy but made it to the top. I’m glad I brought my gloves, i would recommend those. You’ll probably get muddy, I got a bit muddy but nothing bad like some of the other people I saw. I’m not a novice or experienced hiker so I would just follow the signs and I also downloaded the offline and google maps, safety first. The signs were easy to follow. I started the morning with the BCMC trail and that was a good warmup. I definitely will return on a clear weekend when I’m back in BC.

hiking
over grown
rocky
13 days ago

LOVE this hike. Did it yesterday and it’s probably my favourite hike that I’ve done. It’s overgrown with lots of roots and loose rocks. There’s even an area where you use a rope to get up and down. Wear proper shoes. Makes me feel really rugged doing hikes like this. The falls were beautiful too. There’s a nice pool right under the falls that would be great to sit in on a hot day. Not too many bugs, a few flies near the top. Great workout though and not your average Vancouver hike.

hiking
13 days ago

This was a nice, fairly easy hike up to a waterfall. It was a bit muggy but not overly hot because it was mostly shaded. Loved once I got up to the falls you could climb right up to it and possibly even swim in the pool under the falls on a hot day.

hiking
13 days ago

Amazing views. Brings lots of water. Some scrambling but well worth it. Did this as part of Hanes Valley Trail. Epic day.

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