Explore the most popular walking trails near Fraser Valley with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
10 days ago

Short and sweet ascent. Tricky FSR drive in. Had to rescue a few people after their cars didnt make it. 4WD and high clearance is necessary. Insist on doing this on clear day as the views down the valley are amazing.

hiking
12 days ago

A favorite

hiking
12 days ago

Hiked this trail the other day. I used GPS markers from another website to navigate to the trailhead and then keep track of where we were. It looked very untouched, no other footprints in the snow and fresh animal poo on the trails. The second bridge was no where to be found so we went through it with our shoes on there and back as there was no safe way to scramble across on rocks. It was difficult to navigate prior to that. The assent to the lake and waterfalls was much better. We made it to the beautiful eastern campsite area to soak in the views before heading back. We would have liked to do the rest but there was still hard packed snow and finding the trail would have proved challenging. The hike itself is not difficult.

This was our first hiking and we loved it!!

15 days ago

Great beginner hike!

hiking
19 days ago

Absolutely 100% worth it, but you will need a 4x4 or something with good clearance to make it up the service road, Incredible views from the peak aswell. will be doing again one day

A good short hike that gets your heart beating from the start and easies off at the middle for the next hill to the top. It takes 32 min to the top at a fast walk unless you jog.

2 months ago

Fun hike, lake wasn’t quite worth it though, squelchy and not the best for swimming, although very nice and cold after a hot summer hike.... didn’t go further to Mt Webb which might have made it more worth it.

Doing it again this weekend, last time was 2015 when I first visited BC. Loved it then! No need for snowshoes, well used and packed down apparently. Unless going further to Greendrop, which is less well trodden.

2 months ago

Beautiful but go early because it’s way to popular and gets real busy.

3 months ago

incredible views

snowshoeing
4 months ago

.... parking lot is right on the highway so access is super easy ....excellent views of the area once out of the trees and to the false summit ... although fun exploring, the views from the true summit were non existent due to tree cover and you will have a choice to make since there is a rather steep decent and and then more uphill to reach it . ( but ,hey .. why not if you have time)

hiking
4 months ago

One of my favourite trails to hike, hate the drive up.

snowshoeing
4 months ago

Great day with amazing clear blue skies. A bit cold for the dogs, -22 or so but they survived. Once we got past the tree line it got a bit windy so we turned around about 1/2km from the top. Beautiful scenery throughout and the trail is well tracked so very easy to follow. Took us about 2 hours up and one down. Definitely would like to come more frequently but road conditions on the connector and coquihalla are just terrible this time of the year. Witnessed several vehicles off the road and one three car pile up. Road was closed temporarily on our way home due to MVA.

6 months ago

very fun to explore

Steep but short hike up to Lindeman (take polls if you have them). The autumn colours are lovely. Great place for a dip in the summertime.
Lots of boulder hopping to Greendrop. I personally found this lake less attractive so would stop at the far end of Lindeman next time.

hiking
7 months ago

Only made it to the 5.5km mark up and had to turn back due to snow and being so slippy.

7 months ago

it was a rough ride by truck to get to the start of the trail but the views at the top were unreal!

One of my favourites, Lindeman Lake is beautiful and worth the climb. A bit of a drive to get there and heavy traffic most days, though.

hiking
7 months ago

Went up Sept 22, just a bit of snow at the top. Dogs can go most way but not to the actual "needle point" at the very end. Snow makes the last climb to the top a bit sketchy. Wear gloves as not to cut your hands while scrambling up the rocks. Follow the orange markers. Great leg workout!

hiking
7 months ago

Good trail with most of the elevation gained in the first hour. Then, a glades ridge walk. Flatiron Peak and lake off to the right at the end of the ridge are worthwhile. Needle Peak is a scramble - only for the athletic immune to vertigo. Needle Peak is blocky rock and easier than it looks; but stay in the centre. No water on trail.

8 months ago

Steep going in some places but the city lights at the top are so beautiful! not to mention the stars! if you've done this one before I highly recommend staying over night at the summit just for the view.

hiking
8 months ago

My daughter loves looking for all the teapots! Makes for an enjoyable hike! Would have given 5 stars if the view at the end was more spectacular.

hiking
8 months ago

Hard but worth it.

8 months ago

2 hours up in a 4x4 and one flat tire (plus the return drive) and it's worth it. We spent almost five hours on the mountain with our large group that included kids (4 hours hiking). The stunning views start before the trail head and just don't stop. 2 hours to the 360 degree summit going slow, then back to finish off the hike with a swim in a gloriously refreshing watering hole = perfect day!

8 months ago

Hard to get to but worth the bumpy drive. Short and sweet hike, not particularly easy . Awesome views from the beginning.

The drive up the hill was harder than the hike. We have a CRV and I questioned if we were going to make it up. Glad we did though. One of the more scenic hikes I've been on in awhile. View from the top was amazing, but quite a few people there.

backpacking
8 months ago

Awesome trail. The lower lake is beautiful and the water is perfect to swim!
The upper lake is even more amazing but the water is freezing!!
Then the peak was outstanding! Absolutely worth the 45min climb from the upper lake.

We were stung by a couple of wasps but they don't hurt that much. Most of them were between the two lakes with 2-3 nests along the way.
I highly recommend trekking poles if you're camping an are bringing a heavy pack as the steep trail will kill your legs on the way up and crush your knees on the way down.
There are plenty of blueberries near the top, especially on the way to the peak.
If you hear whistling near the top (high pitch single whistle), it's most likely marmots.

Going down is super fast. I think it took us about 2-2.5h from the upper lake.

Nice hike. Worth it for your first time.

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