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Brad Mistry from Vancouver writes:


My mom and I had to run though the trail as we were swarmed by mosquitoes as soon as you get into the wooded area. There's still water the entire trail, thus, it's a perfect breeding ground for those blood suckers.

I recommend waiting till Winter to do this hike.

    Posted: August 17, 2022 11:59:10 AM PST

    surinder from north delta writes:

    its beautiful island walk .love it.

      Posted: February 15, 2022 11:23:05 AM PST

      somebody from white rock writes:

      to much mosquitles in the summer. do not reccommend

        Posted: August 8, 2020 10:03:11 AM PST

        Leah from Fort Langley writes:

        I live very close to this walk so it has become my favourite running loop with my dog. It's stroller/kid/dog friendly and has a great lookout on clear day. This loop is a treasure for locals, but not really special enough to drive out for - unless you spend some time in the town afterwards.

          Posted: May 8, 2017 03:42:51 PM PST

          Lion Tamer from Vancouver writes:

          Did this walk on February 22nd.

          The trail itself is a well marked, wide, flat gravel path through some lovely woods that leads to 4 different viewpoints. Each viewpoint has its own charm, though the one on the final end of the island offers a great view.

          Not really worth the journey in and of itself, but the proximity to Fort Langley makes it an pleasant part of a bigger day.

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            Posted: February 22, 2017 09:58:53 PM PST

            Richard Whitehouse from Iver, U.K writes:

            Just got back from the trail Took about 1 hour return from the campsite. Mind you run a fair way to try to out pace the Mosquitoes. Great view at the point and mosquitoes didnt like the beach !!

              Posted: August 18, 2011 05:00:01 PM PST

              Spades from Vancouver writes:

              A short and very easy stroll through the woods but remember to take the bug spray (mosquitoes aplenty). If you bring a book with you, on a nice day, you'll be able to enjoy some time at Tavistock Point.

              Or, combine this trail with a walk around lovely Fort Langley and you'll consider it an afternoon well spent.

                Posted: May 30, 2011 10:48:18 AM PST

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