For this c1 Central Langley Greeways Loop, the orange loop is 28 km. Combine it with the megenta loop for a distance is at least 32 km.
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About the Journey:
This loop outing leads one to explore how the Township of Langley has made an effort to create greenways to complement neighbourhoods. These urban greenways make for a very pleasant outing. You will note that there has been an evolution in the quality of the pathways in the greenways from the older neighbourhoods on the north side of the Highway to the new ones.on the south side.
Walnut Grove on the Northside of the Highway is largely in the upper Yorkston Creek watershed which drains into the Fraser River. Willoughby is on the southside of the Highway on the edge of the Latimer Creek watershed draining westward into the Serpentine River heading for the Salish Sea.