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Alan Chant reviewed Lille Ghost Town Trail
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Hiking

Definetly head up the road further from the paved Frank slide interpretion Center road. Drive about 5-10 min up then left and eventually you find a clearing with some power line structures. If you start the hike here it’s the best start spot.

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Off Road DrivingBugsGreat!Off trailRockyWashed out

Great trail, we went up in a 02 pathfinder with a lift and 32s and the whole way up was awesome! No complaints. We seen people up at the tubs that drove up in cars... I wouldn’t try that

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Jordan Hoeppner reviewed Cheam Peak
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Hiking

getting to the trailhead is probably the hardest part. definitely need a 4x4 vehicle with good clearance and itll be about 40min of offroad. the hike isn't as hard as other hikes in the same area like Flora and Mcfarlane in my opinion. but still a great hike and a great view. About 2hours up with breaks.

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Imee Nicolas reviewed Cheam Peak
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The trail was ok but it was open & it's really tiresome because there's not much trees to at least rest & most of all the road was worst my SUV got beaten & I had to fix it & it was costly so for me it's not worth it.

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Dave M reviewed Cheam Peak
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Hiking

Annual hike for 28 years. Missed a few years. This was the busiest trip and the lack of trail etiquette was expected. However the amount of toilet paper, wet naps and garbage was disgusting. I did not have gloves nor a garbage bag, otherwise I would have cleaned it up. Dig up the road again and make it a difficult drive in.

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Julie Navitka reviewed Mossberry Trail
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Mountain biking

Although we still had fun, as the last review state, there were MANY spots where we had to dismount to avoid very large, deep mud holes. We even had to bushwhack a little and cross a beaver dam (not easy with bikes). Be prepared to get very muddy and be okay with wet feet!

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Rich Lo reviewed Cheam Peak
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Selene B reviewed Demon Ridge OHV Trail
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HikingOver grownRocky
First to Review

This hike was totally unplanned, I had gone out with a friend and her dog to do the Watersprite trail (first time for me, second for my friend), and along the way we came across a sign for the Demon Ridge trail and decided to change our plans and see where this would take us. The trail that is marked on AllTrails leads you to a dead end at the end of the logging road, however, at about 1,460m of elevation there is a turn-off that takes you left and all the way to Demon Peak and some beautiful views. Unfortunately, my friend and I missed this mark off on our way up, and on our way down, we decided we'd rather use the rest of our energy to make it to Watersprite than continue the adventure. I've seen a YouTube video of another woman who made it up, so I know it's possible. However, Demon's Peak seems to be a there and back trail, so from the top you'll be able to see Watersprite Lake, but to get to it you have to go all the way back and continue on the Watersprite trail. (If this is wrong and someone knows a way, please comment!) The Demon Ridge trail seems to be pretty lowly trafficked so try to make noice to let know animals you're around (we came across bear and other animal poop). Shortly after turning off of the Watersprite trail and onto the Demon Ridge one, you'll find yourself bushwhacking for a little while, just keep going and keep your eyes open for markers, and eventually it will open up.

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Erica Keating reviewed Fall Brook Falls
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Rodrigo Munguia reviewed Cheam Peak
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Cory Bishop reviewed Cheam Peak
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Nature tripsGreat!

Stunning views. But if you are super adventurous and are up for a challenge, do lady peak! Views are even more spectacular. Check us out @backfortybc

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Patrick Hrkac reviewed Cheam Peak
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HikingBugsGreat!No shade

This is by far one of the nicest moderately difficult hikes you can do in the Fraser Valley. The view at the top is incredible; 360 degrees of beautiful landscape. The terrain is steep, with little shade from the sun. Lots and lots of people. Do note: 1. The road up is by far the most challenging obstacle on this hike. It’s an old, deactivated forestry road that has not seen maintenance in a VERY long time. There are steep cliff edges, massive bumps and ditches, and because it’s so narrow, it’s difficult to make room for oncoming vehicles. A 4x4 is highly recommended, or a vehicle with high ground clearance. The absolute best way to get to the parking lot fast and safely would be using either a side-by-side (UTV) or a dirt-bike. 2. The “parking lot” at the start of the hike is horrible. It’s not really a parking lot, more of a clearing. Most people park along the road on the way up. It would be best for you to leave as early as possible if you want to avoid finding a parking spot and get as close as possible to the start of the hike. Have fun!

