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North Langley trail extended

An extension of the Trans Canada Trail also serves as an extension of a trail through Derby Reach Regional Park. Martin and Mark Timmer are working on the trail extension west of the existing Derby Reach Campground and parking area. The trail begins on 208 Street just north of Allard Crescent, winds through Derby Reach parklands, and then goes alongside Allard Crescent to connect with existing trails. It will soon be possible to follow the trail all the way from 208 Street to Fort Langley. - John Gordon/Langley Times
An extension of the Trans Canada Trail also serves as an extension of a trail through Derby Reach Regional Park. Martin and Mark Timmer are working on the trail extension west of the existing Derby Reach Campground and parking area. The trail begins on 208 Street just north of Allard Crescent, winds through Derby Reach parklands, and then goes alongside Allard Crescent to connect with existing trails. It will soon be possible to follow the trail all the way from 208 Street to Fort Langley.
— image credit: John Gordon/Langley Times

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