Vancouverites are blessed when it comes to incredible walking and hiking trails. Both in and around the city, you can find endless beautiful places to explore. This particular trail just outside of the city will bring you to not one but three different turquoise lakes. This B.C. hike is overflowing with so many stunning sights and you just need to see it for yourself.\nThe trail that will take you to the first of the three lakes is just a two-hour drive from downtown Vancouver.\nAll the lakes are in the Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park area, which is exploding with phenomenal nature scenes.\nEditor's Choice: 18 Places In Canada With Names So Weird They'll Make You Do A Double Take\nAfter continuing on the Chilliwack Lake Road for about 40 kilometres, you'll see the road has turned into gravel. That's when you know the trail is nearby and you can begin your adventure.\nThe first lake is Lindeman Lake. The distance from the trailhead to the lake will be about three-and-a-half kilometres, round-trip.\nSo with a one-way distance of just over one kilometre, it'll be a short, easy trek along the dirt path.\nAnd if you're someone who is fond of getting immersed in the quietness of the forest, then you'll love this serene adventure.\nThe first lake along the trail will blow you away with its amazing turquoise waters.\nThere are mountains all around the lake, and it even has a small beach.\nView this post on Instagram Moments before partially falling into the lake while getting another photo 😅😅 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - #lindemanlake #hiking #hikingadventures #hike #hikingtrail #hikersofinstagram #lake #pacificnorthwest #pacific #wanderlust #wanderlusting #hikingculture #hikingadventure #beautifuldestinations #beautiful #beautifulbc #pnw #pnwonderland #pnwlife #pnwadventures #pnwphotographer #outdoors #traveler #travelphotography #travel #nature #naturephotography #naturelovers #naturelover #natural A post shared by Cole Nicholson (@colenicholson_) on May 24, 2020 at 1:36pm PDT\nWe won't blame you if you just spend the rest of the day laying on the beach or in the water, basking in the sun.\nBut the journey isn't near being over. Especially if you like going all the way and exploring what the B.C. terrain has to offer.\nAccording to Outdoor Vancouver, at the north end of the lake, you'll find a boulder field. Just beyond that, there is another trail that will take you to your next lake destination.\nGreendrop Lake is a bit smaller but it's every bit as spectacular as Lindeman. The water is just as turquoise too.\nAnd since you've already braved an additional three-kilometre hike from Lindeman, there's no way you can't take it a notch further and attempt to see another lake.\nView this post on Instagram Lots of mixed feelings about this hike 🌲✨🐛🌝⛄️🥑🍓#itslike40mins A post shared by @ dorisidk on May 27, 2020 at 8:16am PDT\nThe last lake in this route is the Flora Lake, and it's around 10 kilometres from Greendrop.\nOutdoor Vancouver does warn that the last trail is quite rocky and long, so come prepared.\nNot to worry, the views at the end are totally worth it. Plus, it's a loop trail, which means it will eventually bring you back to the parking lot.\nAnd if you're a fan of camping, then you can set up a camp overnight and look at those views until you're ready for bed.\nView this post on Instagram been rly vibing outside lately💚 A post shared by K Y L A (@kylaprest) on May 23, 2020 at 5:11pm PDT\nBy the time you've made it to Flora Lake, you're so close to where you started.\nBut what's different is that you've feasted your eyes on three treasured lakes in the Fraser Valley area.\nLindeman Lake, Greendrop Lake & Flora Lake\nAddress: Chilliwack Lake Road, Fraser Valley, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Gaze at three turquoise lakes in one of B.C.'s most exciting and diverse landscapes. \nWebsite\n\n\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.