Hike: Munro and Dennett Lakes
Distance: 12.5 km
Dogs allowed: Yes, on-leash
Munro Lake and Dennett Lake are two beautiful lakes which can be accessed via a steep hike in Pinecone Burke Provincial Park, Coquitlam.
The lakes are close to each other, although separated by about 120 meters of elevation. You first reach Munro Lake along the trail, and then carry on another 1 km to Dennett Lake. Between the two lakes, there is an incredible viewpoint looking east.
Dennett Lake serves as a terrific swimming hole in the summer.
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Hike: Gold Creek Falls
Location: Maple Ridge
Distance: 5.6 km
Dogs allowed: Yes
Gold Creek Falls, reached by the Lower Falls Trail, is a popular hike in Golden Ears Provincial Park, near Maple Ridge, B.C.. Gold Creek Falls is a great hike for those camping in the park or visiting Alouette Lake. It is a popular pick for those seeking an enjoyable and relaxing hike.
The trail is wide and groomed the entire way to the waterfall. With minimal elevation gain, this is an easy hike, perfect for beginner hikers and children. The Lower Falls Trail winds through a beautiful stretch of forest before reaching the Gold Creek Falls waterfall. It takes about 1 hour each way, to the Gold Creek waterfall.
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