Centennial Beach in Boundary Bay Regional Park
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Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)

Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)

Delta’s generally flat landscape and agricultural vistas have created a network of trails that are ideal for light hiking and walking.

Many of Delta’s trails are easily accessible and offer ideal terrain for family-oriented excursions. Several trails are multi-use and are shared with horses and cyclists. Delta's numerous parks, such as Boundary Bay Regional Park, Deas Island, the Delta Millennium Trail and the North Delta Watershed Park are a few good places for strolling outdoors.

Boundary Bay Regional Park (easy)

Each of the four main trails at Boundary Bay Regional Park takes in the beautiful shoreline of Boundary and Mud bays with views beyond to Vancouver Island. These include the 0.25km/275yd Dune Trail Interpretive Loop, which is primarily sand dune habitat (allow 15 minutes), and the 1km/0.6mi Savannah and Raptor Trail to an old field habitat that's home to owls and hawks (allow 30 minutes each way).

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