Lynn Headwaters Topo Map

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In 1981, when storms damaged the intakes, Lynn watershed was abandoned as the source of North Vancouver’s water supply; in 1985, Lynn Headwaters Regional Park came into being. This extensive wilderness area, logged in the 1800s, is now accessible to hikers. The low-level trails offer excellent hiking from May onwards. Begin by walking downstream (south) on the gravel road as far as the gate to the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve, where Lynn Loop Trail plunges left into the forest. Edged by salal and Oregon grape, this excellent trail along the benchland of the Lynn valley was made by the Federation of Mountain Clubs of B.C. After you pass the trail to Lynn Peak striking off to the right, the easy gradient is maintained as you walk on through the forest of tall hemlocks and cedars and the hundred-year-old stumps of their predecessors. 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