Friday, May 4th leave from Cariboo End 7:00 pm. Lead by David Hodge
Saturday, May 5th leave from the Craig Avenue End at noon. Lead by Rod Drown
Saturday, May 5th leave from Cariboo End at 1:00 pm. Lead by Rod Drown
Sunday, May 6th leave from Cariboo End at 1:00 pm. Lead by Carol Chrisjohn.
From 1911 to 1953, the Burnaby Lake Interurban Line carried people between East Vancouver and Sapperton in New Westminster. It was part of a rather extensive rail transportation network that stretched east to Chilliwack and south to White Rock. Members of the Old Interurban Forest Preservation Society will be leading walks along the Old Interurban rail bed trail during the weekend.
To access the Rail Bed Trail from the east end, walk just a short distance northward from the intersection of Craig Avenue and Holmes. Your guide will be waiting for you at the end of the trail and will lead you up into the trees, to where the old railed really starts.
The Cariboo end access is best reached by getting off the 101 Bus traveling to Lougheed Station. Get off at Bus Stop No. 52264, which is just up the hill from the Cariboo Fellowship Centre at 7200 Cariboo Rd in Burnaby.
For further information please visit our website at https://oldinterurbanforestpreservation.org/ or our Facebook Page.