Put on your flannel and lace up your boots. No autumn is complete without going for a hike to see the multi-coloured foliage. Here are 14 hiking trails around Vancouver, B.C. that are so stunning you need to visit them this fall.\nNo matter what people say, you are never too old to play in the leaves. It is hard not to be enchanted by the sights when the world around us transforms from lush green to gold and ruby.\nEditor's Choice: 8 Perfect Fall Hikes You Have To Try In Ontario\nPlus, unlike many other activities on your bucket list, this one you can easily afford. There are ample hiking paths you can visit for free, so you have no excuse not to go.\nIf you are chasing the perfect backdrop for your photos, Deer Lake Park won't disappoint. It is a leisurely journey where every twist and turn will take you to trees more specular than the last.\nYou also will want to put on a sweater and head to the scenic Alexandra Bridge. It only takes minutes to complete, but it is like stepping into a natural wonderland.\nNow that the days are getting cooler, it is the ideal time to spend time in nature. You won't have to worry about summer's sky-high temperatures, and you still have several weeks before the snow arrives.\nHere are all the spots you will want to see:\nLighthouse Park\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 902 Beacon Ln., West Vancouver, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Invite your BFF to join you in exploring the coastline paths along the forest that take you to an adorable lighthouse. As it is only 30 minutes from the downtown core, it is an ideal spot for an after-work adventure.\n View this post on Instagram 𝚕𝚎𝚝 𝚖𝚎 𝚜𝚑𝚘𝚠 𝚢𝚘𝚞 𝚝𝚑𝚎 𝚠𝚊𝚢 💡 A post shared by (っ◔◡◔)っ M i z u L e e ♡ (@mz.water) on Aug 12, 2020 at 6:51pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nCypress Provincial Park\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Cypress Provincial Park, West Vancouver, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: You'll want to head here on a clear day to enjoy the stunning panoramic view. You'll see downtown Vancouver, Mount Baker, Gulf Islands and Vancouver Island. Make sure to claim one of the free day-use passes needed to visit the provincial park.\n View this post on Instagram With each peak we summit, pushing closer to our goals.. I am reminded of what is so special about the mountains we have access to so close to home ⛰️ A post shared by Joel (@joelschat) on Jul 10, 2020 at 7:39pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nGrouse Grind\nPrice: $15 for the ride down the mountain\nAddress: Grouse Mountain, 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: This famous 2.9-kilometre Vancouver hike will have you climbing 2,830 steps with an elevation gain of 853 metres. But it is worth all the sweat and store legs the next day. Go early in the fall before they close the trail for the season.\nIt isn't a race, so make sure to go at your own pace. But to give you an idea of how long it might take, the average time is 54 minutes.\n View this post on Instagram Hiked so high we made it to the clouds A post shared by ✰ E M M A ✰ (@_emmasharpless) on Aug 11, 2020 at 8:48pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nSasamat Lake\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Sasamat Lake, Port Moody, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: It is an easy Port Moody hike ideal if you are looking for something to do solo or with your puppy best friend. Here you can walk along the floating bridge and marvel at the natural beauty. Get there early on weekends for your hike.\n View this post on Instagram Is it embarrassing how much I’m gonna miss this doggo that I don’t even own #adoptdontshop . . . . . #wanderlust #explorebc #instagood #hikingadventures #thatpnwlife #travel #goodvibes #getoutside #liveoutthere #explorecanada #pnw #beautiful #pacificnorthwest #beautifulbc #explore #imagesofcanada #dreamingtones #parkscanada #modernoutdoors #lifeofadventure #thevisualscollective #happyadventuring #goliveexplore #wildernessnation #womenwhohike #pnwwonderland #liveauthentic #findyourwild A post shared by alia stachoski (@aliamarisa29xx) on Oct 21, 2019 at 6:37pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nBurnaby Mountain\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 800 Burnaby Mountain Pkwy., Burnaby, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: The forest staircase trail provides an excellent leg workout. Once you are at the top, you'll be rewarded with a secret lookout over Vancouver that will allow you to see all the trees in shades of ruby and citrine.\n View this post on Instagram Into the Woods we go.🍁🍂Самая красивая осень в Ванкувере, пожалуй, начинается в 20 числах октября. А ещё обязательно застать ее в олимпийской деревне Вистлер, в горах, где она такая разноцветная! 🍁А вообще, я вчера наготовила кастрюлю борща, который просто отлично идёт под любую осень, дождливую, холодную, тёплую! Честное слово!😂А у вас что в меню на эту неделю? A post shared by Anastasia Zorina (@vid.anastasia) on Oct 1, 2017 at 6:34pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nBuntzen Lake\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Buntzen Lake, Anmore, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Make sure to come here early, as the parking lot is often full by 10 a.m. Due to the popularity of this site, they've limited the number of visitors. But, it is well worth the early wake up to see the fall foliage around the lake.