Looking for a great trail near Fraser Valley B, British Columbia? AllTrails has 21 great hiking trails, forest trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Mount Thom Park or Coquihalla Summit Recreation Area, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Coquihalla Canyon Park. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 13 hard trails in Fraser Valley B ranging from 5.3 to 57.9 miles and from 702 to 7,936 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
3 days ago

Did this with my son in just over three hours. He’s 13 and this was his first serious backpacking trip with me, what a beast. This was his choice. Trail as always is challenging with a heavy pack and I recommend a cooling off about halfway down in the creek. This fishing was good as was the day hiking. Enjoyed some alpine time, mountain blueberries as well. For all those that do not know there is a pit toilet located behind the campsites and up the small incline. It is hidden a bit bit and better than toilet appear behind every tree, and definitely more sanitary.

hiking
5 days ago

Pretty tough road, 4 wheel only preferably with short wheel base and high clearance. The summit and the hike wonderfully rewarding, beautiful vistas surround. We were the only hikers on the trail, 2 hrs up (my brother of 68yrs and I 66), and 1.5 hrs back to the parking lot.

hiking
7 days ago

The trailhead is quite hard to find, especially if you're approaching from the south. There's only a sign facing north. Then the trail itself... it starts out steep, never flattens out and doesn't reward you with any noteworthy vistas. Would not recommend.

hiking
10 days ago

Great views almost the entire hike up. Fairly exposed so bring sun and wind protection. At an easy pace it took us about 2 hours up and 1.5 down. As everyone else mentioned, the road up isn't car friendly. Made it up in a stock Cherokee Trailhawk without any scraping but I was taking it very easy. It seemed like the freshly worked ditches near the parking lot were the worst LOL.

Today September 7. perfect day for hiking. Beautiful hike to Lindaman Lake and went all the way to Greendrop Lake. Will definitely do it again. Yes wear comfortable shoes. Some rocks. But worth it!!!

hiking
10 days ago

It takes about 1.5 hours from chilliwack to the trailhead. definitely need a 4x4, higher the better, unless youre not worried about some damage to the vehicle. My stock GMC sierra did it fine. My wife and I took our 4 year old and 1 year old boys. The 4 year old did about 75-80% of the hike on his own. The 1 year old was in a carrier. we took lots of breaks for the kids, we are both in average shape. it took us 5 hours to do the hike, 3+ up and less than 2 down. The view was amazing, on every part of the hike, and it kept getting better! definitely will do again!!!

hiking
rocky
scramble
10 days ago

hiking
11 days ago

Nice place for a stroll. Amazed to see how these tunnels were built by humans without the aid of the equipment and resources that are available today

hiking
11 days ago

Excellent hike, awesome view. Just under 2 hours from trailhead to summit, all up but not overly challenging. The hour on the 'rough' road was challenging though. Do not attempt unless your vehicle has good ground clearance. Crews were 'fixing' the road drainage near the top, but for a long wheelbase vehicle bottoming out in the gullys created became a reality. Certainly would do it again, maybe do Lady Peak instead?

hiking
bugs
no shade
over grown
rocky
12 days ago

Such a beautiful hike! I would highly recommend it to anyone who loves the mountains. Fairly easy until the last little bit. Gets a little steep but it’s well worth it! 4x4 is definitely needed to get to the trail head.

hiking
12 days ago

We did this as an overnight hike and camped at the upper lake. Views are amazing! The lake is beautiful! The first half up to Pierce lake has you meandering through the forest up steep inclines and the second half takes you through some very beautiful spots! It was very difficult for me but very worth it!

