The Best Hiking Trails in Richmond

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Richmond, BC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


900 Ferguson Road, Richmond, BC V7B 1W7

Since 1909

Hiking, Island, Sea, Natural Area, Bird-Watching, Drinking Fountain, Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Horseback Riding & Cycling

The majority of the walking route is along the beach or a sandy, unmarked trail before reaching the furthest section that is covered in logs

Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 9:00 pm

We were in Vancouver last Christmas visiting family and they took us to Iona Beach to walk on the jetty/spit pipe. I was a little put off at first because it is in fact a sewer pipe, but we liked the walk so much we went back and did it again before we left. The entire 4km ish walk is completely flat, and you can either walk on the gravel road or on top of the sewer pipe. There was no smell whatsoever, and the views out over the ocean to either side were amazing.

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12011 Seventh Avenue, Richmond, BC V7E 4X2

Since 1989

Historic Building, Drinking Fountain, Caretaker Building, Picnic Area, Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Washroom Facilities, Dog Watering Station, Nature & Parks

It is large 75 acres waterfront park, located close to historic Steveston Village - The park provides spectacular views of the South Arm of the Fraser River and the Gulf Islands

Mon - Sun 8:15 am - 8:00 pm

Garry Point Park is an interesting place to walk. On a sunny day people are out flying kites, people walking their dogs, kids are playing on the beach, fishing boats pass by and in the summer there are wild flowers galore. A great place for photographing flowers and scenery especially the North Shore Mountains and Vancouver Island. There is also Pajo's fish and chips concession stand. All in all a great family place.

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11851 Westminster Hwy, Richmond, BC V6X 1B4

Since 1968

Hiking Trails, Natural Area, Playgrounds, Trail Running, Outdoor Activities, Forest and Pond Habitat, Boardwalk, Wheelchair Accessible, Wildlife, Nature & Park

Free Admission - Consists of 200 acres of the raised peat bog habitat that once covered large portions of Lulu Island - Four walking trails totalling 5km provide visitors with the chance to encounter plants and animals in bog, forest & pond habitats

Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 6:00 pm

This park has wooden walkways over bogs and well-kept paths through forests. There are many birds and squirrels and turtles year-round and, in summer months, colourful butterflies, dragonflies, bees, and wasps. It is a very pleasant oasis of wild nature, tamed just enough for easy access. And there are clean washrooms and nice picnic areas. The Nature House has interesting displays, events, and activities for every season.

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