4.2 out of 5 - 40 reviews

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Surinder from delta writes:

in your GPS you need to enter BELCARRA PICNIC AREA PARKING LOT
if you only enter Belcarra picnic area only it will take you to the picnic area but there is no parking entrance and no parking on the road, also right now parking is free but starting April there is pay parking.
its a beautiful and gorgeous hike with some stairs also, at the end the view is very nice too. it took me 40 min on each side I loved it I definitely recommend you go there.

    Posted: February 11, 2022 05:09:11 PM PST

    Wendy from Port Moody writes:

    Sadly today between 1:00 pm and 2:30 pm I came across 5 larger dogs off leash. In one case the owner was not even close by. I mentioned to the various owners that I thought was an on-leash area, they seemed surprised. Does there need to be larger signs or can it be patrolled and tickets handed out.

      Posted: November 16, 2021 03:55:12 PM PST

      Alex from Vancouver writes:

      NOTE FOR DRIVERS: Annoyingly, the pay parking lot is NOT accessible from Bedwell Bay Rd. You have to drive through Belcarra Regional Park. Put “Belcarra Picnic Area” into Maps, NOT Jug Island Trailhead.

      A lovely hike to do in May. There is some elevation change but the trails are wide and very well maintained, with a mix of firm natural and constructed steps, and it’s easy to keep your footing. I’d say it’s on the very easy end of Intermediate. There’s no street parking, but pay parking is only $2 for 2 hours.

        Posted: May 8, 2021 04:03:46 PM PST

        Peter Struk from Belcarra writes:

        Jug Island trail and Belcarra Park
        Village of Belcarra is Very aggressive on issuing $160 parking tickets and Having Coquitlam TOWING take your car to their lot near Port Mann Bridge for an Extra $300.

        For most of the last 60 years the public could park in the Village of Belcarra.
        NO More Mr. Nice guy.
        Note. You will see vehicles legally parked in Belcarra ..... they have RESIDENTS ONLY PERMITS

        NOTE. For Jug Island Trail .... Google Maps Navigation directs you to the $160 Ticket zone. Google does Not direct you to the $2 per hour proper parking location in Belcarra Park

          Posted: April 27, 2021 08:41:48 AM PST

          DianeD from Pitt Meadows writes:

          Me and my wife have been exploring the trails in BC this year and so far this is our favourite. It has a nice mix of flat and steep finishing off at the picturesque Jug island.
          Will definitely do again and again.

          • Jug Island Beach photo
          • Jug Island Beach photo
          • Jug Island Beach photo

            Posted: September 3, 2020 05:58:56 PM PST

            Jessica from Vancouver writes:

            Great trail! Nice beach at the end, although not the biggest beach. Easy hike. It goes uphill, then flat, and once it starts to go downhill you know you're almost there. Family friendly and many people also bring their dogs. Took us 35 mins to get to the beach and then about 40 mins back.

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              Posted: June 28, 2020 08:14:25 PM PST

              Wendy from Port Moody writes:

              We really enjoy this trail with the exception of the number of off-leash dogs we come across every time we hike this any many other trails that clearly have marked that it is an on-leash trail yet the disrespectful owners let their poor dogs break the rules. Please we ask dog owners to keep their dogs on-leash or go to an off-leash trail.

                Posted: March 4, 2020 01:14:53 PM PST

                Kerri S from Burnaby writes:

                This is a decent trail which is mostly covered to protect you from the sun and rain. We took our time, taking a lot of pictures, talking to the many dogs we saw on the trail and hanging out on the beach (we took 2 hours, but it could be done in substantially less time).

                Although the trail is listed as having 100 meters of elevation gain, there are some ups and downs so my garmin recorded it as 285 meters. It's a great trail for when you don't have much time but want to get out for a quick jaunt that has some cardio component.

                • Jug Island Beach photo
                • Jug Island Beach photo

                  Posted: December 29, 2019 06:15:30 AM PST

                  John from Delta writes:

                  Great reward for a nice hike, beautiful rocky beach, bring a lunch.

                  • Jug Island Beach photo

                    Posted: May 20, 2019 05:20:59 PM PST

                    Julia from Vancouver writes:

                    Super easy hike through beautiful forest to an amazing rock beach. Spectacular view of Jug Island.

