Logger’s Creek Nature Trail
Hike along the Logger’s Creek Nature Trail to experience the peaceful forests that make Squamish such a scenic town. Along this 2.1 km trail, you will find sensitive wildlife habitats, such as frog breeding ponds, and a variety of local vegetation that is densely populated throughout the area. This is an easy trail that families will enjoy, allowing young children to explore nature without getting into any trouble.
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Route Description for Logger’s Creek Nature Trail
The Logger’s Creek Nature Trail is a short, densely forested hike located right off the Sea to Sky Highway in the heart of Squamish that features thick vegetation and sensitive wildlife habitats, such as frog breeding ponds. This trail is a literal walk in the park, with perfectly maintained gravel paths and almost no change in elevation along the route. This makes it a great outing for the whole family—hikers of all ages and skill levels will enjoy the trail, but remember to bring bug spray, as the route is also popular with mosquitoes.
Getting to the Logger’s Creek Nature Trail Trailhead
To reach the parking area for the Logger’s Creek Nature Trail from Squamish, drive north on BC-99 N and make a right turn onto Logger’s Lane. After 750 m, make another right to enter the parking area.
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