Looking for a great trail in Golden Ears Provincial Park, British Columbia? AllTrails has 17 great hiking trails, trail running 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. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 6 easy trails in Golden Ears Provincial Park ranging from 1.2 to 9.3 miles and from 354 to 1,233 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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river

wild flowers

lake

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waterfall

Lovely forest as most of this park is. Zero views until the top. But overall a great challenging day hike. Give yourself a decent amount of time (6-7hrs min for hiking)

hiking
snow
24 days ago

Road to Golden Ears was blocked so we did this accessible trail as back up. Lots of snow but don’t require snowshoes. Crampons were a huge help though. Mike Lake is slushed over. Beautiful trail and just enough incline in sections to feel like a workout

hiking
snow
24 days ago

Beautiful and long trail .... lots of snow but still beautiful ❤️ we hiked 5.5 hours and burnt 1,972 kcal well maintained trail .... we definitely go back !

Great trail. Attack it counter clockwise.. East canyon first and West canyon on the way back. Some minor technical climbing on the West side. Overall should take around 2-3 hours depending on fitness level and stops.

hiking
snow
30 days ago

snowshoeing
1 month ago

Great trail to do if you are looking for an easy activity. Great reward at the end with the falls. Very icy near the falls at the lookout.

trail is washed out and very slippery

hiking
scramble
snow
1 month ago

Distance is definitely not accurate. I would say its closer to 11-11.5 kms. Not to much to look at until you get to the top. The view is almost 360 degrees and is well worth it in my mind. Took longer than expected. Roughly 3 hours up and 2 hours down. Needed to use spikes roughly 6-7 kms up as there was a fair amount of snow.

Had a blast nice trail

on Menzies Trail

hiking
1 month ago

Great for dogs, did not run into anyone on the trail

hiking
1 month ago

Went end of January, no snow until 6km up, but had to stop at about 7.5km before the caution sign because it was getting icy. Total time was 15km in 5 hours from west canyon trail. Not really any lookouts along the trail.

hiking
1 month ago

Very quiet trial, easily marked. No snow on the ground yet, and a great view!

Views are ok but it is extremely steep and rocky the last .5 KM. Barely any sign of a place to walk. Unless you have proper footwear, don't attempt that. Rocks are all loose and again, very little sign of a walkway to the lookout.

this one was a challenge for me. going up was fun but coming down was really hard. The middle section was the hardest for me but it was worth it. I did it in August in the hottest day. was a great accomplishment for me.

Beautiful day, getting near the flats, it was snow covered. Going beyond would require snowshoes or microspikes.

hiking
2 months ago

I did this over the summer and oh boy. If you are doing this hike, know what you're getting in to. If you hike like a normal person, it's about 2 hours to alter flats, where I overnighted. I was then up bright and early (about 5:30) for and 11 hour there and back again. Like every other comment says YOU NEED WATER. There is basically none from the flats to the emergency shelter. speaking of the shelter, once you're there, you have another 45mins to an hour to the peak. A bit of a grind but definitely worth it. It was the most fun part of and coming down we slid down the snowpack. 10/10 would reccomend. That was the fastest I went that day. All in all, 2 hours to the flats, 6 hrs up, 5 hrs down and another 2 out. Take your time and have fun cause the view is stunning! oh Yeah, and that scary thing to the left is edge peak. don't worry about it.

hiking
2 months ago

A nice easy walk

A decent hike with some moderate technical aspects on the west side, or the loop back. We did it in winter with some snow and it was really nice. Would recommend this loop for most hikers with a reasonable level of fitness. It’s very doable and should take roughly two hours at a steady pace. Stunning views all around.

beautiful walk and dog friendly

hiking
3 months ago

Great for young kids, although next time I’ll wear hip waders!

Expect snow at around 800m and down from now on. There was about a foot of snow at the second lookout.

hiking
3 months ago

Went up the majority of this trail yesterday. Had to turn around just before the scramble section because of snow and ice.
Beautiful trail that really works the legs out on the way up and down.
5 hours return trip with a short break at the top for a bite to eat

The BC Parks map is super outdated, the connecting trail involves some route finding and dog walkers on the lower trail do not leash their dogs as required by BC Parks and it’s annoying. Took my 8YO down the scramble bits and he did our route finding and loved it.

November 9th, 2018.
There was light snow starting at 7km into this hike, I made it to 9km and turned back as visibility had gotten to the point where I no longer felt safe to continue.
To the 9km mark and back to the Parking lot took me 7.5 hours

The snow will slow you down, and winter park hours may make this hike not possible unless staying the night.

Hike on

hiking
4 months ago

Definitely a tough trail. A steep climb most of the way with a bit of scrambling at the top. It took us a little over 2 hours each way. Beautiful views on a clear day.

walking
4 months ago

Love this trail. It is suited for a afternoon stretch.

walking
4 months ago

even it is short, in the trees, lots of root, wet that day, i still enjoy walk into the beautiful lake's backyard.
i took a super beautiful picture before sunset that the light just falling on the lake side.

It was a nice walk with the dogs

trail running
4 months ago

I've ran the trail today and it was really nice. We didn't encounter any wild life. On the summit it was really cold and windy. So much that I did not feel my fingers (didn't have gloves).

We ran majority of the trail except the steepest parts.

It was a great workout and it was great to go away from all the noise of the city. I really enjoyed it.

We did this in just under two hours, not a fast pace either. The trail down from east canyon to lower falls is a scramble. Not recommended for dogs or very young kids

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