Vancouver hiking at its best
We will be hiking and exploring a trail along a local blueberry farm in Coquitlam / Port Coquitlam. The hike is 8 kilometers and can take up to 3 hours depending on our pace.
The bears are hibernating until about April! But during late spring and summer, you might see black bears in the blueberry fields and sometimes they even cross the trail right in front of you. I’ve also seen all kinds of birds, including bald eagles, Kingfisher and blue herons. Turtles, deer, cougar, raccoon and coyotes live here too. I will take high quality professional pictures of my guests during the hike and share them online afterwards.
As much as I want you to see wildlife, I cannot guarantee that we will see any animals. They are a bit unpredictable. After all, they are wild animals! I went on many hikes and showed hundreds of guests the amazing beauty of my “backyard”. Every hike is different and we see different animals and scenery. One thing is for sure: It is beautiful! Even in the rain and the scenery is amazing! My guests really like the hike. Read my 100+ great reviews on Airbnb.
Other things to note
I take pictures along the way and share them online via link with you (check out the high-res image option) but you should definitely bring your own camera. It might also become hot and there is no shade or trees to get cover. Come dressed accordingly to Vancouver hiking at its best.