c42 South Pitt Meadows Cycle Loop 31k for the TCT25 Program in 2017
Selfie: with the Trans Canada Trail kiosk
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About the Journey:
This easier mainly flat loop takes in two arms of the Trans Canada Trail allowing the trail to also reach Maple Ridge with a view that the Trans Canada Trail will also have a route on this side of the Fraser River all the way to the Mission Bridge and perhaps the Agassiz Bridge and be part of the Experience of the Fraser Parkway/Canyon to Coast Trail. Apart from the waterways the main interest in this loop are the farmlands, especially the cranberry and blueberry fields. Sighting of herons is very common along all of this loop. Best done counterclockwise and should take about 3 hours.