                    I would say this hike felt far shorter and was easier in terms of exertion than Quarry Rock, so unsure why this is rated as intermediate.

                    Lots of offleash dogs on the trail - please pick up after them!

                      Posted: May 9, 2019 01:23:50 PM PST

                      Mary from Vancouver writes:

                      Great but there was a cougar

                        Posted: February 5, 2019 09:52:24 PM PST

                        d-anne from winnipeg writes:

                        I love this trail. I sometimes find it easy and sometimes not so, depending on my physical state on the day. I love finding places along the way to sit and just enjoy the forest. I'm confused by the sign half way along that says that you've gone 2.5 km and you have 2 km to go. How does that add up to a 5.5 round trip?

                          Posted: January 27, 2019 05:33:33 PM PST

                          d-anne from winnipeg writes:

                          I love this trail. I sometimes find it easy and sometimes not so, depending on my physical state on the day. I love finding places along the way to sit and just enjoy the forest. I'm confused by the sign half way along that says that you've gone 2.5 km and you have 2 km to go. How does that add up to a 5.5 round trip?

                            Posted: January 27, 2019 05:29:29 PM PST

                            Alberto from Delta writes:

                            Nice little hike. A couple challenging spots, but all worth it once you get to the beach!

                            If you want, check out my vlog on it!


                              Posted: October 7, 2018 11:15:23 AM PST

                              Aneesha from Surrey writes:

                              Did this hike on Sunday July 8, 2018! A little tricky to get to if you've never been here before, you want to get to a picnic area parking lot but if your going on a weekend its almost full which is why about 2 km up the road you will see a lot of cars parked on the road which is where we had parked and walked. The hike itself took about 2.5 hours and was really enjoyable and well marked. Not very hard at all I would describe it as moderate there is incline but its gradual and eases out into flat terrain at some points. The viewpoint itself was super cool! loved how it went to a beach and I regret not bringing my bathing suit! There was a bear nearby at White Pine Beach that day so I would be well prepared and definitely watch out for them, I heard they are common out in that area!

                                Posted: July 16, 2018 11:18:05 AM PST

                                Elisabeth from Vancouver writes:

                                An awesome trail, but beware with bear around there. I met 2 bears today. Better hiking with group and make noise

                                • Jug Island Beach photo
                                • Jug Island Beach photo

                                  Posted: July 8, 2018 10:07:53 PM PST

                                  Martin from New Westminster writes:

                                  Jug Island Beach has very pretty views, and the trail itself is constantly changing which keeps things interesting.

                                  Be bear aware at the moment though. I was hiking this trail today, and about five minutes after leaving the beach back towards the parking lot, I saw a black bear to the left of the trail.

                                    Posted: May 27, 2018 11:12:20 AM PST

                                    Martin from New Westminster writes:

                                    Jug Island Beach has very pretty views, and the trail itself is constantly changing which keeps things interesting.

                                    Be bear aware at the moment though. I was hiking this trail today, and about five minutes after leaving the beach back towards the parking lot, I saw a black bear to the left of the trail.

                                      Posted: May 26, 2018 10:10:13 PM PST

                                      Eric from Richmond writes:

                                      Did this one twice on Nov. 5th and 6th......
                                      For difficulty, it is rated moderate but should be rated easy.
                                      First half is a gravel path. Second half rolls up and down.
                                      Feels very peaceful when you reach the beach at the end. Nice views of Indian Arm
                                      Highly recommend adding a short trail that splits off and takes you down to the water on the East side (facing Bedwell Bay Rd) I have added pictures of that area and one from the Belcarra dock.

                                      • Jug Island Beach photo
                                      • Jug Island Beach photo
                                      • Jug Island Beach photo

                                        Posted: November 7, 2017 06:15:12 PM PST

                                        Bob from Vancouver writes:

                                        Just wanted to say the beach was not what we were expecting from the pictures. Didnt hike an hour to be greated by 8 party boats blasting music, lots of people, and some guy renting paddle boards. Did this on a Sunday to be fair, but just fyi its not peaceful at all.

