Located directly east of Surrey and approximately 45 kilometres southeast of Vancouver, Langley is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts with its local nurseries, farms, winery tours and abundance of natural green space.

Explore the 1,322-acre Campbell Valley Regional Park and Historic Annand/Rowlatt Homestead - a nature park with hiking trails, horse-back riding paths and a historic schoolhouse and farmstead dating back to 1888. Or wander through the maze of paths in the Nicomekl River Floodplain, home to the area's important and substantial natural wetlands.

In Langley, you'll find amazing biking and hiking trails surrounded by grand cottonwood trees, while enjoying the area's serene farmland scenery and winding streams. Boasting numerous trails among forested parks, historic homesteads and natural wetlands - Langley is a hiker's paradise.

Hiking Trails

Aldergrove Regional Park

Located in Aldergrove on the border with Abbotsford, Aldergrove Regional Park has several picnic areas, easy walking trails, and is popular with families.

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Campbell Valley Regional Park

Located in Langley, BC, Campbell Valley Regional Park is a wonderful family destination with a sprawling network of trails for walking, horseback riding, and exploring.

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Derby Reach Regional Park

Located in Langley, Derby Reach Regional Park includes the scenic trails along the Fraser River in the Edgewater Bar section and a forest loop along the Houston Trail in the Historic Area.

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