6 Things to Do at Burnaby Lake Regional Park

Trail at Burnaby Lake Regional Park

Photo: Burnaby Lake Regional Park

A visit to Burnaby Lake Regional Park is a great way to escape to nature without leaving the city. The large park protects a lake, wetlands, and forest and is home to lots of fish, birds, and mammals. Humans will enjoy hiking, wildlife watching, nature programs, and lots more. Use this guide to help you plan your trip to Burnaby Lake Regional Park.

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6 Things to Do at Burnaby Lake Regional Park

Take an Easy Hike Through One of These Vancouver Area Bogs

Sundew plant in a bog

Carnivorous sundew plants in a bog. Photo: Hans/Pixabay

In Vancouver, nature is all around us. We often think of the mountains, the ocean, or the forest, but Vancouver has unique wetland bogs as well. Home to many unique species of plants and animals, bogs are a great place to connect with nature and go on an easy hike.

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Take an Easy Hike Through One of These Vancouver Area Bogs

Fall Ecology Events Around Vancouver (In-Person and Online)

Nature's Edge Boardwalk at Capilano Suspension Bridge

Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

Spend some time learning about the natural world or volunteering to restore the environment this fall. Remove invasive species, learn about the ocean, go bird watching, or gaze at the stars. With lots of online and in-person ecology events happening in the Vancouver area, there’s something for everyone.

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Fall Ecology Events Around Vancouver (In-Person and Online)

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