Vanderhoof's Big River Country

Fishing at Cheslatta Falls

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Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)

Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)

Hiking is popular and accessible in Vanderhoof and the surrounding area. The rolling terrain offers great views of surroundings lakes and ranches.

Vanderhoof offers easy and flat walking routes around town, as well as numerous short to full-day wilderness treks in the backwoods. Some of the longer trails start near town, while others require a short drive. Hiking is best in late summer.

Greer Creek Falls Trail/Waterlily Bay Trails

Two of the more popular routes include 1.2km/0.75mi long Greer Creek Falls Trail and Waterlily Bay Trails. Greer Creek has a picnic area and an end destination waterfall, where hikers can take a refreshing dip. The various hiking routes of Waterlily Bay Trails are close to town and feature two small lakes, several viewpoints, as well as the remnants of an old trapper cabin.

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