Boundary Bay Regional Park

Delta, British Columbia

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Since the total distance from Mud Bay in the east to Beach Grove at the bay’s western end is 16 km (10 mi), only the superfit, cyclists and two-car groups are likely to attempt this route in its entirety. Fortunately, there are numerous intermediate access points, so you may choose the distance you wish to cover in this interesting regional park, with its marine and mountain views and variety of birds. The whole area is particularly rich in birdlife and is of international importance to migrating and wintering birds. Waterfowl and shorebirds are common, but you may come across a snowy owl if you are lucky, and hawks and eagles may also be seen on the stretch between the dyke and the sands of the bay. There, too, you may spot small mammals such as the coyote.

Boundary Bay Regional Park Professional Review and Guide

"Since the total distance from Mud Bay in the east to Beach Grove at the bay’s western end is 16 km (10 mi), only the superfit, cyclists and two-car groups are likely to attempt this route in its entirety. Fortunately, there are numerous intermediate access points, so you may choose the distance you wish to cover in this interesting regional park, with its marine and mountain views and variety of birds.

The whole area is particularly rich in birdlife and is of international importance to migrating and wintering birds. Waterfowl and shorebirds are common, but you may come across a snowy owl if you are lucky, and hawks and eagles may also be seen on the stretch between the dyke and the sands of the bay. There, too, you may spot small mammals such as the coyote."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Delta
Distance: 6.5
Trail Type: Several options
Duration: 4.5 hours
Season: Good all year
Driving Directions: Directions to Boundary Bay Regional Park

Recent Trail Reviews

1/12/2010
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I commenced this walk at 104th Street and the trail by Delta Air Park. It was a windy, cloudy day and I came with my camera and 300mm lens to take pics of the bald eagles and other raptors that frequent this area. Not many walkers today but it was an enjoyable ramble for about four miles walking east past 112th Street and lunching in a copse by the bay. I managed to get some photos of bald eagles and a hawk. There were hundreds of Northern pintail ducks occasionally being harrassed by the eagles. All in all and enjoyable day.



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