Teapot Hill is a short, popular hike in Cultus Lake Provincial Park, Chilliwack. The trail begins at a small parking lot beside Cultus Lake and heads up to a nice but obstructed overlook of the lake.
Mount Thurston is a worthy hike that extends from the popular Elk Mountain Lookout. If you have the time and energy after visiting Elk Mountain, Thurston is a nice hike and much less frequented than the Elk Lookout.
Elk Mountain is a popular hike in Chilliwack. The Elk-Thurston Trail takes hikers 4 km, uphill to an incredible viewpoint overlooking the Fraser Valley. The Elk Mountain lookout provides an endless view that is hard to beat. Cultus Lake and Mount Baker are also prominently featured from the viewpoint.
Bridal Veil Falls is a beautiful and iconic waterfall in the Fraser Valley. Bridal Falls is a popular tourist spot and a great place to pull over and stretch your legs during a drive along Highway 1 in Chilliwack.
You don’t need to wait for the summer to get outside and enjoying some incredible hikes. Panoramic lookouts, waterfalls, canyons, forests and more can all be explored at elevations below the snowline in this collection of spring hikes.
This isn’t an exhaustive list of all the spring hikes around Vancouver, but it’s a collection of our 14 favorites.
Lindeman Lake is a popular and scenic hike in Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park. At 3.4 km, it is a short hike, but well-worth the lengthy drive out to the trailhead. While it is a short trail, it’s still a good workout, so don’t be fooled.