The Best Hiking Trails in Vancouver

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Vancouver, BC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


902 Stanley Park Dr, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2

Since 1888

Hiking Trails, Golfing, Itineraries, Nightlife and Casinos, Shopping, Sightseeing, Scenic Views of Water, Mountains, Sky, Majestic Trees, Trails, Beautiful Beaches, Wildlife, Skiing & Snowboarding

It is a 405-hectare (1,001-acre) public park - There are also more than 27 kilometres (17 mi) of forest trails inside the park - Offers a wide range of unforgettable experiences for all ages and interests including Canada’s largest aquarium

Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

A beautiful park for all ages. You can do bicycling, skate boarding, roller skating, hiking. On the trail you will get to lions bridge, mermaid statue and if you are lucky you will be seeing cruise and Canadian geese. Last year group of orca ( killer whale ) were also spotted. Gorgeous place to see native Canadian totems. And to be close to nature.
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5495 Chancellor Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6T 1E4

Since 1975

Wildlife, Nature View, Walking Trails, Trail Running, Hiking Trail, Cycling, Horseback Riding, Picnic Area, Nature & Parks

It is a 874 hectares (2,160 acres) park - Offer a network of trails contained in more than 750 hectares of forest - The park contains over 73 km of walking/hiking trails, 50 km of which are designated multi-use and available for cycling and horseback

Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

Our son told us we should get out more, so he took us hiking in this park. Now, it was winter and it was cool and there had been snow, but, it was still beautiful and restful. We will come back again in a different warmer season. Parts of this park are off-leash areas.
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Off Woodgreen Drive, Vancouver, BC V7G 1L3

Since 1975

Hiking Trails, Cycling, Wildlife Viewing, Picnic Areas, Sightseeing, Photography, Wilderness Camping, Skiing, Snowboarding, Cross Country Skiing, Snow Tubing & Snowshoeing

The park has two sections: a 21 km² southern section which is accessible by road and a 9 km² northern section which is only accessible by hiking trails - Area: 30.12 km2 (11.63 sq mi)

Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 11:00 pm

I had read and seen so many good things about the Howe Sound Crest Trail that I made the hike up it to the Bowen Lookout part of my trip. However, I took a wrong turn at the start of Yew Lake and ended up heading up the Baden Powell Trail instead (my own fault, trails are all well-marked). However, I was still not disappointed as I got a great view all to myself from the Yew Lake Lookout. I even got lucky enough to see a black bear roaming around the Olympic rings on my visit.

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