Hike along the scenic Ledgeview Loop as you climb uphill through a dense network of trails to the summit of McKee Peak. Although the peak doesn’t offer any real sightlines, along the trail you will have some scenic views overlooking the beautiful Fraser Valley. Keep an eye on your GPS, but also look out for passing mountain bikes, as this is a multi-use trail network.
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Route Description for Ledgeview Loop
The Ledgeview Loop is an amalgamation of several trails just to the east of Abbotsford that are popular for hiking and mountain biking. Due to the dense network of trails in the area, it is best to bring a trail map or GPS to stay on the correct route. The trail itself is a nice mixture of flat terrain, inclines, and forested paths. Along the route you will pass through beautiful stretches of woodland and experience some scenic views over the surrounding area, eventually making it to the summit of McKee Peak. The views from the peak aren’t actually the best on the trail, so we recommend enjoying the views near the shipping containers on the route. This is a great trail for the weekend warrior, offering a moderate level of difficulty and great sightlines over the Fraser Valley.
Getting to the Ledgeview Loop Trailhead
To reach the Ledgeview Loop trailhead from Abbotsford, head east on George Ferguson Way and turn left onto Ash Street. After 400 m, the road will veer right and become Old Clayburn Road. Follow this for 2.3 km and turn right onto McKee Drive before making a left onto McKee Road. In 700 m, turn right onto Whatcom Road and follow it for 500 m, where you will turn left onto Westview Boulevard. In 230 m, turn right onto Harvest Drive and follow it to the end to reach the trailhead.
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