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Bear Creek Park Nature Trails

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Walking trails wind through meadows and forest, across bridges and streams.

Bear Creek Park is unique in that it is home to 2 salmon-bearing streams: Bear Creek and King Creek. Visit between October and mid-November, to see up to 3 species of Pacific salmon (Chum, Coho and Chinook) completing their amazing journey back to their spawning grounds.

Bear Creek Park Map (PDF. New window.)

Trail Round Trip:
Approximately 5.2 kilometres. Allow 1 hour.

How to Get There:
Take King George Highway and turn east on 88 Avenue. Entrance to the parking lot is off 88 Avenue at the pedestrian lights next to the Arts Centre.Nature Matters logo

Thursday, March 26, 2015

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- This event lasts for 90+ minutes


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