Scott Creek Linear Park and Scott Creek Trail are located right near the Coquitlam Crunch in Coquitlam, B.C. This small trail is an area that runs behind a few homes and there is a creek that goes from Runnel Dr to EagleRidge Dr.
Coquitlam Crunch is one of the best places to go hiking in the Coquitlam area if you are looking for some place to get out and explore on a nice day, some place that isn’t going to be as busy as the Grouse Grind.
If you are parked on Runnel Dr then you will be able to explore many trails and parks in the area, there are restaurants nearby too if you get hungry and want a bite to eat. There are places like McDonald’s, Burger King, Tim Hortons, and other options nearby.
Scott Creek Trail
This is a beautiful area that is not busy at all, there isn’t going to be anyone nearby unless they are walking through on a morning jog or maybe they live nearby and are on there way somewhere. You won’t see big crowds gathering here, it is a very small creek that almost feels like a hidden place in Coquitlam.
If you want to see a beautiful creek area, with a few cherry blossom trees, and to go for a walk around the neighborhood, then Scott Creek Trail might be a good place to start.
From Scott Creek Trail you can turn onto either Runnel Dr or Eagleridge Dr and you can find your way to the Coquitlam Crunch to continue on for even more hiking.
Right near the Coquitlam Crunch you have also got Scott Creek Linear Park and Scott Creek Trail here, along with Eagle Ridge Park, Eagle Ridge Field, Harrier Park, and Hoy Creek Trail. Walton Park isn’t that far away, and there are many others.
You do not need to go all the way to the Grouse Grind if you want to get out and explore B.C., if you are in Port Moody, Coquitlam, or Port Coquitlam etc, then you should check out these areas around Coquitlam Crunch.
When the cherry blossoms are blooming during April you will also see that Port Moody and Coquitlam have many of these trees to find. Some of them are right here at Scott Creek Trail in Coquitlam.
The Coquitlam Crunch hiking area is one of the easier hiking spots to explore, there are a wide variety of options around B.C. if you are looking to get out and travel, to explore the outdoors and see some of the natural beauty that the province has to offer. Around the Coquitlam and Port Moody region you will find that there is a lot to see and do.
After going for a hike at the Coquitlam Crunch you could step over to the Coquitlam Grill for lunch, or one of the other restaurants nearby. You could pick up something for takeout and go to the pier over in Port Moody by Rocky Point Park Pier and enjoy the nice weather. When it gets warmer out this is a beautiful area to explore and right now there is plenty of free parking to find as well.