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Favorite Fall Hikes

If you are currently around Vancouver, today we bring you our top 3 hikes to make at the beginning of Fall season! 


1. Cascade Falls

The hike to Cascade Falls from the parking lot is quick and easy. In the parking lot, you’ll find a park map and information board. There is also a pit toilet and some picnic tables.

Where: Cascade Falls Regional Park, Mission
Time needed: 30 minutes
Dogs Allowed?: Yes
Details: A short walk from the parking lot takes you up to a suspension bridge and lookout over the scenic falls.


2. Lindeman Lake 

Lindeman Lake itself is a gorgeous, turquoise lake surrounded by dense forest and mountain peaks. The lake looks inviting to swim in on a hot summer day but is, unfortunately, freezing cold year-round. That said, many brave souls will take a plunge into the lake despite the frigid temperature.

Where: Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park
Time needed: 2 hours
Dogs Allowed?: Yes
Details: Lindeman Lake is a gorgeous, turquoise lake in Chilliwack. Popular for camping in the summer, Lindeman Lake is worth visiting anytime the trail is snow-free. It’s a long drive for a short hike, but oh-so-worth-it.


3. Garibaldi Lake 

Garibaldi Lake in Garibaldi Provincial Park is a stunning, glacier-fed lake that sits 1,450 m high, surrounded by snow-capped mountains, glaciers, alpine meadows and volcanic structures. It is a great day hike, and even better camping destination.

Where: Garibaldi Provincial Park
Time needed: 5 – 6 hours
Dogs Allowed?: No
Details: Garibaldi Lake is beautiful any time of year. Getting up there before the snow settles in offers a chance to see the lake without the heavy summer crowds, and get one last look at the beautiful turquoise waters before they are frozen over for the winter.


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