|Fort to Fort Trail near the Fraser River and Bedford Channel in Township of Langley.
From the Derby Reach park to the Historic Parks Canada Site and Birthplace of BC.
|The stunning views which can be found here make this trail popular with visitors to the area. There are also a number of great bed and breakfast locations available in the surrounding area, which are perfect for those visiting from further afield. You can take a look at the photographs and maps below in order to help plan your route. Of course, there are a number of other trails which you can follow in this area - links to which can be found at the bottom of this page.
|Fort to Fort Trail marker above
The trail connects the first Hudson Bay Company's Fort Langley site (1827) with the second fort location (1839), now the National Historic Site in downtown Fort Langley.
|The Fort~to~Fort Trail is lined with native wildflowers and lush vegetation and views of the Bedford Channel (section of the Fraser River). This mixed-use trail is poular with walkers, runners, and cyclists. The trail links the Hudsons Bay Fort in Derby Reach Regional Park, and the Fort Langley Historic Site in the village of Fort Langley.
Fraser River Trail in Fort Langley BC along the Bedford Channel and Fraser River. G.V.R.D Greater Vancouver Regional District managed with Township of Langley Parks and Recreation. Start from Derby Reach Campground park or Downtown Fort Langley.
|Aerial View of Fort Langley by Donna Astbury|