Greater Fraser Valley

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Greater Fraser Valley

Sightseeing
Tall, thin waterfall cascading into a small pool of water, reachable by a wooded trail hike.
Flood Falls Trail
Tall, thin waterfall cascading into a small pool of water, reachable by a wooded trail hike.
Hell's Gate is an abrupt narrowing of British Columbia's Fraser River, located immediately downstream of Boston Bar in the southern Fraser Canyon. The towering rock walls of the Fraser River plunge toward each other forcing the waters through a passage only 35 metres wide.
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Hells Gate
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Hell's Gate is an abrupt narrowing of British Columbia's Fraser River, located immediately downstream of Boston Bar in the southern Fraser Canyon. The towering rock walls of the Fraser River plunge toward each other forcing the waters through a passage only 35 metres wide.
Scenic hiking destination with railway tunnels built through a granite mountain in the early 1900s located in Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park.
Othello Tunnels Campground & RV Park
67851 Othello Rd
Scenic hiking destination with railway tunnels built through a granite mountain in the early 1900s located in Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park.
Cheam Lake Wetlands is located just east of Chilliwack and is a popular park for bird watching, picnics, and family outings.
Cheam Lake Wetlands Regional Park
53480 Elgey Rd
Cheam Lake Wetlands is located just east of Chilliwack and is a popular park for bird watching, picnics, and family outings.
X̲áːytem is an indigenous archaeological site and the name of a related museum run under the auspices of the Stoːlo people at Hatzic, British Columbia, Canada.
Xa: Ytem Interpretive Centre
35087 Lougheed Hwy
X̲áːytem is an indigenous archaeological site and the name of a related museum run under the auspices of the Stoːlo people at Hatzic, British Columbia, Canada.
Take a walk through a 100 year old powerhouse and enjoy the historical displays, electricity demonstrations and many interactive exhibits.
The Powerhouse at Stave Falls Visitor Centre
31338 Dewdney Trunk Rd
Take a walk through a 100 year old powerhouse and enjoy the historical displays, electricity demonstrations and many interactive exhibits.
This small 55 ha (136 acre) park is centred on the site of the original Cariboo Wagon Road bridge over the Fraser River. The park was established in 1984 because of its historical qualifications. It has picnic tables but no camping. Public access is via a trail from a parking lot on the east side of the Fraser, as the old portion of the pre-modernization Cariboo Highway, which used the bridge, is no longer open to the public.
Alexandra Bridge Provincial Park
This small 55 ha (136 acre) park is centred on the site of the original Cariboo Wagon Road bridge over the Fraser River. The park was established in 1984 because of its historical qualifications. It has picnic tables but no camping. Public access is via a trail from a parking lot on the east side of the Fraser, as the old portion of the pre-modernization Cariboo Highway, which used the bridge, is no longer open to the public.