w15 Eagle Ridge-Westwood Plateau Walking Loop 10.5-16.7k for TCT25 in 2017
Selfie: on the Coquitlam Crunch stairway
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About the Journey:
This rewarding walk that takes in several greenways heading up Eagle Mountain and Westwood Plateau in Coquitlam is quite challenging and might be best done in two sections, 10k and 7k, while others may prefer the challenge of doing the 16.7k in one day. The highlights are the Coquitlam Crunch (440 well constructed stairway steps), Eagle Mountain, a couple of probably the largest Sitka Spruce in the Fraser Valley along Hoy Creek, spectacular views of the valley and again an appreciation of our natural forests in an urban setting such as Coquitlam. Allow 6 hours or more to do the whole hike in one day.