Altitude 351m a.s.l
The Lynn Boulders are a unique cluster of granite blocks sitting virtually undetectable at the north end of the Lynn Loop trail. If it weren't for the signpost indicating themÂ as a point of interest, we might never know they even existed! Recently, this area has enjoyed a feverish wave of development. This is the best bouldering on the north shore.Â
The Boulders stay remarkably cool, even in the heat of summer. As such, they take 3-5 days of warm weather to fully dry.Â
From the main parking area in Lynn Headwaters Park, walk through the picnic area and across the Lynn Creek bridge to a large information kiosk. Turn left and head up the gravel service road (Cedar Mills Trail) that runs alongside Lynn Creek for about 2km, then turn right at a signpost for the Lynn Loop and Headwaters Trail (20 mins). Crank up steep switchbacks for 10 mins to a junction with Headwaters Trail at the top. Turn right and head south on Lynn Loop for about 150m watching out for the signpost on your left pointing towards the 'Boulders'. Follow the trail for about 1 min to the obvious 'Boss Boulders'.
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