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NameOverviewTotal distanceAverage Rating
Mt. CheamBeautiful hike to an awesome viewpoint-8
Elk MountainChilliwack's version of the GROUSE GRIND! A good workout for a morning or afternoon -7
Ford Mountain LookoutA short, scenic hike to the site of an old Lookout Tower, in the Chilliwack River Valley.-7
Cloudburst Alpine via Chance Creek RoadAccess to Cloudburst Mountain when there is lots of snow. There is no trail, and is a nasty bushwhack without snow-5
Red Heather MeadowsThis trail leads from the Diamond Head Parking lot just inside Garibaldi Provincial Park-7
Spring Ski Grouty RidgeIn the spring, after the Hurley River Road through Railroad Pass is ploughed, this is a super location for backcoutry skiing--
Brandywine MeadowsSpectacular alpine meadows and mountain peak near Brandywine Park.--
Fairview Horse TrailsGroup of exising trails providing access to Sawmill lake, Madden Lake, and surrounding areas in Oliver Bc--
Eiffel PeakAn easily accessilbe 3,000-metre peak in the Rockies, very near Lake Louise. For scramblers.-8
Tunnel BluffsA seldom travelled hike above the viewpoint on Hwy 99 2km north of Lions Bay. Lots of old trees and a couple of views. 1-
Mount MercerA little-known summit in the Chilliwack River Valley, with views to rival the other more "popular" destinations.1.28
Rohr LakeEasy rambling to a spectacular lake. Less crowded than Joffre.28
Mt. McGuireA picturesque climb to 360° views!3.25
Battleship LakesBushwack/ski/snowshoe up to a forested lake. Plenty of opportunities for daytrips and exploration.3.59
Marriot BasinA nice walk up to the Alpine to a cabin. Staying at the cabin affords opportunities to explore the many fine peaks in the area.48
Joffre LakesA nice climb into Alpine splendour, with three amazing lakes on the way up.5.55
Lindeman/Greendrop LakesA short (but steep) hike to a beautiful. popular lake, or a longer haul to a remote destination - the choice is yours!68
Gambier LakeIf leaving from Vancouver, the hike begins with two nice ferry trips, to arrive in New Brighton. This is a 7km hike, with the firs 2kms along a gravel road.77
Tenquille Lake - Hurley road accessThe trail climbs up over a pass, and into a valley for easy alpine rambling to the lake.8-
Lake of the Hanging Glacier TrailA world renowned well used trail to a glacial lake sourrounded by rockwalls and hanging glaciers. There is an area for camping before the trail gets to the lake.8-
Garibaldi Lake from Rubble CreekThis is a wonderful hike covering 9kms from the Parking Lot at Rubble Creek to Garibaldi Lake.99
Norvan FallsA 15 km return hike to Norvan Falls. Little elevation gain136
LionsTrail delivers you to base of West Lion.159
Kusam Klim Trail (Bill's Trail)A hard up hill hike on a well marked trail until the top of the mountain. The rest is down hill and a fairly easy hike. 23 KM, its not easy but its beautiful and fun!23.2-
Williams Lake River Valleya 13 km trail in the heart of the city that gives an incremental wilderness experience as you get closer to the Fraser River24-
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