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Canyon Nature Trail – Manning Park

Canyon Nature Trail – Manning Park

The Canyon Nature trail is a super easy walk in Manning Park. The trail goes in a loop and there are two possible starting points; Either Coldspring Campground or from Pacific Trail trailhead on Gibson Pass Road. There are a few switchbacks to take you up each side of the Canyon, but the trail is well maintained and suitable for all ages and abilities. We did this in the evening (we were waiting for our room at the Manning Park…

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Beaver Pond Trail – Manning Park

Beaver Pond Trail – Manning Park

The Beaver Pond Trail is a super short walk that is great for hot days or in the evening, when you might even see a beaver! There are loads of fun, epic hikes in E.C Manning Provincial Park, in BC (Canada) but sometimes you fancy a mini walk to finish off your afternoon. On occasions like that (or if you are just driving through,) it’s always good to know about teeny adventures. We did this walk one afternoon as we…

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Skagit River trail – Manning Park

Skagit River trail – Manning Park

If you like the idea of an easy, pretty trail that doesn’t get too hot in the summertime, then the first part of the Skagit River trail is a fantastic option near EC Manning Provincial Park. If you have plenty of time, you can hike the entire 15km. Or, if you only want a quick peek, just walk along the first 1.75km to visit a waterfall next to an abandoned mine. We turned around at the pleasant Delacy campground which…

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Lightning Lakes Chain Trail – Manning Park

Lightning Lakes Chain Trail – Manning Park

Lightning Lakes Chain Trail takes you past a series of lakes, each with names related to thunder storms; Lightening Lake, Flash Lake, Strike Lake and Thunder Lake. Then on the way back, you’ll go past a Rainbow bridge. We visited in the rain, so although we did see plenty of soggy weather and clouds, we didn’t actually see any of the thunder or lightning these lakes are named for. Thank goodness. One thing you learn quickly if you like hiking…

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