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Weaver Lake Trail is a 4.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Fraser Valley B, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 4.6 mi Elevation gain 738 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Forest

Lake

Views

Bugs

Muddy

Over grown

Description
Waypoints (1)

As of May 2020, the gate to the campsite was closed - this will add some time to your hike.

Weather
UV Index
Daylight
Reviews (36)
Photos (43)
Recordings (21)
Completed (61)
Shanalisa Keller
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Hiking

All the blow down has been chain sawed and moved aside! The gate has been unlocked and the campgrpund is open. Very enjoyable hike. The hillside is covered in a blanket of moss making for a beautiful tapestry of green. The trail is quite narrow in spots and there is a bit of scrambling. Low mosquito count. Trail is primarily in the forest so good to do on a hot sunny day.

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Bruce Henry
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HikingBlowdownOff trailOver grownScramble

I hiked the trail today June 19; 2020. We went counter clockwise. After quite a hike and getting tired we found that there is a section along the southwest side of the lake where the trail is lost due to fallen trees. We were quite concerned at one point and had to just push our way through some rough terrain and felt fortunate to have found the trail again.

Shacara Wasilieff
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HikingBlowdownOff trailOver grown

Good trail but there's a lot of blowdown obstructing the trail so it's hard to navigate and easy to get taken off route. Definitely download the map so you know where you're going! Also sections are very overgrown with bushes/leaves that obstruct the trail and will hit your legs (soaking you if they're wet) would've been much better not in the rain but no one else on the trail! Slippery - wear appropriate shoes and clothing

Natalia P
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I loved this trail. Half of the trail (starting from the end at the host's site) is definitely not "easy", not for beginners. Lots of obstacles, some parts aren't marked, a few challenges to overcome. It was great fun, you are in for an adventure.

James McKinnon
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HikingBlowdownBridge outClosed

Good hike, I did it with a baby carrier, and all the deadfall made it difficult to maneuver. The deadfall is mostly along the South-Southwest stretch. The campsite gate was closed so that added a bit of time.

Mike Grywacheski
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HikingBlowdown

It has been almost 20 years since I have been up here. Back when you could camp here for free! A couple of bad areas where trees have blown down over the path. Almost to the point where you can’t see the path. Other than that a good walk with a few ups and downs. The lake was quiet and peaceful.

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Aidan O’Hara
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HikingClosedOver grownRockyScramble
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Aidan O’Hara
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Hiking

I really like this hike, it was challenging and interesting, I am not stoked on the idea of it being an "easy" hike. The ground is pretty uneven, lots of roots, there is a scramble up and down at the Western edge of the lake, there is one bridge that is out, definitely not ideal for beginners. It is also currently technically closed due to COVID19, the road is fine up until the last 2.5 km where 4wd and decent clearance is a necessity. Overall I really enjoyed it but be prepared for something more than a nice stroll around the lake.

Ana Fisic
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HikingFlooded

We did this trail as our plans to snow shoe at Sasquatch resort failed. It’s ok; maybe it’s better in the summer. The trail between the group camp and individual camps is pretty much a river at this time. We had quite a challenge to get back on the dry trail.

Christine Babic
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Hiking

A real treat. We did the whole loop and had no difficulty navigating around. I would not call it overgrown and bush whacking is not required. A few down trees to step over or under but nothing major. Did it with a small dog. Kids would have no problem with this trail. A lovely hike for an Autumn day. The only thing is the gate (at the Group site too) was locked so we had to park on the road and walk down to the late..so that adds about 15 minutes to the time. No explanation why it was locked. There were a few disappointed people who showed up with boats so obviously this is out of the norm.

Jenny Luck
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Hiking

The lake is lovely. The hike is very overgrown and poorly marked in some areas. I would have liked to see the lake a little bit more (not visible for the majority of the hike), though there are a few spots along the way to rest along the shore.

Sammy Gill
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trail is poorly marked, lot of logging which makes it challenging and interesting. should not be done with kids, first timers and with known limb injuries. otherwise this was enjoyable - South East side is heavily damaged while Western side is easy and enjoyable walk. I strongly suggest not to take circuit but walk western side of trail.

Patrick Boyer
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Hiking

Very nice trail looping Weaver lake. There were some trees down along the trail that made some of the going difficult (May 1st), but if you don't mind a little bush waking a few times, then it's still enjoyable. Would be a 5 star if the trees were sorted out. I don't think you need a 4x4 for the roads - fire road isn't to gutted.

Xiaoxing Zhang
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HikingMuddy
Melissa James
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HikingBlowdown

Hike was good. Lots of spots on the last half of the hike were difficult to get through though. A lot of trees have fallen down and took some serious work to get over, under or around. Not sure if any work will get done on it this year. But if you’re up for the trek; and have the right foot wear I’d recommend it.

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Melissa Holly
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Hiking

Hiked this trail with my dogs today, was amazing! Moss covered everything, mushrooms and fungus out in full force, clear blue sky, absolutely stunning! Took me 2 hrs and 5 min to hike with stops for photos.

Joy Lauren
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Nature trips

Great loop trail that is longer than it looks! Set aside about 3-4 hours to get all the way around. An easy hike with interesting parts to keep it entertaining for all skill levels. We started at the private group camp site and it got confusing when we came to the public weaver campsite. We ended up going behind the beach and had to walk the last 45 mins back along the dusty road. Recommend just cutting through the beach to stay on the pretty forest trail.

KL TP
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Easy day trail, with a variety of moss covered rainforest, lake views and lovely stops for a swim. Bring lunch to enjoy by the lake.

Kyle Martin
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Hiking
First to Review

excellent hike

D Wint
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Hiking
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