Houston Trail Topo Map

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Derby Reach Regional Park lies along the south shore of the Fraser River a few kilometers west of Fort Langley. Between June and September millions of sockeye and chinook salmon make their way up the river, followed by coho in late summer and chum during October and November. Spawning runs of steelhead and cutthroat trout occur throughout the winter. Lately, disquieting records indicate that the Fraser’s salmon runs, historically among the largest in the world, have become unpredictable. Highlights: Forest, farmland, riverbank; Fraser River, historic site, heritage buildings; broadleaf and vine maples; licorice fern, fungi; woodland birds; rabbits. Terrain: Some ups and downs. Well-groomed forest trails and gravel path.

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Mar 2018