\n View this post on Instagram Reminiscent of being outside at now-closed parks 🏞 A post shared by Amanda 2E (@amanda_tuey) on Mar 28, 2020 at 2:30pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nGolden Ears Provincial Park\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 24480 Fern Cres., Maple Ridge, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Less than an hour from Vancouver, you can reach Golden Ears Provincial Park. Here you can walk under the lush tree canopy in every shade of yellow.\nBefore you go, you'll need to reserve one of the free-day use access passes to enter the park. You can even book a campsite, to make it a weekend getaway.\n View this post on Instagram Fall plz stay for as long as possible thank u 🍁 A post shared by JESSICA LAM 🌞 toronto blogger (@jessicailam) on Oct 15, 2019 at 8:49am PDT\n\nWebsite\nMaplewood Flats Conservation Area\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 2649 Dollarton Hwy., North Vancouver, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: There is so much to see in this park along Burrard Inlet. You'll visit a freshwater marsh, forest and grassland where more than 250 species of birds call home.\n View this post on Instagram Early autumn colours 🍂 #autumn #fall #fallfashion #ootd #landscape #inlovewithnature #vancouverbc #lithuaniangirl A post shared by Emilija Aleksandravičiūtė (@_emukass_) on Oct 7, 2019 at 9:04am PDT\n\nWebsite\nJug Island\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 2375 Bedwell Bay Rd., Belcarra, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Here you can follow a 5.5-kilometre path through the forest. In the end, you'll reach Jug Island Beach, a fantastic spot to take a break and enjoy a fall picnic next to the water.\n View this post on Instagram Colleagues & friends chasing the sun on the last weekday hike of the year ☀️ 🌲 🌊 #jugisland #belcarra #portmoody A post shared by BTM Lawyers LLP (@btmlawyersllp) on Oct 5, 2019 at 2:18pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nAlexandra Bridge Provincial Park\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Alexandra Bridge Provincial Park, Yale, BC \nWhy You Need To Go: The Alexandra Bridge will take you across the Fraser River, where you can enjoy a lookout of the colourful fall foliage. The beautiful architecture and natural beauty combine to make a not-too miss photo opportunity this autumn.\n View this post on Instagram On some journeys, let nature be your guide 🍃 A post shared by Aditi Kapil 🌸 (@akapil_) on Oct 18, 2019 at 12:17pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nElk Mountain\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Elk Mountain, Chilliwack, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: If you are up for the challenge, Elk Mountain is a steep climb but will reward you with stunning lookouts of the Fraser Valley. Along the way, you'll visit alpine meadows and dense forest before you find yourself high above the clouds.\n View this post on Instagram It was a very cloudy day to do Elk Mountain Trail in Chilliwack but even being cloudy it was super gorgeous! We didn’t get to see the beautiful views from the top but honestly the trail itself is so stunning that I didn’t care. The trail up felt like an enchanted forest and the wild flowers at the top were so pretty. 😍 Harley loved it! 🐕 Hike: 8.2 km out & back A post shared by Haley Almeida 🍁 (@hales.travels) on Oct 3, 2019 at 7:36am PDT\n\nWebsite\nLower Seymour Conservation Reserve\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 2369 Lillooet Rd., North Vancouver, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: There are 100-kilometres of trails to explore, no matter your fitness level. Some include laid-back boardwalk paths that take you through the middle of a peaceful forest.\n View this post on Instagram memories about another sunny day in Vancouver 🦆🤍 A post shared by Vitória Coutinho (@vitoriaacout) on Feb 9, 2020 at 9:00am PST\n\nWebsite\nDeer Lake Park\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 5435 Sperling Ave., Burnaby, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: This easy route is perfect, even if you hate hiking. You can follow a quick looped boardwalk trail that will take you past a series of jewelled toned trees.\n View this post on Instagram The natural scenery absolutely brightens up my day, I really wish autumn could last longer 😢 . . . . . #vancouver #vancouverbc #vancouver_canada #britishcolumbia #beautifulbritishcolumbia #canada #canada_gram #canada🍁 #canada_pic #canada_photolovers #fall #autumn #autumnvibes #autumnleaves #autumncolors #insta #instagram #instagood #instadaily #instaphoto #instapic #instapics #instapicture #ootd #ootdfashion #outfitoftheday #love #happy #grateful #nature A post shared by Joan Wong (@jojojoannn) on Nov 2, 2019 at 10:32pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nCapilano Suspension Bridge Park\nPrice: $54.95\nAddress: 3735 Capilano Rd., North Vancouver, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: From the seven suspended footbridges and various walkways, you'll enjoy a birds-eye view of the forest.\n View this post on Instagram It’s that time of year again when @thewitkamps’ delicate hand starts popping up all over Instagram as everyone reposts this image for a fourth year in a row. But I don’t mind, this is one of my favourite photos I’ve ever taken 🍁(and I’m always honoured when one of my images resonates with people!). A post shared by Rachel Barkman, Vancouver, BC (@rachelbarkman) on Oct 23, 2019 at 1:18pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.