Hiking Trails Near Vancouver, BC
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Hiking Trails Near Vancouver, BC

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Vancouver has 29 hiking trails. These trails range from 1.8 to 9.9 miles in length. The most popular trails are Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Capilano Pacific Trail and Brunswick Point. Trails.com member Hossam S. recently completed Stawamus Chief. See all Vancouver trails.
Best Trails in Vancouver 29 Results
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This granite monolith stands sentinel on the Sea-to-Sky Highway, a rain-gray face that ...
This is Vancouver’s iconic walk: an easy, flat path that circumnavigates the 405 hectares ...
Three progressively higher peaks are a fun workout, but most people hike this route for ...
Pack a picnic and protect your ankles for this hike to a scenic viewpoint almost at the ...
This unique regional park adjacent to the University of British Columbia provides more ...
The 4.0-kilometer (2.5-mile) walk along this jetty that juts into the Strait of Georgia ...
Some days, a simple walk around a lake is all you need, perhaps combined with some fishing ...
Shannon Falls, the third-tallest waterfall in British Columbia, is one of the most popular ...
Lake swimmers have options with this hike. There’s a refreshing dip at Browning Lake in ...
Seeing The Lions from Vancouver will become a reminder of the up-close views that this ...
Though Mount Gardner, at 734 meters (2,408 feet) high, doesn’t stack up against The Lions ...
After an initial steep climb alongside the ski slopes of Cypress Mountain resort, this ...
Views of Bowen Island and The Lions are in the scope of this rugged but well-traveled ...
Pocket lakes, off-grid cabins, and ski lodges, including the historic 1926 Hollyburn Ski ...
When the snows on Black Mountain at Cypress Mountain ski area melt, they come rushing ...
With old-growth trees, windswept granite bluffs, and WWII relics, this hike in West Vancouver’s ...
It’s mostly uphill, but the Capilano Pacific Trail has a gentle grade thanks to its beginnings ...
Waterfront parks, rocky viewpoints, river canyons, a suspension bridge—this point- to-point ...
Though a longer hike, Norvan Falls is a fairly moderate challenge. Woodland trails and ...
Though best known for its seawall, Stanley Park holds other treasured trails—like this ...
Share the trails with mountain bikers as you cut across the hillside between Lynn Valley ...
There’s so much attention on the Grouse Grind, you often don’t hear about Grouse Mountain’s ...
Unrelenting. Painful. Steep. Slippery. Crowded. These are all thoughts you may have just ...
On a sunny summer day, you’re likely to see hikers and sunbathers in the buff along this ...
When the crowds descend on Spanish Banks Beaches, you can escape to the relative tranquility ...
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