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White Rock [PRIVATE PROPERTY] is a 5.5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 5.5 mi Elevation gain 2,808 ft Route type Out & Back
Dogs on leash Hiking Forest Lake Views Wild flowers Wildlife Rocky Private property
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Note: As of July 2020, the spur off the Halvor Lunden for White Rock isn't marked but look for the Coquitlam Watershed sign near the top and follow the map. Fantastic views at the top, the trail has lots of roots, it is a bit slippery on the White Rock Spur trail and bit of a scramble. Just watch your footing!

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Sol Yoon
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Ramiza H
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Hiking

I couldn’t find the trail from the main parking lot. Other parking lot that is described on this app is closed.

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Phil Martyn
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HikingBugsMuddy

The parking lot showing on AllTrails is currently closed but you can still get to the trail from the main lot. Hike up is fairy consistently inclined so definitely a good workout. Missed the turn for White Rock and had to double back, if the gps location indicated here is correct there’s a large no trespassing sign in regards to the watershed and then a short almost completely vertical climb up some tree roots. I didn’t go past this as I was hiking solo and the way up looked a little precarious.

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Ian collett
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BugsGreat!MuddyScramble

Did this today, the spur off the halvor lunden for white rock isnt marked but look for the private; coquitlam watershed sign near the top and follow the all trails map. Fantastic view, roots a bit slippery on the white rock spur trail and bit of a scramble; but lots of handholds so nothing too bad. just watch your footing. Bugs were only annoying on the rock itself and OFF got rid. great hike, glad I had poles for downhill; took me 5hrs including coffee on the rock. I'm not fast

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Agnes Halfar
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HikingBugsClosedMuddyOver grown

Found our way here off the Halvor Lunden trail. Took us just under 5 hours but I started counting just shortly after Sunnyside Road. Very muddy. Tons of mosquitoes and flies up top where the White Rock is. A bit dangerous to climb up. It has signs that it was forbidden to go up but we were fine. Would’ve been nice to see some markers for “White Rock.” We asked a few people who thought we were crazy or lost as White Rock sounds like it belongs closer to Surrey than in Coquitlam.

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April L
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Jillian Campeau
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Scramble

Easily my favorite view in Coquitlam, you can see from Maple Ridge to Stanley Park and all the way into the US. It's a decent uphill climb, total time for me is usually 3 hrs trail running on the way out.

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Gwen Gi
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HikingBugsMuddyScramble

Definitely one of my favorite moderate-hard-ish trail. I didn't expect the spectacular view that was waiting for me at the end. Such a big white rock over looking the city. The last 50 meters is a bit of a scramble as you have to climb muddy, slippery roots that was exposed from erosion. In addition, theres this two big logs that was a pain in the ass blocking the trail. It's either you go over it (no problem if you have long legs) or go under it which i did that I barely fit. But, unfortunately this trail is close now because of BC Hydro protected area. Over all, its totally worth the trip!

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Joel Trembath
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HikingMuddyOff trailOver grown
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Javier Huertas
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FloodedMuddyRocky

Once you climb up the over 800m elevation, may as well go to Lindsay lake trail instead. Very muddy and slippery, must have seen over 40 people today and it was raining, so I'd expect it to be very busy on a sunny day.

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Gabe Trydexus
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C Stanley
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Pros: Beautiful trail. The lakes were pretty and the viewpoints even better. Not busy. We saw around 10 people on the trail in 7 hours. Stunning views of Buntzen, distant Vancouver, Indian Arm. Easy and well marked, however the naming schemes are all off. ‘Eagle Ridge’ isn’t an actual trail. It’s officially called the ‘Halvor Lunden Trail’ according to all the signage and B.C. Hydro website. This trail should take you about 5 hours or less. We were hiking with some slow people and it took us around 7. If we were alone I’m supremely confident we could have done it in 4.5 hrs. The trail is almost entirely in the trees with little exposure; great for a hot day. Cons: Insects around the lakes. No bitey flies, but just a lot of bugs. Bottom line: great hike! Highly recommended.

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