Mount MacFarlane is a difficult hike in the Cascade Mountains that offers spectacular scenery from start to finish. Mount MacFarlane sits beside Mount Pierce at the northern end of the Slesse divide in Chilliwack. The hike to the summit of Mt. MacFarlane follows the Pierce Lake Trail.
Needle Peak is a difficult hike in the Coquihalla Summit Recreation Area, near Hope, B.C.
The hike is not a long one, but it has a difficult scramble to reach the summit. For those looking for a challenge, Needle Peak is a rewarding hike with incredible views in all directions. On a clear day, looming high above the summit of the Coquihalla Pass, Needle Peak offers views of the Coast and Cascade mountain ranges as far as the eye can see.
Rohr Lake is a moderate to difficult hike near Pemberton. The trail begins just past the parking area for Joffre Lakes along the Duffy Lake Highway.
Rohr Lake itself is a beautiful turquoise colour. From the far end of Rohr Lake, sitting below Rohr Mountain, you get a picturesque vantage point of the lake. Cayoosh Mountain is seen prominently in the backdrop.
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.
Iceberg Lake is a popular day-hike in Whistler. The hike up to Iceberg Lake follows 19 Mile Creek, which originates at Iceberg Lake.
The 19 Mile Creek Trail is scenic and climbs through a beautiful forest. Along the way, you get views of Green Lake and pass by several waterfalls before emerging into a beautiful meadow.
The Squamish Smoke Bluffs Park has a network of trails used to access different rock-climbing routes. There are over 400 granite climbing routes within the park! But the trails within the Smoke Bluffs also make for a fantastic hike.
Smoke Bluffs Park, established in 2006, has scenic and peaceful trails which offer great lookouts over Squamish and Howe Sound.