Crooked Falls is an incredible waterfall along the Sigurd Creek Trail in Upper Squamish. The trail is a peaceful and moderately challenging trek through the forest. The Sigurd Trail reaches Crooked Falls at around 490 m elevation. You get some unique views of the waterfall as Sigurd Creek tumbles down the mountain, in a crooked fashion.
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.
Everyone loves a good day hike. But there’s something special about setting off by foot – carrying the gear needed to make it through several nights in the wild.
Backpacking creates the opportunity to discover remote and beautiful locations. It allows you to escape more crowded areas. And it gives you the time to fully disconnect. To leave behind the stress and worries of the concrete jungle.
Tunnel Bluffs – Table of Contents Hike Introduction Hike Statistics Map and Elevation Hiking Route Description Directions and Parking Hike Rating 360° Photosphere Free PDF Download Tunnel Bluffs Intro Tunnel Bluffs (aka Tunnel Point Trail) is a scenic hike along the Sea to Sky highway, near the town of Lions Bay. The Tunnel Point […]
Like many of the hikes in Garibaldi Provincial Park, the hike to Opal Cone is one that seems to provide endless breathtaking views. At 35 km, the hike is a very long day-hike, however, the trail is not overly challenging or technical. Many of the kilometers covered are on rolling, wide trail.
Elfin Lakes is a very popular hiking destination located in Garibaldi Provincial Park near Squamish, B.C. There are two lakes (one swimmable, one reserved for drinking water), a well-equipped shelter, and a campsite available in a beautiful, alpine area. Camping at Elfin Lakes also opens up the opportunity to tackle other hiking destinations in the area, such as The Gargoyles, Opal Cone and Mamquam Lake.