Mission is a quaint rural community positioned on a hillside above the mighty Fraser River, among coastal mountains and sprawling farmland, and about an hour's drive east of Vancouver. Given its geography, it's no wonder the area is known for its tremendous fishing, hiking, swimming and camping experiences.
Hayward Lake's 10 kilometre Reservoir Trail offers a relaxed and peaceful setting, while easily connecting with the area's scenic six kilometre Railway Trail. As one of Metro Vancouver's more popular provincial parks, Rolley Lake is an outdoor explorer's dream with its impossibly idyllic wilderness setting, warm water lake and array of outdoor experiences - from swimming, fishing and canoeing to camping, picnicking and hiking.
Cascade Falls is located northeast of Mission, BC, and the scenic waterfall can be viewed from a suspension bridge that crosses the river above the canyon.Read More
Located near Mission, BC, the hike around Devil's Lake is a scenic forested loop with views of the lake, views of Rockwell Peak, and access to the scenic beach area.Read More
Located north of Mission, BC, Hayward Lake offers two hikes that meander along scenic trails maintained by BC Hydro.Read More
The Hunter Road Trail is located in Mission, BC, and follows a forestry service road to an incredible viewpoint that looks north over Stave Lake.Read More
The hike to the Iron Mountain Lookout in Mission, BC, follows a steep route that loops around the top before passing two spectacular views of the Hayward Lake area.Read More
A popular day use and camping area, Rolley Lake is located northwest of the town of Mission.Read More
A forested area managed by the District of Mission, the Stave Dam Forest Interpretation Trail provides a look at the beautiful forest while passing some scenic viewpoints at the top.Read More