Over the coming weeks and months, as we enter Phase Three of the Provincial ReStartPlan and restrictions on travel begin to ease, Hope, Cascades & Canyons is working hard to find the balance between welcoming visitors back to the area and keeping our residents safe.
We want this summer to be enjoyable for everyone, we want to see the health guidelines that have been put in place by the province respected by visitors and residents as well as physical distancing while in our shops, on our trails and our Downtown streets.
We are currently working on reopening our Hope, Cascades & Canyons Visitors Centre at 919 Water Ave which will now offer drive up – curb side services. Please take a moment to come say Hi and allow us to share the available resources that are in place for our visitors and how we can assist in making your time with us as enjoyable as possible while making sure that our residents feel confident that our guidelines are being respected by all who come to the area.
We know that you want to help keep our community safe so that we can continue to lift restrictions and welcome you back again and we want you to know that we are doing everything that we can to keep you safe as well as our residents.
Let us work together to give visitors and residents a positive experience this summer!
AdvantageHOPE / Hope Cascades & Canyons Tourism Region
Lying at the edge of the Fraser Valley, Hope is a hub of highways that come and go from everywhere! To the west, across the Fraser Valley is Vancouver via Hwys 1 & 7; to the north, Hwy 1 winds up the scenic Fraser Canyon to the BC Interior and Cariboo regions; to the east, Hwy 3 crosses the Coast Mountains to Princeton and east to the Kootenays, and to the south, is the only road access to the Skagit Valley at the edge of the Cascade Mountains.