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.
In the spring, Hope is a resting spot for birds as they migrate north through the Cascade Mountain Range from the United States. Thacker Marsh and the Hope Airport are two popular birdwatching hotspots. At the airport you’ll hear a symphony of bird songs and spot birds like Sparrows, Spotted […]
At this time, we are experiencing fast changing travel conditions with limited notice on the highways leaving Hope. This is due to the various wildfires that are occurring near Highways 1, 3, and 5. It is strongly advised that you refer to Drive BC’s website and Twitter while travelling throughout […]
Hope stands on the traditional grounds of the Stó:lō village of Ts’qo:ls. Evidence of this village can be found at our local Indigenous owned and operated Telte-Yet Campground. Here, pit house depressions are located, dating back to the 1800s or earlier. The largest pit house on this site belonged to […]
We are excited to announce that our #SupportLocalHopeBC campaign brought in over $35,000 worth of receipts entered with more than 1/3 of the receipts supporting local restaurants in a time of need! We are humbled by the success of the campaign with hundreds of locals and a long list of […]