BC Backgrounds
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Port Coquitlam Trail

   Port Coquitlam Trail network is also known as the Traboulay PoCo Trail, a 25-kilometer route that forms a circle around the community. This flat walking and cycling trail is suitable for exploring year round. The trail cuts through a varied landscape that includes forest, creek, river front, meadow and marsh.

   The downtown section winds through a park area, close to where local residents live, play and work. From there, cycle through the serene and historic Colony Farm section, which features more than 150 bird species and is one of the most bio diverse parts of the region.

   Along the south Pitt River, the trail winds past the Citadel Landing boardwalk, Peace Park and river-based industry, while offering views of the river and Douglas Island. Next is the Deboville Slough and north Pitt River section, which features splendid views of farmland and the mountains. From there, continue on to enjoy the cool shade from the tall trees along the Coquitlam River and Hyde Creek sections, particularly refreshing on a hot day.

Fort to Fort Trail

   The Fort to Fort Trail in Fort Langley, BC is about 11 kilometers, which is about a 2.5 hour walk through lush vegetation, native wildflowers, and magnificient views of the Fraser River. There are a number of view decks and benches along the route, and at the end/begining there are many charming shops in Fort Langley Village.

The Crowsnest Highway

   The Crowsnest Highway (highway #3) is Western Canada’s old route to The Coast, which meanders almost fifteen hundred kilometers, but only about seven hundred and fifty kilometers as the crow flies. The Crowsnest Highway travels from the rainforest area of Hope, in the west (one hundred and fifty kilometers west of Vancouver, BC), through Manning Provincial Park and a mountain pass, into Princeton.

  From Princeton, you travel through the Okanagan area (midway across BC, just south of Penticton and Kelowna), an area of both orchards and desert (Osoyoos,BC is actually Canada's only official desert), another mountain pass, and the towns of Rock Creek, Midway, Greenwood, and Grand Forks.

   From Grand Forks you enter the West Kootenay area of BC, another mountain pass and the towns of Castlegar, Trail, Rossland, Fruitvale, and Salmo (1/2 hour south of Nelson). Next is your highest mountain pass the Salmo-Creston Pass, and into Creston and the East Kootenay area of south east BC, alpine forest and the towns of Yahk, and Moyie lead into the cities of Cranbrook and Kimberley.

   From Cranbrook you travel through the towns of Jaffray, Elko, Fernie, Sparwood, and then you cross the Crowsnest Pass, and the British Columbia / Alberta border.

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