Brunswick Point Topo Map

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Though this 7.4-km (4.6-mile) hike atop flat, gravel dike trails isn’t a challenge, it’s big on rewards: especially the 360-degree view of snow-capped mountains. During winter, snow geese flock to the surrounding fields and other migratory birds feed on the mudflats of Roberts Bank. For serious bird watchers, there’s an island bird sanctuary nearby. This gently sloped dike is a line in the sand between the swells of ocean tides and the farmland of Brunswick Point peninsula. The trail affords an easy journey over a flat gravel surface with plenty of opportunities for bird watching. Indeed, birders have spotted more than 200 species in the area. As the south arm of the Fraser River empties into the ocean, it deposits nutrients in the wide mudflats. currently offers topo maps from the entire United States. We plan to expand our topomap database in the future, however this map is not available at this time. Thank you for your understanding.

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Mar 2018