In this post we guide you through which hiking trails around Vancouver, Sea to Sky, and the Fraser Valley are currently open, along with some suggested hikes.
Rainbow Falls in Whistler is a quick and easy hike that is suitable for the whole family.
The hike to Rainbow Falls starts at the same trailhead as the hike to Rainbow Lake, Hanging Lake, and Madeley Lake, but it is much shorter and easier than those.
The Lynn Loop Trail is a popular hike in Lynn Headwaters Regional Park, North Vancouver. Compared to other hikes in the park, Lynn Loop is a relatively easy hike and can be completed in about 2 hours.
Lupin Falls is a short yet scenic hike in Strathcona Provincial Park on Vancouver Island, leading to a picturesque waterfall.
The Lupin Falls Trail is a hike that can be completed in a 1 km loop.
Burnaby Mountain is a popular hiking and mountain biking destination, boasting a large network of trails. With its summit at 366 m elevation, Burnaby Mountain offers great views of downtown Vancouver, the North Shore, the Indian Arm, and the Burrard Inlet.
Alexander Falls is a beautiful waterfall in Callaghan Country just a few kilometers south of Whistler. There is a viewing platform overlooking Alexander Falls along the road to the Whistler Olympic Park. In the summer, the viewing platform is a nice detour spot along a drive to or from Whistler.