Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)
Whether it's a stroll along the shore-side promenade or a more strenuous climb up Bear Mountain, Harrison Hot Springs' variety of trails cater to family walks, brisk workouts and extreme hikes.
Located within a 30 minute drive are destinations such as Bridal Veil Falls (the sixth highest falls in Canada), Cheam Lake Wetlands Regional Park (great for picnics and family nature walks) and Othello Quintette Tunnels (once a part of the Kettle Valley Railway system) are also worth exploring. Hop on a water taxi and head for Long Island in the middle of Harrison Lake; it, too, has numerous trails and lakes.
Harrison Beach Promenade
Enjoy an easy stroll beside the beach and along a man-made dyke that encloses a swimming lagoon. The trail includes benches as well as points-of-history markers along the way. It runs west to the hot springs source and east along Rockwell Drive to the Ranger Station Public Art Gallery.
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Hemlock Valley, British Columbia
Day trip or weekend, your machines or ours, your adventure starts at 1000 metres elevation. Enjoy a modern, fully equipped mountain cabin as your base while you explore BC's Coast Mountains. Take a short 45 minute hike and view Harrison Lake over a kilometre below. Watch for wildlife as you travel up the mountain and, when in season, look for black bears in your driveway.
Off road vehicle adventures are our specialty. Book an ATV tour to truly enjoy the area first hand. Certified safety trainers give all of our guests an orientation course before we leave.
Our all inclusive, self-catered or multi-day packages are outstanding.
We are a favourite destination for experienced quaders as well. Why not join us for a weekend?