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Hope, BC

the home of Cascades & Canyons

for the Adventurer

Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park

The Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park is home to an engineering marvel, The Othello Tunnels. A straight line of railway tunnels were built through the solid granite cliffs of the Coquihalla Gorge in the early 20th century, the route was closed in 1959. Enjoy walking along the abandoned tunnels and bridges. Features: Campground, picnic tables, fishing, hiking, and cycling.

Eaton Lake Trail

Eaton Trail is one of the most popular hikes near Hope and exhibits some challenges with the steep climb. If you find that the steep hike is too exhaustive, there is a waterfall lookout which is a nice alternative destination. For more information visit Hopebc.ca

Flood Falls Trail

The easy hike to Flood Falls is especially enjoyable in the spring when the waterfall is a torrent of water crashing down the mountainside into a pool below. Though it’s rare, keep in mind that Flood Falls occasionally dries up during the dryer parts of the summer, but typically the falls is active year round. The falls are located just off of Highway 1. For more information visit Hopebc.ca

Gold Panning

For your very own Gold Claim, Walter Rawlinson is the expert.

www.bcplacergoldclaims.com/

If you would like to learn from a Gold Panning Champion, Pan with Yukon Dan.

for Families

HMI Skate park

Sunshine Valley resident Hippie Mike, has opened Hope's very first indoor Skate Park. Enjoy all year round skateboarding at 840 5th Ave, Hope BC. Lessons available for children age 5 & up. For more information, visit Hippie Mike Industries.

Rambo Tour

The Hope Visitor Centre is the official HQ for all things Rambo Tourism in Hope. Your first stop on the Rambo Film Locations tour is here at the Visitor Centre. Pick up your guided maps and Rambo souvenirs. For more information visit Rambo First Blood Tour

Centennial Park

The Rotary Centennial Park in Downtown Hope features beautiful wood carvings, monuments, and gorgeous views of the Fraser River and the Cascade mountains. It is a popular spot to watch the sunset, have a picnic and observe wildlife. It is located on the corner of Wallace and Water Street.

Our Local Business page is also a resource of Activities to do in Hope

14861 Sumallo Rd.
Hope, BC V0X 1L5

+1 (604) 860-4661  |  info@sunshinevalleyliving.com

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Sunshine Valley Living  |  2021