Vancouver Hiking Guides and News
Watersprite Lake in Squamish is a crystal clear, turquoise lake framed by dramatic peaks. It is one of the most awe-inspiring places around.
Watersprite Lake was a hidden gem for years. Unknown to most and tucked away down a long, bumpy forest service road. But the word is out and it’s ‘hidden gem’ status has changed.
Mount Strachan in West Vancouver gets less attention than the other hikes in Cypress Provincial Park. While nearby hikes like St. Mark’s Summit and Eagle Bluffs draw big crowds, the trail to Mount Strachan sees fewer hikers. But, anyone who has hiked this loop will tell you the views are as spectacular as any other hike in the park.
Yeo Point is a terrific hike in Ruckle Provincial Park on Salt Spring Island. The trail meanders through lush, old-growth forest of hemlock and cedar. The trail travels by small ponds and a quartz field before ending at a beautiful beach near Yeo Point.
Hammocks are the perfect accessory to bring camping and hiking. They’re versatile, easy to set up and they are the best way to take a rest. The only challenge of hiking with hammocks is the extra weight and the precious space they take up in your backpack. For a small and ultralight hammock that reduces […]
Cascade Falls is a scenic waterfall which plummets 30 metres into an emerald pool. It is located in Cascade Falls Regional Park in Mission, B.C.. It is more of a short walk than a ‘hike’ to the viewing platform. But, Cascade Falls is still worth the drive out. Cascade Falls Regional Falls park is a 22 hectare park with lush forest and a beautiful creek which winds through a ravine.