Wet boots and soggy scarves and toques.
Mountains, Forest and nothing more to want
Minnekhada Regional Park is a natural park situated in northeast Coquitlam, British Columbia, alongside Pitt-Addington Marsh and the Pitt River. It is over 200 hectares in size and features trails, rock knolls, abundant trees, birds and other wildlife. The centre of the park is the main marsh area, divided into upper and lower sections, divided by a dike and small footbridge.
There are two main entrances to the park with parking facilities. The Quarry Road entrance serves as the primary trail access point for hikers and bird watchers. The Oliver Road entrance provides access to Minnekhada Lodge and access to some of the trails. There is a secondary entrance in the northwest corner of the park, further north of the Quarry Road entrance, but there is no parking.
There are three primary trails through the park that follow an eastern trajectory towards the Pitt-Addington Marsh boundary: