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Bert Flinn Main 

Location  Heritage Mountain Blvd at David Avenue(map)
Amenities  hiking bike riding
Description Bert Flinn Park was formed as a result of a referendum in 1999. Largely undeveloped, the park has an extensive trail system for hikers and mountain bikers. Most trails are unmarked, so users should exercise caution when traveling on unfamiliar trails.

An off-leash dog walk is located on the gravel right-of-way west of the Heritage Mountain Blvd / David Ave roundabout. Dogs must be leashed on trails beyond this gravel roadway.

The park is home to many bird and animal species including bear, raccoon, coyote and barred owls. Wetlands located at the north end of the park along the gasline right-of-way are home to many pond creatures including red-legged frogs and Northwestern salamander.

Many of the trails are old logging roadbeds: look closely to see evidence of this industry which flourished here in the early 1900s. Logged skid roads and old campsite artifacts can be seen in several locations in the park.
Park Size 126 Hectares

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Last updated: 05/07/2016 12:36:01 PM