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Sockeye salmon run in the Adams River
(Chun Lee photo)

Chase

Hiking

Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)

Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)

Hiking in Chase is as easy as stepping out the door.

Take a flat stroll through the village along Chase Creek or head into the backcountry to get up close and personal with Mother Nature in the wilderness.

Hikes Near Town

A pedestrian underpass at the Chase Plaza lets hikers safely cross the Trans-Canada Highway to the Mt. Scatchard Switchback Trails south of town. Originally intended for railway construction, the gentle grades make for a pleasant walk (rated 'Easy') to vantage points with excellent views of Chase, Little Shuswap Lake and the Three Sisters waterfalls (formerly called Chase Creek Falls). Recently renamed, the falls now commemorate the daughters of Whitfield Chase, namesake of the village.

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