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                                          Posted: August 6, 2017 07:46:43 PM PST

                                          Eddie from Vancouver writes:

                                          July 2017 - Ran this in about 40min (20 out, 20 back). The trail is a mix of gravel, stairs, roots/rocks. Some parts are smooth and good to run on. Other parts are steep with rock steps (like Quarry rock... but not that many roots). There is a lookout midway, but it is somewhat obscured by trees. Not the greatest view, but you are about 100m in elevation and can see the ocean. This hike is all in the dense trees. The beach at the end is nice. Parking was available, but probably only because it was an overcast day. Cougar & bear signs spotted in the area were an interesting greeting.

                                          Could do this and Admiralty Point in the same day since it's across the parking lot. Better views on the Admiralty Point side, but it's more of a walk than a hike.

                                            Posted: July 16, 2017 05:16:23 PM PST

                                            Perry McCulloch from Coquitlam writes:

                                            I hiked this trail on a very warm evening 26JUN2017. The trail is 6km and took us 1 hour and 18 min. The trail is easy for 95% there is one bluff that is a little more difficult. The beach at the end is a nice place to sit for lunch or beverage. There is 209m in elevation. At on point you are 200 m above the water only access Vancouver Water skiing club(photo1). Photo 2 is Jug Island. Photo 3 is a pond about half way.

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                                            • Jug Island Beach photo
                                            • Jug Island Beach photo

                                              Posted: June 27, 2017 09:22:30 AM PST

                                              Daniel from Burnaby writes:

                                              Easy hike with a gorgeous view at the end! Wish i had brought my swim trunks but maybe next time!

                                                Posted: June 11, 2017 11:55:53 PM PST

                                                Rosalie Niebuhr from Delta writes:

                                                For this hike you must start at the Belcarra Picnic Area. We punched Belcarra Regional Park into Google Maps, which then took us to a completely different entrance of the park, where there were picnic areas but not covered picnic areas. We had no idea there was another entrance (and picnic area) on the other side of the park, so in confusion, we ended up doing Sasamat Lake Trail, which was okay, but easier than we wanted. So, my rating is actually for Sasamat Lake Trail.

                                                  Posted: May 21, 2017 01:47:08 AM PST

                                                  Vanessa from Burnaby writes:

                                                  Hiked this trail April 30th 2017 with my boyfriend. The trail is nice and offers a lot of variety in terrain. The beach at the end is very pretty and has a unique view compared to other hikes. There is a bit of up and down, so if you are like my boyfriend and looking for a hike that is all ascent and ends in a high viewpoint this might be one to skip.

                                                  We thought the rating of intermediate was appropriate due to the terrain and up and down, though it's probably more of a low-end intermediate. It's definitely harder than the other 'easy' hikes on this site, and easier than other 'intermediate' hikes. It was also quite busy, though we were there on one of the first warm sunny Sundays of the year. Overall a good hike, and neat beach!

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                                                  • Jug Island Beach photo
                                                  • Jug Island Beach photo

                                                    Posted: May 1, 2017 09:18:52 AM PST

                                                    Mcmeowington from Surrey writes:

                                                    Hiked March 4 2017. Nice hike not sure why intermediate. Was easy. Relaxing. Nice view right at the end when jug island pops up over the hill. Had a fun hike went in rain couldn't tell lots of coverage.

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                                                    • Jug Island Beach photo
                                                    • Jug Island Beach photo

                                                      Posted: March 26, 2017 11:59:30 AM PST

                                                      SebLev from Toronto writes:

                                                      Hiked this on 3/18/2017 after a few days of rain. I hiked this as a warm up for my hike the next day. It was a simple hike, but it offered some beautiful views and a lot of mossy green trees. I would not call this trail intermediate. Any casual hikers can easily do this in no time. The trail was fairly muddy because of the rain, but there was a lot of little side trails that you could take to avoid the worst parts.

                                                      All in all, it was a decent hike and I would do it again with friends or family that just want to go do something quick and easy.

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                                                      • Jug Island Beach photo
                                                      • Jug Island Beach photo

                                                        Posted: March 18, 2017 05:44:56 PM PST

                                                        Lion Tamer from Vancouver writes:

                                                        Did the walk on 2017-01-27, day was a bit cloudy, with no rain.

                                                        Met a couple people on the trail, but the beach was nice and empty. The trail itself was great! clean, dry (a nice surprise for this time of year), with stairs when needed and a nice variety of scenery, terrain, and the occasional view through the trees to the Indian Arm. The beach itself was enjoyable, even for January. The trail is marked "intermediate" but make no mistake, this is a pretty easy walk, comparable to Lighthouse Park.

