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Burnaby Lake is a lake located in Burnaby, British Columbia and is the focal geographic feature and namesake of Burnaby Lake Regional Park. Occupying 3.11 square kilometres (770 acres) of land, and is home to a large variety of wildlife. At least 70 species of birds make the lake and...More
This Regional park is nestled near the Number 1 Hwy. It has several access points and free parking off of Piper and Winston and also off of Sperling Avenue. Maps of the area are spread out around the walking trails. Please view the one in...More
There was minimal information about and around this walk - and more importantly there was nowhere to get food or drink other than one water point at the far end of the walk AND that was the only one on it.
You're lulled into thinking...More
There’s a 10-kilometre loop trail around the lake that must have some good views, but we weren’t able to find the interesting sections. We started off at the parking lot near the rowing pavilion. A park maintenance worker could tell us nothing about the trails...More
I reluctantly entered the loop trail on an intensely grey and wet Saturday morning. I am actually surprised I made it into the parkland. It was miserable! I tried to include a companion, but was declined.
I admit the first little bit was horrible. Although...More
We parked at the Nature House entrance to the park. The day we were there they had volunteers clearing brush. There was also a host on hand and we had a lovely chat about the birds and the history of the park.
Next we went...More
Could only do a couple of short walks to Pipers Spit and Lookout as well as around the Cariboo dam. Even though you're in the middle of a big city it feels like you're wandering in natural woodlands and wetland. Lots of birds, flowing waters,...More
This park is so calming. It could be "crowded" with people on the spit but the lake is huge and you can go for long walks. Once around the lake is 10km so you can get your exercise in while you relax with the beautiful...More