We love a good secret. The problem is that we just can't keep it to ourselves. We think that you and your BFF should explore some of the lesser-known parts of the province this fall. That's why we came up with a list of secret places around B.C. You can thank us later.\nNarcity may receive a portion of sales if you purchase something from this article, which was created independently by Narcity's editorial team just for you.\nB.C. is massive and there are tons of hidden gems all around us.\nEditor's Choice: The Longest & Highest Trestle Bridge In The World Is Just A Short Drive From Calgary\nFrom secret waterfalls to hikes that have only seen a few visitors, we know it all.\nWe can no longer keep these bits of information to ourselves and we decided to share our favourite places with you and your favourite person.\nThis fall, we want you to grab your BFF and hit the open road.\nThese locations have something for everyone – especially the adrenaline seekers.\nBookmark this page and use it as your guide to having the best fall ever.\nWhistler Train Wreck\nAddress: Whistler Quarry Rd., Whistler, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: This is a super-secret place so you didn’t hear it from us. Step out into the chilly fall air and walk across the adrenaline-filled suspension bridge. When you get to the end you’ll see train cars that have been there since 1956.\nView this post on Instagram Off the rails 🚂 #whistler #trainwreck #train #canada #travel #wherenext #tradieontour #dabnation A post shared by Mitch (@hufflepuff_1) on Sep 8, 2019 at 3:30am PDT\nWebsite\nParkhurst Ghost Town\nAddress: Whistler, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Waterfalls are great but if you’re going for something different then this is it. Fall is the perfect time to explore all things spooky. Originally built in the 1900s, this abandoned town was left for dead in 1966. Listen closely when you’re there. Maybe you’ll hear unexpected visitors.\nView this post on Instagram - . Parkhurst ghost town 👻 A post shared by ThomasGaffney (@thomasgaffney) on Oct 17, 2019 at 9:11am PDT\nWebsite\nKayaking In Indian Arm\nAddress: Indian Arm, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Only a few minutes away from Vancouver, this spot is one of the best places to kayak. There are rentals on-site so don’t worry about bringing your own equipment. Given the lush fall scenery, you'll want to bring a camera.\nView this post on Instagram Gotta love the freedom of the kayaks! Just found an island on the Indian Arm and pulled up. A post shared by Julian Hicks (@thejulianhicks) on Aug 30, 2020 at 7:08pm PDT\nWebsite\nGiant Pumpkin Spiced Cinnamon Buns\nAddress: 2088 Commercial Dr. and 2565 Alma St., Vancouver, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: For four days only, a Vancouver bakery is selling giant pumpkin spiced cinnamon buns. And yes. They’re actually giant. Sale starts Friday, October 9 and runs until Monday, October 12. Don’t miss it.\nView this post on Instagram The only type of stacks we need in life 😱 📸 - @foodlees A post shared by NATIV MEDIA | We Are Social (@nativmediaco) on May 10, 2020 at 5:00pm PDT\nWebsite\nHalfway Hot Springs \nAddress: Halcyon, Central Kootenay, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: This chilly season is the perfect time to hit up a hot spring. Not only will the water be warm but the surrounding foliage will be changing colours making it scenic and relaxing. Stress? Don’t know her. \n View this post on Instagram Hot springs + snow + good company this weekend 👌🏼 . . #halfwayhotsprings #kootenays #beautifulbc #wintercamping #vanlife #isupposethatdoesntcountascamping😂 #yeswkr A post shared by Jacqueline Corlett (@jackiec4) on Nov 12, 2018 at 7:30pm PST\n\nWebsite\nRent A Treehouse\nPrice: $189 a night\nAddress: Chilliwack, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: There is a literal treehouse in B.C. that is begging to be rented out this fall. It’s super cozy and located in an area that has some of the most iconic fall activities ever. Making it the perfect BFF getaway.\nLisa | Airbnb\nBook Here\nPrices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.\nHole In the Wall\nAddress: Port Alberni, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: This waterfall only takes 15 minutes to get to. It’s the literal hole in the stone wall that has water flowing through it. During the fall, the water is super chilly but dip your toes in. It’s worth it.\nView this post on Instagram Our next hike led us to this stunning place named “Hole in the wall”. Such a creative name for an actual hole in a wall #vancouverisland #portalberni #waterfall #forest #holeinthewall #britishcolumbia #canadianhumor #nature #naturephotography #blue #travel #traveling #travelling #canada #photography #potd #photo #nikon #nikonphotography #travelphotography #wanderlust #globetrotter #beautifuldestinations #adventure #traveltheworld #travelcanada #lovetravel #traveller #travelholic #aroundtheworld A post shared by Nina (@ninas_path) on Apr 1, 2020 at 8:44am PDT\nWebsite\nHell’s Gate Airtram \nPrice: $30.99\nAddress: 43111 Trans-Canada Hwy., Boston Bar, BC \nWhy You Need To Go: You’ll feel like you’re a bird with these iconic views. Located two and a half hours from Vancouver, this suspense tram is one of the steepest in North America. Hope you’re in for an adrenaline rush. \n View this post on Instagram A visit to Hellsgate. The river below is Fraser river, 11th longest river in Canada. #fraserriver #rivers #hellsgatebc #hellsgateairtram #airtram #bridgesincanada #canada_gram #canada🍁 #tourismcanada #tourismbc #travelphotography #traveling #travelgram #gooutside #liveandexplore #travelwithme #placestosee A post shared by Sherry J (@cherberrry) on Aug 15, 2019 at 7:06pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.