Vedder Mountain Ridge Trail is a 5.5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length5.5 miElevation gain1,236 ftRoute typeOut & back
BackpackingHikingMountain bikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingRunningDog friendlyForestViews
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Please note that parking is limited at the trailhead.

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Iziah Zawislak
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HikingGreat!IcySnow

Loved this trail, parking was quite awkward but many places to legally park not far from the entrance, little C2C spikes, I saw about 10 people, lots of thick ice but if you are capable of being mindful it’s a great trail

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Karen C
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HikingGreat!IcySnow

Good little workout with micro-spikes C2C with two rope assists in the end. Came across about 15 people today. Car parked lower pullout area before turning right onto the final 600m, as the road was covered in thick ice, very slippery.

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Brian Henderson
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morgan polny
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Sierra Searing
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HikingSnow

Snowy up there today. Had to park quite a way down the FSR as it was very slippery. Beautiful hike through the trees and we even had some views. Spikes came in handy and will definitely be helpful in the next few days as the snow was turning to slush and will likely freeze tonight. There are 2 rope sections at the peak which are relatively manageable, but were a bit sketchy coming down with the snow.

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Joanna Stich
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HikingMuddy

not well labelled at all. same goes for parking. additionally track is shared with mountain bikes. very muddy.

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D Wint
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Slippery! And well labeled!

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Len Aninipot
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Char Friesen
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Melanie Hughes
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HikingGreat!

Gorgeous day, trail in very good condition. Ran into COC members on their way up to do some maintenance. The rope section at the end is fun and doable. Views are fantastic. There’s camping spots at the top that I hope to try out when the weather warms up. Park on the main FSR and walk up to the trailhead an extra km or so unless you have 4x4

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Brad Gaudette
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Well marked, dry, good up and downs, great view at the peak. Will be back.

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Gabe Racine
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•Nice trail to run•

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Shanda Parkes
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Amazing!!

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Dean Scherbey
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Touqir Butter
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HikingGreat!

Great for winter hike. The trail was well maintained, no overgrown bushes, no snow or mud. We parked at Forest service road and hiked from there, both way it was 14km. As trail goes up and down through several hills, it was a work out equal to 800m elevation gain. Started at 10:30 and came down at 3 pm before getting dark. It was not busy at all may be because of week day.

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Aryssa Barnetson
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HikingGreat!IcySnow

Great trail, with an even better view at the top. It was hard for my out of shape self, but doable. Very clearly marked trails. Snow is covering the ground wherever there is a break in the trees but it is packed, and manageable in hiking boots.

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Dawn Lauren
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Maria Ecowahm
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AOK day with Dawn the Great!

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Stephanie Singer
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Jennifer Hillier
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The trail is well marked the entire way, and the up and down terrain keeps you on your toes. We really enjoy this hike! Snow is on the trail right now (December 28, 2020) and is well packed from use. Crampons would be beneficial, but we got by with our hiking boots!

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Sean Roach
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Reg Ens
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Sam Koop
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Brian Weihs
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