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                                                          Posted: February 7, 2017 02:53:49 PM PST

                                                          Lucas from Coquitlam writes:

                                                          Would not recommend swimming at the end of the trail because there is a slight current trying to pull you away from the shore but other than that it is a great hike I will bring doing at few more times this year and the landscape is absolutely beautiful

                                                          • Jug Island Beach photo
                                                          • Jug Island Beach photo
                                                          • Jug Island Beach photo

                                                            Posted: January 30, 2017 09:59:21 PM PST

                                                            Wendy Darling from Vancouver writes:

                                                            Trail is steep to start, but quickly becomes moderate. The trail was a bit rocky in some places, but any child over 6, with parent assistance should be fine. The trail itself does not have as much altitude as posted because it goes up but then immediately down to the water. This makes the trail very humid.

                                                            The trail has one bathroom at the end, and a garbage can so feel free to pack snacks. The beach front is very small but the water is crystal and if you flip the rocks to the right side, there are tiny crabs.

                                                            The "beach front"

                                                              Posted: August 16, 2016 05:25:35 PM PST

                                                              TI from vancouver writes:

                                                              Nice views at the end. Trail running, takes about 15 mins in, 20 mins out.
                                                              Good little hike.

                                                                Posted: June 12, 2016 08:07:55 PM PST

                                                                Tom from Deep Cove writes:

                                                                June 3 2016 Trailhead signs at each end say 5.5 Km RETURN. That's 2.75 Km one way. Return distance makes sense when you start at a road and end at an alpine lake, but some people start at each end on this trail and swap a kayak or get a boat ride back. Some crazies like me have even carried a kayak along the trail. Roughly half way along a signpost says 2.5 Km to Belcarra and 2 Km to Jug Island Beach. That adds up to 4.5 Km, not 5.5. If you started at Jug Island Beach, you could say you have walked 5.5- 2.5= 3 Km return or 1.5 Km one way. But the half way sign doesn't say "Return" and if you missed that on the Trailhead sign, you might think you have 2.5 Km more to walk to Belcarra Picnic Area instead of 2.75-1.5=1.25. Other hikers said they didn't notice the signs. Delicious swim at Jug Island beach with some guys that had a ball that skips on water.

                                                                  Posted: June 4, 2016 02:21:29 AM PST

                                                                  Rehana from New Westminster writes:

                                                                  Did this hike at the end of March and it was fairly busy. It was easy with a few ascents and descents, but the trail is well worn and the steepest bits were stairs. Wouldn't classify it as intermediate compared to the other intermediate trails on here (eg. Diez Vistas) but still a fun hike.

                                                                    Posted: April 12, 2016 01:41:50 PM PST

                                                                    Sherron from Coquitlam writes:

                                                                    Love this trail! Just the perfect up and down to make you feel like you are getting a workout and beautiful scenery to keep you going.... Such an amazing park so close to the city

                                                                      Posted: December 22, 2015 11:54:32 PM PST

                                                                      Char from Saskatoon, SK writes:

                                                                      This is a great hike to do pretty much any time of year. It's not the most exciting but the beach at the end is very cool. Arrive early because the parking lot fills up super fast in the summer.

                                                                        Posted: September 9, 2015 04:56:13 PM PST

                                                                        AF from Vancouver writes:

                                                                        Did the trail in Jun 7, 2015. The weather was fantastic and many families have already arrived before us to grab a nice spot for BBQ/picnic. The trail was perfect for a light work out. It took us slightly over one hr to get to the (rock) beach. The view was fabulous and I wish I had my swimming gear. Dipped my feel in the refreshing sea water nevertheless. Very enjoyable trail.

                                                                          Posted: June 18, 2015 03:08:07 PM PST

                                                                          V from Burnaby writes:

                                                                          This hike was very easy, just enough to work up a little sweat. Transit there was a pain in the butt, but worth it. The destination is great, the beach is rocky and if you're feeling adventurous you can climb over to the rocks by the water and feel like a real mermaid. Great spot to get pictures.

