This 36-acre nature reserve is located at the top of Chilliwack Mountain. The land was generously donated by Pat and Paige Woodward!
It features approximately 2km of trail, steep in some sections, that leads to a gorgeous viewing platform with sweeping views of the Cascade Mountains and the valley below.
There are two sets of stairs on the viewpoint trail, one made of wood and one of stones.
There are actually two different trails here, while I did the Viewpoint/Lookout trail which is shorter, there is also another trail that takes you to the very top of the property to a small lake and then loops around to meet up again with the Viewpoint trail.
The parking area is very small, located at a dead end of a residential street so if it is busy or people double park it makes it interesting!
The drive to the park itself is also beautiful and you never know what kind of wildlife you might see on your way there. Today I had to stop for a deer in the road and then realized there were four more of them up the hill!
The park is managed in partnership with the City of Chilliwack.To learn more, click Here.
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