Pitt Wildlife Management Area

Maple Ridge, British Columbia

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This tract of polder south of Pitt Lake has become even richer in possibilities than before with the creation of a north-south forest walk along its eastern boundary from just south of the lake to a termination level with Koerner Road. This section, a distance of 5.6 km (3.5 mi), rises to as much as 160 m (500 ft) in the process. Not only that, it is furnished with viewing pavilions like miniature Rhine castles that give you views to west and north, supplementing the bird-watching towers on the dykes themselves, which, connected as they are, allow you to enjoy walks of varied length.

Pitt Wildlife Management Area Professional Review and Guide

"This tract of polder south of Pitt Lake has become even richer in possibilities than before with the creation of a north-south forest walk along its eastern boundary from just south of the lake to a termination level with Koerner Road. This section, a distance of 5.6 km (3.5 mi), rises to as much as 160 m (500 ft) in the process.

Not only that, it is furnished with viewing pavilions like miniature Rhine castles that give you views to west and north, supplementing the bird-watching towers on the dykes themselves, which, connected as they are, allow you to enjoy walks of varied length."

Activity Type: Walking
Nearby City: Maple Ridge
Distance: 7.5
Trail Type: Several options
Duration: 4 hours
Season: Good most of the year
Driving Directions: Directions to Pitt Wildlife Management Area

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May 2018