Hiking Trails in British Columbia, Canada
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Hiking Trails in British Columbia, Canada

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British Columbia has 713 hiking trails. These trails range from 0 to 47 miles in length. The most popular trails are Iceline Trail / Little Yoho / Yoho Valley Loop, The Rockwall and Kokanee Glacier. Trails.com member Amanda S. recently completed Inspiration Woods Trail.
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If you are staying at Whistler during the summer, assign a clear day to the hike to Upper ...
This hike offers some of the most fantastic scenery in Yoho National Park, including close-up ...
Includes: Joffre Lakes. Roadside hot tanks by the Lillooet River, seasonally frequented ...
With three beautiful lakes en route, each lovelier than the last, and with a spectacular ...
The trip to Elfin Lakes and Diamond Head Lodge is probably Garibaldi Provincial Park’s ...
Stawamus Chief is the great rock mass that towers over the highway just south of Squamish. ...
A moderate, rocky climb from Lake O’Hara past Yukness Lake, Lake Victoria, and Lefroy ...
This is a full-day hike over rugged coastline through Douglas fir, western hemlock, and ...
This trail is considered one of the most satisfying ways to experience the temperate rain ...
For lovers of towering granite peaks and rock-gouging glaciers, this is a particularly ...
Includes: Saddle Mountain Lookout. A unique soak in a cedar forest well hidden below a ...
Mount Gardner on Bowen Island offers a variety of outings to and around the summits of ...
B.C. Hydro must be given full credit for combining water storage with superlative facilities ...
This premier hike passes one of the highest waterfalls in the country before you reach ...
This impressive but strenuous hike offers stunning views of the Hermit Range, the Illecillewaet ...
Access to the alpine has never been easier. This moderate hike starting from Mount Washington ...
Located just outside the town of Campbell River, this picturesque trail series meanders ...
Steamy soaks hiding in the woods below a dirt road. Skinnydippable with discretion. Around ...
On December 9th, 1956, a TransCanada Airlines flight from Vancouver to Calgary crashed ...
A hike along the scenic Englishman River to the upper and lower falls takes less time ...
Visible from Vancouver and with a good trail providing access to all three peaks, Mount ...
This is the peak from which the provincial park takes its name. Remember, though, that ...
Mount MacFarlane is at the north end of the spectacularly rugged ridge running north from ...
Eaton Lake used to be known as Crescent Lake because of its shape. However, the name was ...
As you reach the high point of the Coquihalla Highway, the eye tends to be drawn to the ...
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