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Jackman Wetlands Loop is a 1.5 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Langley, British Columbia, Canada and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, trail running, and nature trips. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.5 mi Elevation gain 36 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Nature trips Walking Running
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Rye Jon
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Hiking

Friday golf course. Trail was ok.

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Jesse Brown
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Nice short walk , mainly using gravel roads. Looks like a great place to visit if your in to frisbee golf!!

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Shon Troelstrup
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This is the most depressing and appallingly boring trail I have found on AllTrails to date. It is located across the street from the dump and feels like it's in a reclaimed gravel pit. It loops around a few shallow ponds, surrounded by fences and is dotted with weird industrial marvels like a generator running in an enclosure, some abandoned rusty fuel tanks, and some tires half buried in the ground. There is little to no scenery, and most of the trail can be seen from a single vantage point. There is also a lot of off leash dogs, accompanied by their self-righteous owners who think it's hilarious when their dogs run up to other people's children. There is also a mind blowing amount of dog poop on the trail: so much, in fact, that we began photographing each pile about halfway through, which can be seen in the geotagged photos above. Somebody even upped the game by leaving a bagged turd on the path, because then it will only take a few hundred years to decompose. I didn't think it was possible to write a rage post about how bad a trail is, but here it is. The worst trail on AllTrails, perhaps. If I could give it a negative stars review, it would be at least a -2 stars.

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Cameron Mitchell
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Alyssa Pagnanini
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Chelsea Leyenhorst
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Brittany Stockbrocks
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Keri Griffiths
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Phil Sutton-Atkins
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Matthew Korbutt
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Emma Carter
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