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Hiking

good trail till little tunnel then after that trail gets twice as bumpy and more lose gravel. Turned around at marker 119

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Off Road Driving

The road as shown here is a Forest Service Road and ATVs, dirt bikes, etc are all fine, with proper insurance of course. This can be verified on the website for Fraser Valley Regional District under Sumas Mountain Regional Park. However, this only applies to this road as shown. It is the trails branching off that are only for mountain bikes and motorized vehicles are not allowed. We pulled our Jeep off to the side of the road to get some water from the back. But we inadvertently covered an exiting bike trail. And we too were given a possibly dirty look by a mountain biker. I can't say I blame them too much. There are endless dirt bikes and ATVs ripping up and down this road. And it's probably a good bet that some of them try to sneak onto the bike trails. This is a unique situation. North Van mountain bike trails have dirt bikes nowhere near. And Blue Mountain has a sign that says dirt bikes only. Here, everybody has to work together. On a lighter note, we saw a couple of guys close to 80 in a classic 1950s Jeep and they were having a great time. If you stay on the authorized road or the viewpoint and don't block any bike trail exits, you will be just fine.

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Salvador Miranda reviewed Cheam Peak
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HikingGreat!

When the weather is good in September, it's the absolute best time to hit the outdoors: it's dry, the temperature is pleasant and, most importantly, the bugs are gone. So a couple of good friends and yours truly decided to hit Cheam Peak, a long awaited target located at the southeastern end of the Fraser River valley, and it was an awesome hike. The trail is easy, no technical issues, no steep sections requiring scrambling, and fantastic views all the way from the beginning, something uncommon in this area where you have to spend hours in the forest before you see something other than trees. In summary, a very pleasant walk both ways leading to magnificent 360° views. Getting to the trail-head was another matter: we barely made it along the 15km access "road" with its 125 water-bars, some of which gave the impression we were going to crash head-on and were barely passable, and perhaps impossible for a normal car. It took us over an hour to negotiate that short distance (each way). On the way down from Cheam Peak, we thought it would be a good idea to bag Lady Peak to the south... That's a completely different beast... steeeeeep all the way up, lots of lose scree, and once I reached the ridge after scrambling a 45° rock slope I poked my head and saw that, on the other side, there was nothing except air for the next 700m or so, and I decided it was prudent to call it a day, turn around, and slowly make my way back down (quite a bit on my bum for caution), while my younger, more agile and intrepid friends scrambled to the top.... In summary, a formidable day. I'd go back any day but with a proper 4x4 high-clearance vehicle!

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Chris Garrett reviewed Cheam Peak
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HikingGreat!
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Rebecca Diep reviewed Cheam Peak
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HikingGreat!

Ride to get here was bumpy and fun like a roller coaster. The trail itself was well maintained and there was constantly view after view. Loved this hike!

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Eytan Moudahi reviewed Cheam Peak
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HikingNo shade

Wonderful trail though there’s very little shade as you hike. The views are spectacular! Oh, and you need a high clearance vehicle to get to the trail head.

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Bob Clark reviewed Lille Ghost Town Trail
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HikingGreat!

Fun and fairly easy hike. Took about an hour and 15 minutes to get to townsite after stop at waterfall and mine 1. Looked around town for 30 minutes and then stopped at cemetery on the way back. About 4 hours total. Make sure to drive to field with power lines. Fun hike!

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Emily Morrow reviewed Cheam Peak
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Hiking

Absolutely stunning hike. Totally worth it. So so magical the entire way! Easy to find your way up and trail markers! The only negative is the road in, be sure to have 4x4 and clearance (we made it up luckily in a Nissan Rogue), so if that’s you, take your time.

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Off Road DrivingRocky

For supposedly being a OHV trail, at km 4 there’s the tiniest sign saying no fun zone. Basically no engines. Didn’t see it until the way down. I took my youngest for her first easy ride with Dad on the atv and all the cyclists looked at us like we were driving a monster truck through a schoolyard during recess. Apparently they own the trail and area? Yet any side trail clearly had two ruts the size of atv/suv Tire’s. I’d say don’t waste your time. Would have been nice to find a place closer to town but not this place.

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Natasha Smith reviewed Cheam Peak
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Hiking

Beautiful hike! Not overly challenging but does get the heart rate up!

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Amy Pogue reviewed Hastings Heritage Trail
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This is NOT a biking trail unless you have a very rugged mountain bike or possibly a fat bike. I tried on my gravel bike around Bancroft and it was terrible - extremely slow going, sandy, full of ruts and torn up by ATVs. I’m sure it’s fun for ATVs etc but it’s a no for biking.

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