Hope, BC has over a hundred documented trails all with varying degrees of difficulty. You can choose an easy, family friendly hike to Flood Falls or try a more strenuous hike up Needle Peak. Regardless of your experience, there is a hike for you!
Hope has hundreds of kilometres of designated trails. Stop by the Visitor Centre (919 Water Avenue) to pick up Trails of Hope (free!) or check it out here before you start your adventure.
Gold Panning Gold panning is still prevalent in Hope, BC! Experience is not necessary to get started, though doing some research before you head out is wise. Contact Yukon Dan for expert advice. A section of land along the shore of the Fraser River is reserved for recreational gold panning (from the […]
Spark your sense of wonder at the historic Johnny Ward Guest House! Step inside and you’ll be transported back in time to the late 1800s. The guest house was the home of William Henry Ward (also known as “Johnny”), a native of Nova Scotia, who came to Yale in search […]
Let us work together to give visitors and residents a positive experience this summer! 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 […]
UPDATE June 15th 2020 : The Rhododendron Flats in Manning Provincial Park are now in FULL BLOOM and will continue for approximately 1 more week! Rhododendron Flats in Manning Park is like a flower festival of its own. The thick moss growing on the forest bed brings this beautiful plant […]