Upper Myra Falls is a scenic hike through an old-growth forest on the west side of Buttle Lake in Strathcona-Westmin Provincial Park. The trail leads to a lookout of a large horsetail waterfall.
Whytecliff Park is a beautiful oceanside spot in West Vancouver. It is a popular place for a relaxing walk and also for scuba diving. There are some short trails within the trees of Whytecliff Park and a few rugged paths along the cliffs above the water. However, a walk around Whytecliff Park doesn’t feel as if it qualifies as a ‘hike’.
The Grouse Grind Trail at Grouse Mountain is the most popular hike around Vancouver, seeing about 150,000 hikers annually. Locals and tourists flock to this trail to challenge themselves on the steep terrain and for exercise.
The BCMC Trail is an alternative trail to the popular Grouse Grind. The BCMC Trail runs parallel to the Grouse Grind and takes you from the Grouse Mountain parking lot up to the Grouse Mountain lodge.
The Flint and Feather Trail is a route that leads up Grouse Mountain. It is an alternative trail to the popular Grouse Grind and BCMC trails.
Lower Myra Falls, in Strathcona Provincial Park, is a short hike which leads to a beautiful waterfall. Lower Myra Falls has upper and lower viewing areas.