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About Hope

Between the Coast Mountain Range and the Cascade Mountain Range, this hub of southern BC highways makes Hope a readily accessible destination from which to explore some of the most beautiful and dramatic BC wilderness.

Within a half hour drive, there are awe-inspiring desert canyons, vast stands of coastal rainforest, rugged snow capped mountains, expansive alpine meadows and fast-flowing rivers.

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  • The Coquihalla Summit Recreation Area is home to stunning views like this, as seen from Yak Peak - a steep, granite peak on the Zopkios Ridge.
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During times of uncertainty, we’re sharing stories and moments to inspire our visitors and to help give everyone a break in their social feeds. At this time, we do not recommend any non-essential travel. However, when things start to settle, we look forward to welcoming you back. For now, we’re encouraging you to be a virtual tourist and enjoy the beauty of our region from the comfort of your home.
  • The Coquihalla rivers name comes from the Halq̓eméylem word Kw'ikw'iyá:la which means "stingy place". Stó:lō oral history speaks of a pool near the mouth of what is now known as the Coquihalla River named named Skw'éxwe, where they would go to spear suckerfish, the story tells of the underwater people named s'ó:lmexw who would grab the spears, preventing fish from being caught.
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During times of uncertainty, we’re sharing stories and moments to inspire our visitors and to help give everyone a break in their social feeds. At this time, we do not recommend any non-essential travel. However, when things start to settle, we look forward to welcoming you back. For now, we’re encouraging you to be a virtual tourist and enjoy the beauty of our region from the comfort of your home.
  • At this time, we are asking non-residents to refrain from visiting our community. With the recent closure of most of our businesses, public facilities, parks and recreation areas, we are reserving those businesses that remain open, for the sole use of our residents. (Residents include; the Sunshine Valley, Boston Bar and Yale. FVRD Electoral areas A & B.) We are respectfully requesting that non-residents refrain from using our essential services such as grocery stores and pharmacies etc. This is so that we can ensure local residents have access to the supplies and resources they need during this time to maintain the highest possible quality of life.

It is imperative for all Canadians to practice social distancing at this time so that our communities can stay safe, and be ready to welcome you back as soon as possible.

Areas that are now CLOSED to the public are:
・Hope Visitor Centre
・Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park
・Kawkawa Lake Park
・Memorial Park
・All municipal playgrounds as well as school district playgrounds
・Public Washrooms
・All restaurant dining areas
・Hope & Area Recreation Centre

We ask that the following areas be reserved for residents:
・The Rotary Trail
・Hope Mountain Trail
・Hope bike and skate park
・Essential & non-essential businesses

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Hope Visitor Centre by e-mailing vc@hopebc.ca.

More information about public spaces can be found through:
・The District of Hope
・Fraser Valley Regional District
・BC Parks
・Fraser Health
・Provincial Government

Stay safe. Stay home.

Shannon Jones
Executive Director
AdvantageHOPE / Hope Cascades & Canyons Tourism Region
  • The saying "It's all downhill from here" is a good thing when you're here!
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  • The pathway to adventure!
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  • 5 hours of climbing 2575 ft brings you to a whole new world 6591 ft above the ground!
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  • This world is yours for the taking!
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  • The mist of the falls and fresh mountain air will cleanse your mind, body and soul like no other!
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  • The snow is falling and the mountains are calling!
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  • Hit the slopes at @manningpark for one of your best days of the ski season!
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