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.
Hope was originally known as Ts’qo:ls by Sto:lo community who have lived in Hope for thousands of years. In 1808 Simon Fraser with the Hudson’s Bay Company scouting trails and sites for fur trade posts which lead to the construction of Fort Hope in 1848. Hope was incorporated as a […]
Hope has a wonderful vestige from the past. Its movie cinema, built in 1945, is not only still standing, but is still in business. “It was in 1945, with the end of the 2nd World War, that new optimism & a period of growth overtook Hope & a variety of […]
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 […]
Do you love star-gazing? How about the peace and quiet of the outdoors? Then the Dark Sky Highway is definitely for you! BC Highway 3 has been known as the Dark Sky Highway for many years, as there are no major cities along this route, which in turn limits any […]