Sasquatch Mountain & Hemlock Valley
Sasquatch Mountain Resort situated in nearby Hemlock Valley is a short 45-minute drive from Harrison that transports you to the wonderful world of skiing, snowshoeing in the winter and hiking in the summer. For more information on skiing conditions at Sasquatch Mountain.
The community of Hemlock Valley is an unassuming slice of alpine heaven located approximately 45 minutes west of Harrison Hot Springs, BC. Hemlock Valley is traditionally a family-orientated recreational neighbourhood fortunately placed at the foot of Sasquatch Mountain Resort. This 4-season destination provides plenty of outdoor opportunities including skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and tubing in the winter and a disc golf course, an alpine aerial park, and hiking opportunities abound in the summer.
Hemlock Valley’s relatively small size sits in a bowl-shaped footprint with mountains all around. Our village elevation is approximately 975 meters above sea level and the mountain peaks hover at approximately 1371 meters. Hemlock Valley receives some of the deepest snowfalls in British Columbia with an average annual dumping of 30 to 35 feet. This makes for some exhilarating and challenging skiing and boarding at your doorstep.
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Recent Hemlock Valley Stories
The festive lights are shining brightly in the Harrison River Valley, setting the mood for the exciting hunt of finding the perfect gift for your favourite people. Whether you need a little trinket to fill up a stocking, ...
Throughout the Village, our businesses have decked their halls and enchanted their window displays, where you can continue your search for the Sasquatch. Inside the whimsical window displays, we have hidden (1) one Sasquatch per painted window display, totalling 10 hidden Sasquatch in the Village. Can you find them all?
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