Looking for a great trail near Fraser Valley Regional, British Columbia? AllTrails has 7 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 Larrabee State Park or Mount Thom Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 4 moderate trails in Fraser Valley Regional ranging from 1.7 to 5.2 miles and from 246 to 1,263 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
10 days ago

Beautiful trail but route takes you onto private property and I had to go over 3 gates and down a driveway to get onto the road

Easy, short walk. Nice if you don’t have a lot of time.

hiking
19 days ago

Easy trail that leads to the 3 remaining seven sisters

hiking
25 days ago

A nice afternoon stroll with the kids counting teapots.

hiking
28 days ago

We hiked this with our kids. Our three year old needed to be piggybacked now and then because it was a little too far and steep for her. My husband had our 1.5 year old in the backpack carrier. It was a perfect hike for our 11 year old though. There was an outhouse at the bottom of the hill so get the kids to use it before going up. We found 81 teapots!

hiking
over grown
1 month ago

Trail overgrown with stinging nettle. Found bear scat as well.

hiking
1 month ago

August 2, 2019 we found 18 teapots another group found 30 and 15 kids found 40 teapots these teapots are not causing any environmental issues. They do not hurt the environment. maybe I need to start a petition.. I had hiked this trail 5 years ago and it is just as lovely then as it is now. 35 minutes up the old service Road slight incline. trekking poles are great for this part. Families welcomed bring your dog leashed pick up after dog 2hr return can be longer as the unique part of this trail is spotting counting hidden mugs and teapots all different styles and colors look closely and no need to wander off the trail they can be spotted with your eyes great way to get kids out of the video games and into the sunshine. best part is the trail is in the forest and shaded so when we went at 35 degrees it felt like 20 with a light breeze. again take water snacks first aid and please tell someone where your going. leave a hidden note in your car!! remember your about 6 hours away from help and this is a heavy traffic in the summer. lots of people on the trail . everyone is very polite and knows there trail etiquette . At the top there is a fenced off area all way around the cliff so little ones and dogs don't go wandering off. I really hope that the city will leave the teapots alone. This is an excellent way of getting kids out on the trail not only the obvious exercise but counting teapots is fun for the whole family even the big kids... thank goodness we took Anny our dog as we were walking along the trail Anny stopped dead in her tracks and would not budge. Anny would usually chase Rabbit Chipmunk or squirrels this was no Squirrel.. We waited we had seen fresh bear scat... my bf went up the trail with bear spray Anny barked and growled. Phew gone. yay for dogs!! just beware of your surrounding and please leave the teapots alone.. I hope no one removes them.

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful hike and not too difficult. Gradual uphill for most of the start, but as you head to the top and it gets steeper, there are flatter stretches in between. The parks department was out collecting the teapots left by other hikers, which I'm guessing they do fairly regularly, but I was lucky enough to get ahead of them so I could enjoy seeing the cute teapots tucked into the trees and ferns. I went on a long weekend without thinking and the nearby campgrounds were all full, so the trail was a bit busy. The parking lot is very small but there is a wide enough shoulder that you can park on the street in a few areas, which is what I did. I will be going back at a less busy time to try this one again!

no real views for most of the hike, trail is rough/poor and until you reach the ridge, the forest is not attractive

hiking
1 month ago

Really well maintained. No need for anything more than running shoes.

running
1 month ago

Pretty easy run overall. Could have used trail running shoes on the downhill to go faster. The dirt was a little loose.

hiking
off trail
rocky
1 month ago

Mostly used by Mountain bikes and dirt bikes. The trail is often very narrow, no lake view during the hike. But it is challenging and good exercise for people with good condition. Remember to bring sufficient water supply.

hiking
2 months ago

Good for all ages.

walking
2 months ago

A little shorter and steeper than expected (I'm in poor shape). Otherwise, a nice little hike through the forest. The forest is beautiful with old growth tree's and bright, green, lush vegetation, even in the middle of summer. A nice walk to keep in my back pocket for another time.

hiking
2 months ago

Fun hike at Cultus lake. There are some short steep sections on this hike but overall pretty easy. The trees are cool. Next time I come back to Cultus lake I will have to do Teapot hill.

hiking
2 months ago

Quick hike with friends. Most of the teapots have just removed today since these are considered a litter.

3 months ago

Quite a climb for a short trail. Nice view of Cultus Lake from the top!

hiking
3 months ago

Hard to find parking

hiking
3 months ago

A great in and out trail. It’s perfect for those timed hikes or quick hikes on busy days.

The branch point for the International Ridge is well marked. Steady climb to the ridge. I found two Bear deposits and the trail is overgrown in some areas by stinging nettle. This trail has lots of potential but requires some bush wacking.

hiking
4 months ago

Great, easy hike. The view at the top was a bit obstructed, but overall it was still decent.

4 months ago

Well maintained and clearly marked trails. Definitely a nice workout. Lots of off-leash dogs though, which was frustrating.

on Seven Sisters Trail

4 months ago

Awesome start to the spring and summer!

hiking
4 months ago

Quick workout with cute teapots. Beautiful greenery!

4 months ago

Such a beautiful hike! Sunset was perfect!!

cute, gentle hike. very enjoyable with good company.

muddy
4 months ago

well marked trail with cute tea pots along the way. approx. 6 km took us almost 2 hrs as the up hill almost the whole way !! a little bit muddy but otherwise a very good trail.

on Seven Sisters Trail

hiking
5 months ago

Have done this hike several times since I was a little girl. First time was a class field trip - it was very memorable and I was excited to bring my 5 year old to see the trees. (We hiked it in November) Trail has 2 possible entrances - the one from the campground is a bit steeper and possibly harder to find. The second is closer to teapot hill (trails will connect if you feel really adventurous) and is a much more gradual climb. If I do it again I will take the trail back, we parked at the boat launch and had to walk back on the road which was a little sketchy with dogs & a kid. But if you’re looking for an easier/relaxing or family friendly hike, this one is great!

Went on this hike on an early April evening. The old growth trees and moss create a fairytale in the forest. A beautiful place for nature lovers to hike under the canopy and at this time was completely empty, but I would assume that once the campsite fills up it is another story. The trailhead is through campsites which means if the gates are closed there is a bit of a walk to get to it. There were some moderate inclines and a set of stairs to walk around the Seven sisters but in general, it was a simple hike if taken at the correct pace. Happy hiking!

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