Mount Harvey is a challenging hike with rewarding views from the summit. Similar to nearby hikes like Brunswick Mountain, The Lions, and Tunnel Bluffs, jaw-dropping views of Howe Sound are enjoyed from the summit. However, Mount Harvey seems to see less trail traffic than its neighbours.
The Sugar Mountain Loop is a peaceful, short hike in Belcarra Regional Park, Port Moody. The Sugar Mountain Trail lies between Sasamat and Buntzen Lakes.
The loop is rated as moderate but is likely on the easier side of moderate. The trail should be doable by most children who can handle the distance, making it a nice option for families.
The Flatiron Peak is one of several fantastic hikes at the Coquihalla Summit Recreation Area, near Hope.
The summit has incredible 360-degree views. Yak Peak, Needle Peak, Ilal Mountain, Coquihalla Mountain, and Portia Peak can all be seen, among other mountains
Beth Lake is a less-busy hike along the Sea to Sky corridor which starts near the Furry Creek Golf Course.
The main draw to this hike is the scenic Beth Lake, which is surrounded amphitheatre-style by tall, jagged peaks. Another nice thing about this hike is that it is less often frequented than many others in the area.
The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail covers 47 kilometres of dense, coastal forest. The trail carries alongside and over beautiful pebble beaches, waterfalls, suspension bridges, and the occasional pit of mud.
It is a challenging hike that rewards those willing to tackle it with incredible scenery and a sure-to-be unforgettable adventure.
Mount Thom summit is a popular hike in the Promontory neighborhood of Chilliwack.
The hike is relatively short but provides plenty of elevation gain and a good workout. This makes Mt. Thom a popular destination for locals who want to get into nature and work up a sweat, without doing a full-day hike.