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Rolley Lake & Rolley Falls – Mission

Rolley Lake & Rolley Falls – Mission

Rolley Lake Provincial Park is a gorgeous recreation area (and campground) between Maple Ridge and Mission in BC, Canada. You can hike a loop around Rolley Lake, then finish the walk by wandering down to a couple of waterfalls known an Rolley Falls. The Lower Rolley Falls is one of those waterfalls that doesn’t look as amazing as it should from photos! The most impressive section of the falls plunges for around 20-30m but it is partially hidden by foliage,…

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Steelhead Falls – Mission

Steelhead Falls – Mission

Steelhead Falls is another fabulous waterfall near Mission (about an hour away from Vancouver, Canada) that is great fun to visit on a rainy day. This is a family friendly, fun trail through lush, fern-filled forest. The trail is downhill the whole way to the waterfall; So just make sure you save a little energy for the hike back up! We visited on the same day as the nearby Cascade Falls. This is a bit longer than the trail to Cascade…

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Cascade Falls – Mission

Cascade Falls – Mission

Cascade Falls in Mission is perfect for a family friendly waterfall adventure! Do you love visiting waterfalls on rainy days? How about suspension bridges? What if I told you there is an impressive waterfall near Mission (BC, Canada), that you can reach via an easy trail and get up close to the gushing waters on a suspension bridge!? It is a bit short to count as a hike BUT if you fancy a longer walk, you can pair it with…

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Bear Mountain Loop – Mission

Bear Mountain Loop – Mission

Bear Mountain is an area just North of Mission, BC (Canada) which is mainly used by mountain bikers. However if you don’t mind stepping out of the way when cyclists zoom past, this area is also pretty fun for hikers. The loop we found was varied with pretty woodland and fantastic views. However there are so many trails, you could easily create your own route to explore. The mountain is 543m high, so it is snow-free much earlier than other…

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