Port Moody, BC Trails and Parks

Port Moody has 8 trails in the vicinity, including 5 hiking trails and 2 for walking. These trails range from 1 to 8.3 miles in length. The most popular trail is Burrard Thermal Access Plant / Belcarra Trail System and Burns Point. Trails.com member Chris A. recently completed Burrard Thermal Access Plant / Belcarra Trail System.
  • Burns Point

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    Port Moody, BC

    Belcarra picnic area attracts crowds on summer weekends, as does White Pine Beach on nearby Sasamat Lake, but there is more to Belcarra Regional Park than these deservedly popular spots. As well ...
    •  Allow 2 hours
    •  3 miles
    •  Guide

    Belcarra picnic area attracts crowds on summer weekends, as does White Pine Beach on nearby Sasamat Lake, but there is more ...

  • Buntzen Lake

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    Port Moody, BC

    Lake Beautiful, as this body of water was originally called, was dammed in 1903 as part of Vancouver’s first hydroelectric power project. Later, a tunnel was made through Eagle Mountain (the ...
    •  1 miles
    •  Guide

    Lake Beautiful, as this body of water was originally called, was dammed in 1903 as part of Vancouver’s first hydroelectric ...

  • Shoreline Trail

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    Port Moody, BC

    Congratulations to the City of Port Moody for preserving the waterfront at the head of Burrard Inlet for recreation, thus blessing wildlife and other lovers of the outdoors. The 3-km (2-mile) ...
    •  3.75 miles
    •  Guide

    Congratulations to the City of Port Moody for preserving the waterfront at the head of Burrard Inlet for recreation, thus ...

  • Woodhaven-Sasamat Trails

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    Port Moody, BC

    Here is a varied low-level hike that samples some of the more recent additions to Belcarra Park’s trail system. Using the Woodhaven Gate parking lot as a starting point, you can take an unusual ...
    •  Allow 2.5 hours
    •  4.5 miles
    •  Guide

    Here is a varied low-level hike that samples some of the more recent additions to Belcarra Park’s trail system. Using the ...

  • Jug Island Beach

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    Port Moody, BC

    Tiny Jug Island sits just off the beach at the end of Belcarra Peninsula. Getting there requires hiking a forest trail through the peninsula’s center, and though it’s an easy hike, it feels like ...
    •  1.5 hours
    •  3.6 miles
    •  Guide

    Tiny Jug Island sits just off the beach at the end of Belcarra Peninsula. Getting there requires hiking a forest trail through ...

  • Sendero Diez Vistas

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    Port Moody, BC

    Nothing tops the fjord viewpoints and lakeshore vistas on this lengthy but worthwhile hike. A challenging climb up Buntzen Ridge elevates you above saltwater Indian Arm. More than 10 viewpoints ...
    •  4-5 hours
    •  8.3 miles
    •  Guide

    Nothing tops the fjord viewpoints and lakeshore vistas on this lengthy but worthwhile hike. A challenging climb up Buntzen ...

  • Buntzen Lake

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    Port Moody, BC

    This moderate loop hike follows the undulating forest shoreline of Buntzen Lake—a BC Hydro–managed recreation area that’s a popular spot to cool off in summer. Along the route, you get a sense ...
    •  3 hours
    •  6.1 miles
    •  Guide

    This moderate loop hike follows the undulating forest shoreline of Buntzen Lake—a BC Hydro–managed recreation area that’s ...

  • Burrard Thermal Access Plant / Belcarra Trail System

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    Port Moody, BC

    These trails are located on the north shore of Port Moody. This trail network is more of a state of mind than a single ride. It is a tight, technical network offering riders a diversity of options. ...
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    These trails are located on the north shore of Port Moody. This trail network is more of a state of mind than a single ride. ...