Buntzen Lakeview Trail
||6.0 km (return)
||Linear - Return
Starting in Port Moody on Barnet Highway (#7A), turn north onto Ioco Road. After heading straight through two intersections, the road changes into Heritage Mountain Boulevard and climbs uphill. Continue for two kilometers to a roundabout, turning right Davis Avenue. A short distance later, turn left onto Forest Park Way at a four way stop then left again onto Aspenwood Drive almost immediately. Aspenwood Drive becomes East Road and leads through the village of Anmore to Sunnyside Road. Turn right, and continue to the park entrance gate. Park in the main parking lot.
During the summer months, Buntzen Lake is extremely popular - the parking lot is on a first-come basis only. Once the parking lots are full, the gate will be closed for the day. Gate opening and closing times change throughout the year. To find out the current times, call the Buntzen Lake Warden's office at 604-469-9679.
The C26 bus operates from Coquitlam Centre to the Buntzen Lake area daily. Normally the bus stops at the either the East Road / Sunnyside Road intersection or the turnaround before the gate, but on weekends and holidays in July and August continues to the Buntzen Lake parking area. For bus schedules and information, visit the Translink website. It's 15-20 minute walk (1.8 km) from the gate to the parking area.
Mixed use trail - horse and hiking. Well maintained. Leads along the west edge of Buntzen Lake, roughly from the floating bridge to the suspension bridge. Runs parallel to the Buntzen Lake loop, but higher up. Not too many views of the lake, but a few minor ones. The trail is not flat and gains and looses 50-80m elevation frequently as it leads along the lake.
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