Loved this hike! I brought my 2 dogs too. The hike to Lindeman Lake is busy and steep but once you arrive at the lake it is very scenic. Continue to Greendrop Lake and there are many big rock slides to go through but it’s not as steep as the first part. You scale your way through them then get a break through the forest and it repeats. There were a bunch of downed trees on the trail about 5 minutes before you get to Greendrop Lake that would be tough to get over for most people. Hopefully they get that sorted out. I would definitely do this hike again but I’ll wear hiking boots instead of running shoes (my feet hurt from the rocks!)

hiking
over grown
rocky
15 days ago

Pretty steep the first hour and last kilometre. Definitely wear hiking boots. Not very well maintained trail and hard to follow sometimes. View at the top isn’t great but just before last kilometre climb, take a left towards some boulders and there’s a nice view point.

hiking
16 days ago

Amazing hike with 2 gorgeous lakes and epic panoramic summit views. Steep grind with lots of elevation gain and switchbacks before you reach lower Pierce Lake. Challenges the lungs and the legs on the way up and the knees on the way down. I did this trail last year for the first time and said I wasn't sure if I'd do it again just based on the grade... But the views and easy trailhead access drew me back! Easier the second time around knowing what to expect. Around 3.5-4hrs up and 2.5hrs down going at a good clip. Took a couple breaks to enjoy the scenery, swim in the lakes, and a longer stop at the summit for lunch and lots of photos. 8 hour trip in total.

on Flora Lake Trail

hiking
16 days ago

Hiked Flora Peak and back with Cam. 3 up, 2 down.

hiking
16 days ago

Camped at Upper Pierce Lake for the night. There are a few well used campsites along the lake edge along side 1/2 of a old tend pad. There are a few smaller mountains that can be explored from upper lake besides Mount MacFarlane. The lake was a clear blue and ice cold and there were very few bugs around except in the evening. The sun sets behind MacFarlane providing a beautiful sky while sunrise is more hidden. Saw around 30 people the entire day mostly day hikers. There is limited parking at the bottom. The trail is clearly marked and there is clear maintenance done including some man made bridges. The trail starts off steep then flattens out approaching the first lake and has a final incline approaching the upper lake. I gave this trail 3/5 as the first 6km 75% of the entire trail is in the trees with no view and seems to continue forever. It took 3.5 hours to complete each way to the upper lake. The end location is stunning but the journey is not entirely enjoyable.

hiking
rocky
scramble
17 days ago

Tough climb to lower Pierce Lake. We started at 930 am on Saturday and the parking lot was full. No break ins to vehicles that we could see. We were sure to remove any items from the car and left the glove compartment and center console open showing this. Heading up we only came across two ppl coming down. The trail was well marked and plenty of areas to fill up with water if needed. It took us approx. 4 hours to the first lake and decided to stop there. Well worth the climb. Stunning crystal clear, bluish lake to cool off in and beautiful 360 views. The download back was a bit tough on the knees, definately recommend poles for this one. Coming down we came across a few groups that we're heading to the first lake to camp out for the night.

Beautiful views from the top. We were able to see some ice remaining low enough at the end of August when we went a little past the propeller. The incline is pretty tame until towards the end.

hiking
rocky
17 days ago

Tough trail with beautiful views from the top. Some parks folks have been doing maintenance on the trail recently. 4x4 needed to get to trailhead.

hiking
17 days ago

Beautiful from the top. Talking to some people around, the road to the trailhead gets worse every year, 4x4 likely needed. Steep in spots, not much on the technical side.

on Cheam Peak

hiking
no shade
17 days ago

hiking
rocky
18 days ago

The measurement of the trail is inaccurate. After you drive on the paved road to the parking lot it is about 4.2 km. First 40 min is moderately uphill with a few semi steep sections. Keep your eyes open for trail signs. Overall the view isn’t bad, not as great as yak peak or needle peak but a decent hike overall. Completed up and down in just short of 3 hours.

hiking
no shade
rocky
18 days ago

What a fun drive up to the hike base! Definitely 4X4 recommended as I have a Honda Ridgeline with about 7.5” clear and I bottomed a couple times. Mostly bc I drove through some big dips quicker than I should have, but cars will have trouble. The hike was beautiful! At a decent hiking pace was able to make it up in an hour and a half, and about an hour with a quick pace down. Such a unique view with the open valley, I looks like something out of LoTR or GoT! At the top you have Pride Rock from Lion King. Decent amount of loose rocks and quite a decent elevation gain, so recommended to wear hiking boots as well. Also, please be careful at the top as they’re are a few steep cliffs with drops . As for views up top, we got really lucky as we had quite a bit of cloud and it cleared just enough so we were above them. Made for some really cool photos but want to head up on a clear day. Not a lot of shade so being sun screen. Definitely recommended!

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