• Difficulty Easy
  • Time 2.5 hours
  • Round-Trip 8km
  • Elevation Gain minimal
  • Season year-round
  • Camping Yes
  • From Vancouver 1 hour
  • Public Transit Yes
  • Dog Friendly Yes

The walking route known as the Fort To Fort Trail connects the Fort Langley National Historical Museum with the site of the original fort near Derby Reach Regional Park. The 4km trail is a popular walking or family-friendly biking path.

The route begins from the National Historic Museum but many people begin the route from the train crossing at Glover Road and Mavis Avenue. At the end of the Fort To Fort Trail, you can extend your route by following the Edgewater Trail or completing the Houston Trail loop in Derby Reach Regional Park before returning along the Fort To Fort Trail back to Fort Langley.

From the National Historical Museum, walk along Mavis Avenue heading westbound to the intersection with Glover Road. Cross the train tracks and immediately go left along Billy Brown Road for about 40-metres to a circular opening with benches and historical information about logging. Cross the street and walk towards the river, veering left onto the gravel trail and heading west along the Fraser River.

The trail leaves the busy Fort Langley area and follows the a gravel path with several small wooden piers offering scenic views of the nearby waterway. Pass over a small channel as you leave the sight of homes and continue following the trail behind the Fort Langley Golf Course.

Eventually, the Fort To Fort trail reaches a road as you continue to follow the gravel path along the side of Allard Crescent. The trail veers to the right and leaves the road, passing scenic meadow views.

As the trail approaches the road once again, the Fort To Fort Trail ends where by a parking lot across the street for Derby Reach Regional Park. From this point, you can either return via the same route, cross the street to the parking lot area to walk around the Houston Trail, or continue in the same direction you arrived along the Edgewater Trail further into Derby Reach park.

How to get to Fort To Fort Trail

Estimated Driving Time from Vancouver
1 hour

The Fort to Fort Trail is located in Fort Langley and the best location to start the route is near the Fort Langley National Historical Museum. The museum is located a couple of blocks from the main town area of Fort Langley.

If you are driving from Vancouver, head east to Highway #1 and enter the highway heading eastbound. Drive through Burnaby and Coquitlam, crossing the Port Mann Bridge and continuing east.

Take Exit #58: 200th Street and stay in the left lane of the off-ramp. Turn left at the lights and cross over the highway heading northbound along 200th Street. Turn right at the lights onto 96th Avenue. Follow 9th Avenue until you reach Glover Road and turn left onto Glover Road. Drive into the community of Fort Langley and turn right onto Mavis Avenue, just before the train crossing. Drive 2-blocks and look for the parking lot of the Fort Langley National Historical Museum on the left.

View a map of Driving directions to Fort To Fort Trail.

Transit Access to Fort To Fort Trail

Depending on where you are taking public transit from, it may be a long trip to Fort Langley.

The recommended bus route is to take the Skytrain to Surrey Central station. From the bus loop at Surrey Central, take Bus #503: Aldergrove to Langley City near Glover Road. Transfer to Bus #562: Walnut Grove via Fort Langley. Stay on the #503 until the bus reaches the community of Fort Langley.

Ask the bus driver for the exact stop to transfer to the #503 Bus. The trip from Surrey Central to Fort Langley will take approximately 1-hour, depending on the bus transfer.

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Additional Info

Camping at Fort To Fort Trail

Camping is available at nearby Fort Camping.

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Dogs at Fort To Fort Trail

Dogs are allowed on the Fort To Fort Trail but must be leashed at all times. Please ensure to pick up after your dog.

Toilets at Fort To Fort Trail

There is an outhouse located at the end of the golf course, near where the trail reaches the road.

Dogs, Toilets and Camping

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