Browsed by
Tag: 105 Hikes

Snowshoeing to Garibaldi Lake

Snowshoeing to Garibaldi Lake

One of the most incredible summer hikes near Vancouver and Whistler is to Garibaldi Lake (and then on to Panorama Ridge if you have enough puff.) However it is also a stunning area to go snowshoeing. After checking the avalanche warnings for the Sea to Sky Region, we decided to make the most of a gap in the rain to have a look at Garibaldi Lake in winter. If you fancy a fabulous adventure through snow-encrusted, sparkly trees, this is…

Read More Read More

Skyline Trail to Lone Goat Mountain – Manning Park

Skyline Trail to Lone Goat Mountain – Manning Park

I have another corker that I’d like to share with you all. The Skyline Trail to Lone Goat Mountain (or to Snow Camp Mountain) in E.C. Manning Provincial Park is one of the premiere hikes in this part of British Columbia. It starts with a not-too-steep climb up to the main ridge of Snow Camp Mountain, then follows flower-filled alpine meadows over to Lone Goat Mountain. As soon as you reach the ridge, you will be treated to spectacular mountain…

Read More Read More

Tikwalus Heritage Trail

Tikwalus Heritage Trail

The Tikwalus Heritage Trail is an incredible hike where you’ll get a good workout, see some great views and learn about the history of the Nlaka’pamux First Nation and the Fraser Valley. This is a teeny section of a longer historial trail, that wound through the mountains all the way to Kamloops. Please note, I am not an expert in the Nlaka’pamux people or the history of BC, so the historical parts of this post are all from the various…

Read More Read More

Teapot Hill – Hikes near Chilliwack

Teapot Hill – Hikes near Chilliwack

If you’re looking for a family friendly hike near Vancouver or Chilliwack, and you fancy something a little bit quirky, Teapot Hill is perfect. Part of this trail is littered with teapots and tea related crockery. You’ll find teapots sitting on stumps, tea cups hanging from high branches in the forest and even saucers laid out for the local wildlife. There are a few options for the trail, but they all traverse through a pretty, mossy forest which would be…

Read More Read More

%d bloggers like this: