Campbell Valley Regional Park, located in south Langley, is 25% larger than Vancouver’s Stanley Park. At 1,322 acres, it features 29 km of walking, cycling, and horseback riding trails, where you’ll find glacier cut valleys, open fields, and even a rainforest setting.
Cheam Lake Wetlands, set amongst the scenic backdrop of Mount Cheam in Chilliwack, is a popular area for birdwatching, picnics, short walks, and family outings. The extensive trail network weaves through the wetlands, where floating bridges lead to beautiful viewpoints of the lake. Each of the trails have very little elevation change and can be walked by all ages.
Abbotsford is home to the Discovery Trail, a 30+ km paved trail winding along creeks, lakes and fairgrounds from the west side of the city to the mountains in the east. It is an easy, meandering route with small climbs and rewarding things to see along the way.
Willband Creek Trail circles two large lakes crossing arched wooden bridges along the way. These bridges offer a great view of the water features, native grasses and the many mountains that provide the scenic backdrop to this peaceful place. An easy interpretive walk weaves around the ponds, as well as a longer 3km loop.
Langley’s mixed use Fort to Fort Trail is popular with walkers, runners and cyclists as it’s lined with wildflowers, lush vegetation and offers views of the Bedford Channel. It also links the original site of the Hudson’s Bay fort in Derby Reach Regional Park with the Fort Langley National Historic Site
The popular Rotary Trail along the Vedder River in Chilliwack offers a 15.5 km route suitable for walking, running, cycling or horseback riding. Parking areas are located at Vedder, Peach, Lickman, and Sumas Prairie Roads. Picnic tables and benches are also conveniently situated along the trail.