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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…

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Hope Lookout Trail – Hikes near Hope

Hope Lookout Trail – Hikes near Hope

The Hope Lookout trail (also known as the Hope Hustle) is a steep exercise trail near Hope, East of Vancouver (Canada). It won’t take you very long but it’ll warm you up and really get your heart pumping. It’s all worth it once you make it to the lookout to see the gorgeous mountain views. We had spent the previous night camping nearby at Bridal Veil Falls. The weather forecast was pretty terrible for later that day, so we got…

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Three Brothers Mountain – Manning Park

Three Brothers Mountain – Manning Park

I am so excited to share this one! The Three Brothers Mountain (reached by hiking along the Heather Trail) is one of the most popular hikes in Manning Park. The trail itself is not particularly difficult so it is a great challenge for newbie hikers; Or for when you don’t quite have your hard-core summer legs ready. You drive up to 1950m, so you can expect epic alpine views right from the start of the walk. Then British Columbia keeps…

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Three Falls Trail – Manning Park

Three Falls Trail – Manning Park

The Three Falls Trail is a fun, easy to follow hike near the Lightning Lake Campground in E.C. Manning Provincial Park. On this walk you will get to see beautiful forest, bunches of wildflowers, along with three fantastic waterfalls. Plus the area is full of wildlife. We met a bear, saw a snowshoe hare and heard pikas all along this short walk. If you come in the summertime, you can feast on wild strawberries along the way. It was the…

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