Our Trails and Routes

The Harrison River Valley is a mecca for outdoor adventure. From hiking to mountain biking or skiing to paddling, there is something to be discovered any time of the year.

HIKING IN THE HARRISON RIVER VALLEY

Our hiking trails range from easy, leisurely trails like the East Sector Lands and Cheam Wetlands to our more difficult, but equally rewarding hikes like Bear Mountain and Slollicum Peak. If you’re new to hiking we recommend taking a Guided Tour with one of our local Hiking Guides and following the “Three T’s” of BC Adventuresmart. Trip Planning, Training, and only Taking the Essentials.

Click on the “on two feet” for hiking trails in the area.

BIKING IN THE HARRISON RIVER VALLEY

Slow down and explore our calm country roads and farm fresh experiences in Agassiz, BC. For the adventurous spirits, check out our trails at the Syéxw Chó:leqw Adventure Park in Agassiz, BC, or East Sector Trail in Harrison Hot Springs.

PADDLING THE HARRISON RIVER VALLEY

With the abundance of lakes and rivers in the Harrison River Valley you will be sure to find a paddling adventure that fits your skill level- from paddling the Harrison River and Harrison Lake to gently exploring Hicks Lake. Guided Tours and boat rentals are available in Harrison Hot Springs, Hicks Lake offers canoes and paddleboard rentals during the summer.

WINTER SPORTS IN THE HARRISON RIVER VALLEY

In the winter try snowshoeing, skiing and tubing at Sasquatch Mountain Resort.

Explore the trails and routes in Agassiz, Harrison Hot Springs, and Harrison Mills

Explore our Outdoor Adventure Blogs!

Heal in the Wild | Harrison River Valley

For thousands of years, the Indigenous people of this land have recognized the profound healing power of nature. In fact, the hot mineral waters of Harrison Hot Springs were known and revered as “the healing place” by local ...

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Breathe in the Wild: Harrison River Valley

The wilds of our valley include lush vegetation ranging from the rich bounty of sword and licorice ferns and spongy mosses that line the forest floor, to Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedar that silently loom like giants ...

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fathers day 2020 blog

Fathers Day in the Harrison River Valley

Father’s Day is swiftly approaching— it seems as though it snuck up on us this year! If you are puzzled about what to do to celebrate Dad, we have some great ideas to take Father’s Day to the ...

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