Belcarra Regional Park’s Jug Island Trail

Jug Island trail meanders in the opposite direction from Admiralty Point trail. It’s a longer hike up and down through pristine forest to a secluded inlet that stretches off Burrard Inlet.

Jug Island Trail beach, Belcarra Regional Park, B.C.
Jug Island Trail beach, Belcarra Regional Park, B.C.

After the last hundred metres of steep downhill trail, uninhabited Jug Island rests off shore. The tiny, rocky island covered in trees sits between Belcarra and North Vancouver. The water lapping the pebbly beach is crystal clear, icy and calm. It’s a perfect place to reflect because there’s usually not many people along this route.

5 thoughts on “Belcarra Regional Park’s Jug Island Trail”

  1. Reblogged this on HarsH ReaLiTy and commented:
    Don’t you love when you find peaceful, hidden spots away from the rest of the world! Nice photo and it looks like a great spot for some self-reflection. 🙂 -OM
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