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 Hope, a winter’s day graced with silently falling snow feels like being inside a magical Christmas snow globe. Our quaint setting, gently nestled in between snow-capped mountain ranges, makes it the picture-perfect mountain hometown! Located in the heart of a landscape perfectly suited for snowy sports and activities, Hope, […]
This year has been difficult for many, and with that, it’s the perfect time to bring some holiday cheer to our lives. Hope, Cascades & Canyons is hosting a Christmas Lights Challenge, bringing the community together in a safe manner that brings joy to all! Here’s a breakdown of how […]
UPDATE: MOUNTAINVIEW BREWING COMPANY WILL OPEN NOVEMBER 24TH 2020. MAKE RESERVATIONS ONLINE TO SECURE YOUR TABLE. For the past two years, as the daily hustle and bustle of life marched on, something very special was quietly brewing behind the scenes here in Hope. All of us who live or spend […]
This time of year brings a unique opportunity when exploring the outdoors in Hope: witnessing salmon spawning at Suckers Creek is an extraordinary experience, accessible trail, and enjoyable for all ages! Suckers Creek is a minor tributary of the Coquihalla River, which flows out of Kawkawa Lake. Typically Pink, Chum […]