Storm Closures

November 15, 2021

Do NOT plan to go hiking today. While there may be a temptation to venture out to see some of the storm damage, there are many dangerous situations that are rapidly evolving and changing. This includes many closures to Roads, Parks, and Trails throughout the region. Emergency crews are strained with several difficult rescues in progress.

Here are some of the closures:

Highways

  • Highway 1 East of Chilliwack from severe flooding
  • Highway 7 near Agassiz due to mud slides
  • Coquihalla Highway due to significant flooding, mud slides, and damage
  • Highway 1 North of Hope due to extreme flooding
  • Highway 3 at the Sunshine Valley and East of Manning Park
  • Highway 99 from a mud slide 42km south of Lillooet

Parks

  • Grouse Mountain Regional Park (Grouse Grind, BCMC, Baden Powell Trails)
  • Lynn Headwaters Regional Park (Lynn Loop, Rice Lake, Norvan Falls)
  • All Parks and Trails in Abbotsford, Mission, Chilliwack, Hope, and throughout the Fraser Valley Region.
  • Aldergrove Regional Park
  • Brae Island Regional Park
  • Campbell Valley Regional Park
  • Derby Reach Regional Park

Partial Park Closures

These parks have several trails closed due to flooding or unstable trail conditions:

  • Boundary Bay Regional Park
  • Burnaby Lake Regional Park
  • Colony Farm Regional Park
  • Delta Nature Reserve
  • Delta South Surrey Regional Greenway
  • Kanaka Creek Regional Park
  • Minnekhada Regional Park
  • Pacific Spirit Regional Park
  • Pitt River Regional Greenway

more to come…


Photos and Videos

Lynn Creek at Lynn Headwaters Park Entrance

Gold Creek in Golden Ears Provincial Park

Steelhead Falls in Mission

Twin Falls Bridge in North Vancouver

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