Regional Hiking Trail Map

    Whistler16 Trails
Ancient Cedars Trail Black Tusk Blackcomb Meadows Brandywine Falls Brandywine Meadows Cheakamus Lake Conflict Lake Crater Rim Trail Garibaldi Lake Helm Lake High Note Trail Lost Lake Nature Trail Panorama Ridge Rainbow Lake Wedgemount Lake Whistler Train Wreck
    Pemberton3 Trails
Joffre Lakes Nairn Falls Shadow Lake
    Fraser Valley East18 Trails
Abby Grind Bosumarne Falls Bridal Veil Falls Cascade Falls Cheam Lake Wetlands Downes Bowl Trail Elk Mountain Harrison Grind Hayward Lake Hicks Lake Lindeman Lake Mount Cheam Mount Thom Rolley Lake Seven Sisters Trail Sumas Mountain Teapot Hill Whippoorwill Point Trail
    Tri Cities14 Trails
Admiralty Point Bert Flinn Park Buntzen Lake Coquitlam Crunch Crystal Falls Dilly Dally Loop Jug Island Beach Minnekhada Regional Park Mundy Park Sasamat Lake Sendero Diez Vistas Shoreline Trail Swan Falls Viewpoint Woodland Walk Trail
    Tsawwassen and Delta5 Trails
Boundary Bay Regional Park Brunswick Point Burns Bog Delta Nature Reserve Deas Island Regional Park Reifel Bird Sanctuary
    Surrey and Langley6 Trails
Aldergrove Regional Park Brae Island Regional Park Campbell Valley Regional Park Derby Reach Regional Park Serpentine Fen Nature Trail Tynehead Regional Park
    Ridge Meadows10 Trails
Gold Creek Falls Golden Ears Canyon Loop Golden Ears Kanaka Creek Cliff Falls Kanaka Creek Riverfront Mike Lake Pitt River Regional Greenway Pitt Wildlife Loop UBC Malcolm Knapp Research Forest Widgeon Falls

Fraser Valley East

Together, the cities of Chilliwack, Mission and Abbotsford comprise the Fraser Valley East area. These three cities lie about an hour east of Vancouver, and provide an opportunity to escape the ...

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Howe Sound

From the ferry terminal at Horseshoe Bay to the town of Squamish, thousands of motorists pass by Howe Sound daily along the spectacular Sea to Sky Highway. The steep, rugged terrain along Howe So...

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Pemberton

Located about 3 hours north of Vancouver along the Sea to Sky Highway and nestled between scenic mountains is the town of Pemberton. The Pemberton Valley boasts a much warmer inland climate and t...

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Ridge Meadows

The "twin cities" of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows offer an amazing opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, while still only being about an hour's drive east of Vancouver. ...

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Surrey and Langley

The cities of Surrey and Langley are situated east of Vancouver, and present some of the most extraordinary outdoor recreational experiences in the Lower Mainland. Boasting nearly 6,000 ...

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The North Shore

The familiar mountains that surround the city of Vancouver are known as the North Shore Mountains. With dozens of trails that weave through forests of Douglas Firs and Western Cedars trees, past ...

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Tri Cities

"Tri-Cities" is a casual term that refers to three cities and two villages in the northeast area of Metro Vancouver: Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody (along with the villages of Anmore an...

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Tsawwassen and Delta

About a half-hour's drive south of Vancouver, you'll find the lowlands of Delta and Tsawwassen. Bordered by the Fraser River to the north, the United States (Point Roberts, Washington)...

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Vancouver City

Known as one of the most beautiful places in the world, Vancouver is the largest city in western Canada. The spectacular mountain scenery behind the waterways of Burrard Inlet makes for a picture...

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Whistler

Known as one of the best ski resorts in the world, Whistler has no shortage of outdoor activities. During the summer months, the snow melts away to reveal an outdoor playground for mountain biker...

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