Lynn Headwaters Regional Park, in North Vancouver, is a popular gateway to the North Shore wilderness. Lynn Headwaters is the largest of Vancouver’s regional parks and features both rugged backcountry routes that require the right experience, equipment and level of fitness, and front-country trails that offer options for those looking for shorter day-hikes.
Lynn Headwaters Regional Park includes some backcountry trails that are quite rugged. Before attempting any hikes in the park, make sure that you are prepared. Tell someone where you are going and when you will be back. It’s also a good idea to use the registration form for hikers, which will help make sure you return from your hike safe and sound. Coliseum Mountain, Lynn Lake and the Haines Valley trails should only be attempted by the most experienced and prepared hikers. These hikes are not recommended for most visitors, and they are closed for the season during fall and winter months.
Lynn Headwaters Regional Park & Trail Map (Metro Vancouver PDF)