Top Trails Near Langley
As the weather starts to get better, many are starting to enjoy the beautiful trails and parks located near and around Langley. We are fortunate enough to have dozens of trails located so close to home, but with so many options which trails should we visit? To help make your decision, here is a list of the top trails near Langley.
The Fort-to-Fort Trail span across a good portion of the area and includes:
Edge Trail, Houston Trail, and Edge Farm Trail, Derby Reach Regional Park, Allard Cresent Section, Salmon River Pump Station on Bedford Dyke and National Historic site.
The total distance of the Fort-to-Fort trail which includes all of the trails and sites is approximately 11.21 km long.
Opened Year around
Here are a list of other activities you can enjoy on the Fort-to-Fort Trail:
- Dog Walking
This takes one of the top trail spots because of the overall diversity of the park. You can enjoy hiking and biking all the while venturing in Fort Langley’s historic area alongside the Fraser River. If you start at the Fort Langley Historical site, then head west on the road following the distinctive signposts, you will reach the old CN station. After a long day, stop and enjoy the views of Mt. Baker and Golden Ears. The number of activities found here makes it an obvious choice for one of the top trails near Langley.
Located amidst a patch of farmland perfect for hiking, horseback riding, and exploring. There are two trails, Little River Loop and Perimeter Trail which both are surrounded by thick forest, grass patches, and a marsh.
March 10 – April 10, April 11 – May 29
Opening: 7 am – 8 pm
Little River Loop Trail: 2.2 km long, the smallest section is 1.7 meters wide. Most of it has a minor slope. The ground is mostly packed rock and wood planks.
Perimeter Trail: 2.4 Km, the smallest section is 2.4 meters wide. Fewer slopes than Little River.
Here are a list of other activities you can enjoy at Campbell Valley Regional Park:
- Reservable Facilities
- Dog Walking
- Horse Riding
Sunlight-dappled forests, grassland vistas and wetlands make this regional park great habitat for wildlife, from songbirds to salmon to squirrels and more. The network of trails provides a great way for walkers to explore the variety of landscapes, as well as the heritage features and Nature House. Horse riding is also popular here.
In the summer, there are many events and parties and the local astronomy club puts on star and sun gazing booths.
Enjoy a slow moving river that is perfect for canoeing year round.
The entire distance is approximately 10 kilometers and about 5 km if you turn off before Fort Langley.
Here are a list of other activities you can enjoy at Charlie Lake Provincial Park:
Salmon River is secluded and quite. Unlike the other two trails, this trail is mostly off the path and brushing up against the Fraser River. It is a great place for people who love to explore and take their own path. It is mostly flat but can be tricky in some places to get past.
If you are planning to visit any of these great parks to either hike or to enjoy other activities, remember to be prepared. Carry plenty of water, some snacks, and a camera. Have fun by exploring what nature can offer without having to travel for hours by visiting all of these top trails near Langley!