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Derby Reach Regional Park is a 5.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Langley, British Columbia, Canada that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 5.7 mi Elevation gain 229 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Camping

Fishing

Hiking

Horseback riding

Mountain biking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

River

Views

Wild flowers

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Mahima Midha
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BugsOff trailPrivate property

wWent for a bike ride. It started off nice but then was cut short due to very limited bike access. got eaten alive by mosquitoes! Had people walking come out of a waking trail stating they couldn't go any further either because of the mosquitoes! Will not come again.

Michaela Donnelly
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it looks nice but couldnt finish the walk cause of all the mosquitoes

Vlada Zus
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Hiking

Beautiful and relaxing walk alongside the Fraser river

Madelyn Cavasin
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WalkingPrivate property

There were plenty of places to rest and the path was fully paved and safe! There was also a beautiful edge walk along the river.

Melissa Goulet
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Hiking

Went on a Tuesday at noon, minimal traffic on the hawthorn loop, much more traffic on the part by the river. The Hawthorn Loop is so gorgeous, but I wouldn’t do the other loop by the river again.

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Alvin Lee
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Hiking

Finished the 9.5 km trail to and back from the Derby Reach Regional Park within 2.25 hrs. Loved this easy, relaxed walk with beautiful view over the Fraser River!

Leona Doss
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Hiking

this is a great hike for stroller and kids my children love it and it has hills for exercise

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Dr. W.
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Hiking

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Christina Walken
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WalkingNo shade

Easy walking trail and busy when the weather’s nice (like today). Only view really is the river and farmland. Didn’t do the forest loop because it got too busy (around 1:00 pm). I would return on a less busy day or when it’s cloudy.

Dip Patel
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Beautiful easy trail. Coquitlam mountain, Golden ears and Mount Baker views. Enjoyed sitting on rocks at bank of Fraser river.

Alayne Lundgren
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Hiking

Wide gravel trail with minimal inclines. I attempted to walk along the beach/ river and although it looked dry, it was slippery.

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Raging Hippy
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Hiking

This nice urban Trail is quite friendly to people of all skill levels. Dogs on leashes are welcome. Kid and stroller friendly with 2 rather small hills. Lots of evidence of bears on the trail so be bear aware.

Kyle Martin
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easy 9km run. couple hills in houston

Joann Pierre
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Mountain biking

Biked this trail for the first time and it is beautiful. It’s an easy route with good signage. Do the Fort to Fort trail and grab a coffee, or whatever, in Fort Langley before heading back. Go early as the path gets busy later in the day.

Courtney Fitzpatrick
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great walk! stroller friendly. the outhouse was gross you better off to bring your own toilet paper and pee in a Bush. pack your bug spray the mosquito's were very bad, you get dived bombed if you stop for one second

Aleksandra Holbrook
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Walking

Kids loved it!! Some steep hills but overall a nice walk

Kerry Blouin
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Mountain biking
First to Review

Great trail!

Angela O.
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Mountain biking
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Maria Spo
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Ariez Serena
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Hiking
Mike Goorevitch
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Hiking
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Solomon Yasin
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Hiking
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Leana Brrivik
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Hiking
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Michelle Calderon
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Hiking
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Michelle Calderon
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Hiking
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Shayla Minosky
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Mountain biking
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Bino Libay
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Hiking
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Stephanie Leith
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Hiking
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