Teapot Hill is a 3.8 mile out and back trail located near Fraser Valley, British Columbia, Canada that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.
Beginners hike for sure. No real view.
Decent hike with tall trees all the way to the top. Not too hard. Liked the teapots people have left in nice little spots. View is nice, but also blocked by the large trees.
easy hike. we counted 103 teapots.
Loved the trail! Steeper than I thought it would be (begginer hiker) but a great hike :)
Nice trail that is well shaded, so it would be good for those wanting to stay out of the sun. There is a small section on the trail that has a fairly steep drop off through the forest, so just make sure to keep you little ones (kids and pets) close for that. The view at the top is good, but has lots of trees interrupting a great landscape shot.
Nice trail. quite easy but none the less a great trail.
Went there with my sister this week, was a really good hike with lots of opportunities for photographs. See if you can find all the teapots on the way up as well as the cups and there's even a few teabags at the top, about 3/4 of the way up the trail there is a geocache with a pencil and some papers with names written in it. We penciled our names in and I hope you can find it too, here's your only clue besides the 3/4 of the way up thing :
Watch the forest floor, just off the trail, you'll find many logs, but one hides your treasure in it's bark, this is your unique chance to safely make your mark.
loved it. finding all the teapots was fun :)
incredible view, trails a tad steep in some places.