                                                                            Posted: June 2, 2015 08:18:56 PM PST

                                                                            Teresa from Port Moody writes:

                                                                            We [two seniors!] hiked this trail in 2 hours. A few mucky spots at this time of year so you'll need to watch your footing on some of the declines & ascents. Lots of beautiful mossy covered trees, well-behaved dogs & we even saw a brave soul take a dip near Jug Island. Saw folks catching crabs on the pier near the parking lot.

                                                                              Posted: February 15, 2015 02:58:00 PM PST

                                                                              Sherron from Coquitlam writes:

                                                                              This is a great hike. Lots of variety in the terrain, though it was a little muddy in spots. The beach at the end has a beautiful view. We combined this hike with the Admiralty Point trail. Good parking and the trailheads were easy to find. A highlight was sitting on the point last Wednesday in the sun in our shirts!

                                                                                Posted: January 31, 2015 09:46:12 AM PST

                                                                                Charmaine from Steveston writes:

                                                                                Great hike yesterday! The trail is labelled as intermediate because of some of the terrain but it was a nice, short, fairly easy hike. Completed it in 2 hours with a short break at Jug Island Beach which was really nice. Lots of people on the trail for April! Awesome way to start the season and it's a bit of a step up from the Admiralty Point Trail. The main beach area at Belcarra is great for a BBQ and always packed.

                                                                                  Posted: April 14, 2014 10:24:46 AM PST

                                                                                  Colin from Burnaby writes:

                                                                                  This hike is not intermediate but easy. My friend and I are average hikers (nothing hardcore) but still managed to finish the trail in about an hour. I would say this trail is equivalent to a light workout, at the most.

                                                                                    Posted: July 12, 2013 01:17:30 AM PST

                                                                                    Alex from Vancouver writes:

                                                                                    Did this trail last Monday (Victoria Day). It is pretty fun and easy. A few ups a, few down sections and you get on the beach in no time.

                                                                                    You can take dogs and even kids. No snow whatsoever. Great little hike!

                                                                                      Posted: May 24, 2013 07:26:24 PM PST

                                                                                      Jennifer Au from Canada writes:

                                                                                      Please tell me where is the exact start point for trail of Jug Island Beach? Any video for us to see the start point? many thanks!

                                                                                        Posted: October 2, 2012 05:43:58 PM PST

                                                                                        Diana from Richmond, BC writes:

                                                                                        This trail is fabulous! My 8 and 6 yr old boys made it. Although it took us more than 2.5 hours to complete the trail (about 4 hours or more). We also, packed our lunch and ate it by the beach, which was absolutely amazing, because we get to relax and enjoy the mini beach, especially my kids. My 3 year old boy almost made it, however, half way to the parking lot he got really really tired, so my husband had to carry him on his back. All in all, it is a fantastic trail for the family. We'll be back again.

                                                                                          Posted: August 12, 2012 02:13:38 AM PST

                                                                                          Rob from Burnaby writes:

                                                                                          Did this hike today. A couple of short steep sections but mostly easy walking. Took me about 1 hour round trip. Not much beach area at the end but the views are nice. If it was a hot day I would definitely swim over to Jug Island and hang out.

                                                                                            Posted: August 10, 2012 09:21:24 PM PST

                                                                                            Careasa from Pitt Meadows writes:

                                                                                            Hiked this yesterday. It was very nice! A pretty easy hike with good elevation intervals. The beach at the end was nice and we even went for a quick swim. The water was quite cold, but definitely refreshing after the hike.

                                                                                              Posted: July 10, 2012 04:16:58 PM PST

                                                                                              Susanna from Vancouver writes:

                                                                                              Hiked this today, in the rain, which was awesome. Great, short hike and very easy. I don't agree with it being labeled intermediate. Also, the entire hike only took us 1.5 hours plus a 10 minute break on the beach, so 1 hr. 40 min. total at a pretty descent pace.

                                                                                                Posted: May 28, 2012 03:24:06 PM PST

                                                                                                Jennifer S from Port Moody, BC writes:

                                                                                                Did this trail for the first time today. Looks like some trail maintenance has been happening- deep[er?] irrigation ditches have been dug beside the trail, and in another location a new staircase is almost finished. Most of the trail has also been laid with gravel and looks like they plan to do more or all of it by the big pile and buckets we passed.

                                                                                                We recently had that wind and rain storm, and there were two trees blown down across the trail not long after the staircase. I could step high and just make it over them and I'm 5'3" Lots of saturation from the recent rains.

