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

4 days ago

This is a easy hike. It’s a beautiful walk in the woods.

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13 days ago

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

Fun for all and four legged family!

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3 months ago

7-5-15- MB/RB; Starts along Fraser trail/ Rendevous development. It's not marked well so hard to follow when it crosses roads where to connect again. It's used by bikers too so makes hiking difficult on narrow/ moderately steep path.

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3 months ago

7-17-15- k mo; Or known as "the bench" trail by locals. It can start or end by campground and / or park up from campground and walk along creek over foot bridge to start. You can go up and back or it connects and circles around by campground/ road partial.

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3 months ago

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3 months ago

Great hike. It took us a little over 2 hours to get to the lake. That was at a leisurely pace with a few stops. Trail is well maintained and diverse. A few steep sections. Not easy for those who are from low altitude. We live at 8500'. Lots of fish in the lake. Years ago we tried fishing it but the fish wouldn't bite. Beautiful wildflowers, mushrooms, very old spruce trees. So peaceful with the creek near the trail most of the way.

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3 months ago

Wonderful hike!! Directions to trailhead are a bit off. 9 miles from county road 3 on Church Park road. 4 miles from fork. Definitely need a 4W vehicle to get to trailhead. Plenty of shade along trail.

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3 months ago

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3 months ago

It's a primarily dirt hard surface close to town. Makes it easy to get to and has a nice little climb
To good views of the valley and Fraser river. It's sort of in and around the Rendevouz development so it loses some points for not feeling remote at all. A good choice for some quick miles within a close drive of Fraser and winter park.