Bowser Trail

North Vancouver, British Columbia

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In its official entirety, this trail running along the foot of the slope north of Marine Drive has one drawback: it is too short, less than 30 minutes being required for the complete walk. Fortunately it does lend itself to expansion at either end, giving you the possibility of a walk that may stretch as far as 4.7 miles if you wish. You may, for instance, start from Klahanie Park (reached by a left turn on Curling Road from Capilano Road just north of Marine Drive, with a short jog right on Glenaire Drive). From the parking lot, turn left on Glenaire, pass the barrier at the road end and go left again on Fullerton Avenue to the near side of the bridge leading across the Capilano River to Woodcroft.

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"In its official entirety, this trail running along the foot of the slope north of Marine Drive has one drawback: it is too short, less than 30 minutes being required for the complete walk. Fortunately it does lend itself to expansion at either end, giving you the possibility of a walk that may stretch as far as 4.7 miles if you wish.

You may, for instance, start from Klahanie Park (reached by a left turn on Curling Road from Capilano Road just north of Marine Drive, with a short jog right on Glenaire Drive). From the parking lot, turn left on Glenaire, pass the barrier at the road end and go left again on Fullerton Avenue to the near
side of the bridge leading across the Capilano River to Woodcroft."

Activity Type: Walking
Nearby City: North Vancouver
Distance: 3.7
Trail Type: Several options
Duration: 2 hours
Season: Good all year
Driving Directions: Directions to Bowser Trail

Recent Trail Reviews

12/8/2008
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This Bowser Trail is a gem . It winds and weaves its way thru the trees , and over streams. It is a short walk , a great place for the residents of the area to walk children to school safely . It is appropriately named The Bowser Trail , a great place to walk your dog. It is however under threat ... we think it should be left undeveloped. It is our only walkway , many of the streets have no sidewalks ... I walk it every day , its so sad to see the changes.



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