                                                                                                Can't beat that view today in the sunshine, though, after all the rain that passed and all the rain to come :P

                                                                                                  Posted: November 25, 2011 03:44:56 PM PST

                                                                                                  Richard from Vancouver writes:

                                                                                                  I did this hike Nov. 6th and it was great! It had been sunny for a few days prior, so there was virtually no mud or muck on the trail. Ran into 3-4 families on the trail.

                                                                                                  I accessed the trail from the back side, which cut out the first 20 minutes of the hike. Quick Up and down, and some nice scenery on the way!

                                                                                                    Posted: November 7, 2011 01:03:53 PM PST

                                                                                                    Jools from Coquitlam writes:

                                                                                                    This is one of our favourite trails year round, but best in spring and fall. On summer days, the water around the beach can be noisy with boats. Our kids, (13, 10 and 7) manage it easily, but we took some older visitors who found the steeper parts and uneven ground challenging.

                                                                                                      Posted: August 22, 2011 03:06:09 PM PST

                                                                                                      Linda from Crescent Beach writes:

                                                                                                      We hike this trail today, and it was FABULOUS. I'm hoping to revisit the trail and drag my husband along some time in the middle of August when he gets a day off. When we emerged from the forest onto the beach, it was everything that I imagined it would be. However, we were disappointed when two men in a motorized dinghy scooted up to the beach and kindly asked us to leave, and the beach was the backdrop to an episode of the TV series, Psyche, and they were in the middle of shooting. At least we got to spend 5 minutes on the beach, and now I know it's a "must return" trail. I'll be back!

                                                                                                        Posted: July 26, 2011 06:39:50 PM PST

                                                                                                        Denise from PORT MOODY writes:

                                                                                                        Have done the hike twice now in the past month with my husband and two dogs.Some parts are quite steep but there are many gentle areas too. Ending up at the beach is the best part. Dogs love it too!

                                                                                                          Posted: May 29, 2011 12:27:08 PM PST

                                                                                                          Ian from Port Moody writes:

                                                                                                          Have just completed the walk in the April rain with the family including kids of 7 and 10. Long(is) walk for the smallest but all enjoyed the walk although we did have a debate about whether Jug Island looked like a jug! Trail in good condition

                                                                                                            Posted: April 25, 2011 01:46:23 PM PST

                                                                                                            Don from Delta writes:

                                                                                                            Hiked on October 18, 2010. Trail was in great shape. We started from the first parking lot in Belcarra (on the left, just past Sasamat Lake, up the switchback and throught the gate) to give the hike a little more length. Started hiking at 10 am or so, didn't see anyone til we were near Jug Island Beach. The beach was nice and the trail wasn't what I would call challenging, just a couple of steep spots and some stairs. Not too much mud.

                                                                                                            On a seperate note, I also brought my dogs hiking with me, and I always keep them on leash since they aren't super friendly to other dogs. I was disappointed to see that every other dog on the trail was off leash, despite several signs stating a leash requirement. I'm not trying to tell people how to behave, but I do value the privilege of hiking with my dogs and I wouldn't want to ruin that for others, which is another reason why I always keep them on leash. Please keep that in mind.

                                                                                                              Posted: October 18, 2010 07:49:15 AM PST

                                                                                                              Jesse from New West writes:

                                                                                                              Hiked this yesterday, June 5 2010. Very nice day sun shining. Was a bit muddy in some places but a fairly easy hike, not too sure why its intermediate. The hike isnt the best but the beach at the end near Jug island is worth the trip.

                                                                                                                Posted: June 6, 2010 10:13:17 PM PST

                                                                                                                Sung-Hye Grieco from Vancouver writes:

                                                                                                                My Husband and I had a great time hiking this trail. There was a wide variety of terrain including rocky hills, stairs, and dirt paths. Jug Island beach was a beautiful ending point and a great place to relax and enjoy lunch. There were many dogs on the trail and we saw several kayakers at the beach as well. We highly recommend this trail to any hikers who want to take the next step up from the "easy" trails. The starting point at Belcarra Bay was family friendly with lots of picnic areas, a pier to fish off of or catch crabs, as well as a nice place to unwind after your hike ... Enjoy!

                                                                                                                  Posted: May 15, 2010 08:25:06 PM PST

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