Hyannis Trail Loop

Drive to the end of Berkley Avenue in Blueridge and turn left on Hyannis Drive. The Hyannis Trail begins at the end of the block. Hike for about a kilometre on Hyannis Trail then turn left onto Bridle Path. Follow this to Fisherman’s Trail which runs beside the Seymour Canyon. At the bottom of the hill turn left onto the Baden Powell Trail which will take you back to Hyannis Drive. This is an easy and well-marked trail with rocky parts and stairs on the 4 kilometre route.

A hiking program for the North Shore is not complete without mentioning the Baden Powell Trail. The last two trails follow portions of this 45 kilometre Baden Powell Trail which crosses the North Shore from Horseshoe Bay to Deep Cove. It was created in 1971 by the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides of Canada to honour their founder and celebrate British Columbia’s 100th Canadian anniversary. The Baden Powell trail hosts the annual Knee Knacker marathon.

District: District of North Vancouver

Stamp: Owl

Stamp Station Location: On Baden Powell Post about 100 m from trailhead