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.
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...
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...
January 17, 2014 - The Snowshoe Grind on Grouse Mountain is a steep climb towards the top of Dam Mountain. At just 4.3 Km’s (2.67 miles) and 215 metre (705 ft) elevation gain, it is a heart-pounding, sweat-dripping workout....
Located along the shores of West Vancouver, Lighthouse Park offers a variety of trails and scenic viewpoints of Burrard Inlet.
Hiking is a very enjoyable and healthy activity, however trails can pose many dangers for people who are not properly prepared. Read the safety tips and educate yourself about the environment, terrain, wildlife, and weather conditions that you may come across during your hike.
February 5, 2014
2014 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival
January 22, 2014
Memorial Service for Tim Jones
November 20, 2013
Grouse Grind Closed