GATEWAY TO INDIAN ARM
Nestled at the foot of Eagle Mountain, the protected harbour invites boating and kayaking, while the forested parklands above are quintessential West Coast wilderness with hiking trails, lakes and mountain vistas.
Belcarra Regional Park and Buntzen Lake Recreation Area are hot commodities to city folk on a weekend getaway. And for outdoor enthusiasts, Port Moody is the gateway to Indian Arm, a pristine fjord where wilderness is up close and personal within minutes of launching a boat.
THINGS TO DO
Port Moody's gentle tides make kayaking a pleasure and its crescent shape shoreline is always busy with walkers, joggers and cyclists. The forested mountainside is home to Belcarra Provincial Park with its lovely lake and network of hiking trails, as well as Buntzen Lake Recreation Area, popular for its boating, fishing and many hiking trails. Several trails are suitable for mountain bikes.
The north side of Belcarra drops into Indian Arm, one of Metro Vancouver's most significant fjords that can only be explored by boat. Beyond Belcarra, set high on Eagle Mountain in neighbouring Coquitlam, the scenic Westwood Plateau Golf & Country Club is within easy reach, and offers a challenging 18-hole, par 72 course
FOOD AND DRINK
Looking to refuel after kayaking, hiking or biking? Heading out for weekend brunch or after-dinner drinks with family or friends? Port Moody has plenty of unique and delicious options, whether you find yourself near Newport Village, Heritage Mountain Shoppers Village, Suter Brook Village, Clarke Street, St. Johns Street, or Rocky Point Park.
If beer is your preferred beverage, Port Moody is sure to be your new favourite place! Head to Brewers Row, where you’ll find four breweries on a three-block stretch of Murray Street, or one of our local pubs. You can read all about Port Moody’s Ale Trail here. Even the L.A. Times has taken notice of Port Moody's Brewers row.
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