Explore Vancouver Hiking Trails

Panoramic mountain top views, tranquil lakes, thick west coast rain forests, beautiful waterfalls, and breath taking alpine scenery are just a few of the many spectacular outdoor experiences along the hiking trails near Vancouver, British Columbia.

Hiking is the perfect way to enjoy the nature and beautiful scenery that Vancouver has to offer. Vancouver Trails has a range of trails from easy to difficult, from half day to full day hikes, each divided amongst several regions and each with their own unique terrain.

Start planning your outdoor adventure by viewing the list of trails or use the regional map as a reference point to where each hike is located.




Garibaldi Lake

A New Hiker’s Guide For The Vancouver Area

April 10, 2014 - This guide will provide information for people who are new to Vancouver or looking to expand and explore beyond the city, the many hiking trails on the local mountains and in south western British Columbia....



Enjoying a view, snowshoeing at Hollyburn Mountain

Hollyburn Mountain Snowshoeing

March 1, 2014 - The snowshoe trail to Hollyburn Mountain is one of the more popular winter routes near Vancouver. It begins from the cross-country ski area of Cypress Mountain and is about 7km round-trip, gaining 450 meters in...



Zoa Peak Snow

Zoa Peak Snowshoe

February 4, 2014 - Located just off the Coquihalla Highway, Zoa Peak offers a great snowshoe adventure with incredible views of the surrounding mountains in the region. Lori Pederson of Hiking For the Scaredy Cat gives advice from her...





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The Pepin Brook Loop Trail in Aldergrove Lake Regional Park.

The Pepin Brook Loop Trail in Aldergrove Lake Regional Park.
 

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