Wedgemount Lake, located in Garibaldi Provincial Park near Whistler, is one of the most beautiful day-hikes in Southwest B.C. It is also one of the most difficult.
Steelhead Falls is a stunning waterfall near Hayward Lake in Mission, B.C.
The hike is short and easy, and as it sits at a low elevation, is usually snow-free year-round. The hike to the falls and back is about 2 km. The hike can be done as a detour along the 8 km Reservoir Trail which carries the length of the west side of the lake.
Conflict Lake is a beautiful hike in the gorgeous Callaghan Valley backcountry. In the late summer, the wildflowers are blooming in the sub-alpine meadows, making the entire length of the trail scenic and enjoyable.
Whitecroft Falls (also known as the McGillivray Creek Waterfall) is a scenic waterfall on the road into Sun Peaks Resort. The waterfall is accessed by a short hike on a relatively easy trail.
Brandywine Meadows is a spectacular hike in Callaghan Valley near Whistler. It is a moderately challenging hike that takes you to a gorgeous meadow, surrounded by snow-capped peaks.
The Golden Ears Summit is a spectacular hike that always makes for a memorable day – for both its beauty and its challenge. Located in Golden Ears Provincial Park, it is a popular destination for experienced hikers who are looking for a difficult outing.