Even if you aren't outdoorsy, it is time to put on your flannel shirt. Right now is when everyone wants to race outside to see the autumn leaves. But you don't need to travel too far from the city to enjoy all the best views. These stunning hiking trails near Vancouver are perfect for fall hikes.

Golden Ears Provincial Park is one of our top picks, as it is less than an hour away and has magnificent shades of red and yellow everywhere you look.

Within our list, we included trails for every level of hiker. All you need to do is pick one and go.

Velodrome Trail

Price: Free

Address: Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area, 800 Burnaby Mountain Pkwy., Burnaby, BC

Why You Need To Go: The staircase trail up the mountain not only is a good workout but will lead you to a stunning lookout of the city.


 

Deer Lake Trail

Price: Free

Address: Deer Lake Park, Burnaby, BC

Why You Need To Go: It is a laid back walk along the water, that is ideal for anyone who detests hiking.


Lower Falls Trail

Price: Free

Address: Golden Ears Provincial Park, 24480 Fern Cres., Maple Ridge, BC

Why You Need To Go: The fantastic forest loop path will take you to a waterfall.

 

Buntzen Lake Loop Trail

Price: Free

Address: Buntzen Lake, Anmore, BC

Why You Need To Go: You can spend the afternoon journeying through old forests and crossing the multiple bridges.


Murrin Park Loop Trail

Price: Free

Address: Murrin Provincial Park, Squamish, BC

Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy a magnificent view of the water from the Quercus Viewpoint.


East Canyon Trail

Price: Free

Address: Golden Ears Provincial Park, 24480 Fern Cres., Maple Ridge, BC

Why You Need To Go: While long, the journey isn't difficult and will take you under a canopy of leaves in every shade of yellow.


Elk Mountain Trail

Price: Free

Address: Elk Mountain, Chilliwack, BC

Why You Need To Go: The path will take you thru alpine meadows and up the side of a mountain where you can spot Mount Slesse and Border Peaks.


 

Before 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.


 

 
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