Tag: maple ridge

  • Kanaka Creek Regional Park

    Kanaka Creek Regional Park

    Quick Facts: AllTrails link: Kanaka Creek Canyon Trail, 3.7km with 123m elevation Difficulty: easy, but not stroller friendly Traffic: light on a rainy day Facilities: pit toilets, picnic tables near the canyons and at the Kanaka Creek Watershed Stewardship Centre View: interesting views of the canyons and water carved sandstones Overall score: 8/10 Kanaka Creek Regional…

  • Whonnock Lake

    Whonnock Lake

    Quick Facts Parking: 49°12’29.4″N 122°26’54.3″W Launch: 49°12’32.7″N 122°26’59.6″W Launching type: sandy beach Difficulty – very easy Boat traffic – no motor boats allowed View – conifer-covered lakeshores Facilities – playground, picnic tables, sandy beach, porta potties at the park. Overall score – 7/10 Whonnock Lake is a small, calm lake in Maple Ridge, accessible to…

  • Alouette Lake (short) Paddles

    Alouette Lake (short) Paddles

    Given its proximity to Vancouver, highly rated hiking trails, well-serviced campground, and gorgeous Alouette Lake, Golden Ears Provincial Park is one of the most popular provincial parks in BC. As of July 27, 2020, a day-pass system was introduced to control the crowds during the COVID-19 Pandemic. We went to Alouette Lake to paddleboard on…