Another trail in the Lynn Headwaters Regional Park that is easily accessed by bus. From the parking lot it is a 7 km round trip with about 921m of elevation gain.
Lynn Peak is the southernmost summit on the divide between Lynn Creek and the Seymour River. The trail is usually accessed from the Lynn headwaters side, but can also be reached from the trails in the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve (LSCR).
|Translink Bus Information|
|210 Upper Lynn Valley||map||schedule|
|228 Lynn Valley||map||schedule|
The park gate is at the end of Lynn Valley Road, and then it's about 1km along a paved road to the parking area. Note that the gate closes around sunset, so park outside the gate if planning on a late return. If your car is still there when the gate closes, a rescue operation will be initiated. City Bus 228 (from Lonsdale Quay) stops right beside the park gate and the 210 (from downtown Vancouver) stops a block from the gate.
- Metro Vancouver Lynn Headwaters Regional Park main page - has pdf map of the park and trails.
- Lynn Headwaters trail map
- Metro Vancouver Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve main page
- LSCR trail map showing eastern access to Lynn Peak trail