Halfmoon Loop Trail
The Halfmoon Loop is a 2.5mi lollipop hiking route near Halfmoon Bay, BC that sets out from the Trout Lake Picnic Area and winds through a dense stretch of forest. Made up of wonderfully shaded pathways and relatively flat terrain, this well-maintained trail is perfectly suitable for hikers of all skill levels. If you are looking to make this hike into a full day excursion, try spending some time at nearby Trout Lake, where you can spread out for a nice picnic or go for a refreshing swim.
To reach the trailhead for the Halfmoon Loop from Sechelt, make your way southwest along BC-101 for 7.3mi and turn right on Trout Lake Road. In roughly 62.1mi, you will find the parking area with the trailhead on the left.
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Halfmoon Loop Trail
Halfmoon Loop Trail Description
Hiking along the Halfmoon Loop is a great way to get out for some easy exercise while enjoying the beautiful forest atmosphere along the Sunshine Coast. The trail sets out from the Trout Lake Picnic Area and heads west into the forest before turning toward the north to meet up with a junction. From here, take the path to the right to set out on a loop through the scenic forest terrain. As there are some intersecting trails along this route, you might want to bring a trail map or GPS in order to stay on the correct path, although it isn’t a complete necessity. Reaching the northernmost part of the trail, you will come to a powerline clearing through the forest. Continue along the trail as it turns to the southwest and re-enters the shady protection of the tree canopy for the return portion of the loop back towards the trailhead.
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