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luke forgues from langley writes:

im 63 ...iv been wanting to see them for a long time when will they open again

    Posted: July 9, 2023 01:41:45 PM PST

    beth braun from jerusalem writes:

    IS THE Othello Tunnels hike will be open - without jumping the fence? in the summer?
    can anyone advice?

      Posted: June 27, 2022 07:03:36 AM PST

      Erika from Burnaby writes:

      Why have I never been here? It's incredible and a really quick stop on the way to the Okanagan.

        Posted: September 23, 2021 11:41:03 PM PST

        Wendy from Lloydminster writes:

        Are the trails open April 2021?

          Posted: April 6, 2021 05:57:59 AM PST

          Shari from Winfield AB writes:

          Are the tunnels open yet after the train derailment? A few family members are planning on a trip there first weekend in October and would be greatly disappointed if they’re closed.

            Posted: September 24, 2020 10:51:10 PM PST

            Brian DeLong from Chilliwack writes:

            How come the tunnels are still closed? Everything else is open. Thank you. Brian DeLong

              Posted: July 19, 2020 05:54:13 AM PST

              Jennifer from Vancouver writes:

              The tunnels are open again for the summer. It's an easy walk through 3 or 4 tunnels and a stroll in the woods. Parking is very limited in the parking lot and we saw many cars getting towed because they parked in the RV spots. Quite busy when we went.

                Posted: June 3, 2019 01:38:11 PM PST

                steven montgomery from langley writes:

                August long weekend. As you might imagine, everyone seemed to be at othello tunnels.
                Parking lot was very full, even the designated bus parking was getting used, with the odd person taking a chance parking in "no parking" zones. road was jammed almost up the the intersection with parked cars.Very busy. Steady stream of people along the wide flat trail. If I did this again, which is likely, I would pick spring or fall, and not a long weekend.
                The walk to the tunnels was brief and awe inspiring at both the cliffs and river below, but the engineering and efforts it must have taken to be able to make these tunnels, is unfathomable.
                Pretty dark in some, gravel surface in most, plenty of photo ops.
                Loop trail is another story.3.3 km of trail, pretty good elevation gains, no stairs, where there should have been some.bring plenty of water, hiking shoes, and a good chunk of time.For those who are looking for a weekend workout, this was great! For those who just want to see the tunnels and chill, trust me, don't attempt this hike unless you a have a reasonable degree of fitness.Steep paths closer to the parking lot, roots and rocks make it a bit of a dance in some places, rest benches at the top of each hill. sign said picnic tables on the trail, none to be seen.Great views, massive trees, good hike if you know what you are getting yourself into.

                  Posted: August 6, 2018 08:27:54 AM PST

                  John Soanes from Langley writes:

                  Went here July 12. It was a bit crowded. If you want to get some exercise you can take the Hope-Nicola trail about a 1/2 KM past the last tunnel. The loop takes you back to the parking lot. You'll get some amazing views and lose the crowds.

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                    Posted: July 13, 2018 09:03:26 PM PST

                    Shahida from Regina writes:

                    what are the hours of operation on June 30, 2018

                      Posted: June 19, 2018 02:28:14 PM PST

                      Lion Tamer from Vancouver writes:

                      The Othello tunnels are an absolute pleasure. The trail is flat but can be a bit rocky in the tunnels (not a good one for flip flops or heels, like I saw some people wearing!). The views from the trail are all totally unlike most things you can see in the Fraser Valley, from the raging river to the impressive rock faces. Well worth the detour on your next trip over the Coquihalla.

                        Posted: June 6, 2018 06:51:34 PM PST

                        Hannah | @adventurehan from Vancouver writes:

                        Did the basic Othello Tunnels hike April 22nd. The tunnels are officially still closed but people were jumping the fence to walk through them. Tunnels are impressive as is the surrounding scenery - very flat & easy hike. You can also do a loop trail that goes up on the KVR that's a bit longer.

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                          Posted: April 29, 2018 04:34:15 PM PST

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