This is a list of local hikes in British Columbia, ranging from Pemberton down to the Fraser Valley, and east toward the interior near the Rockies. Still growing this page, so check back later for more!
Golden Ears Provincial Park
This section of the park is a slow, steep grade that takes you over a couple small bridges, then slowly down to this incredible spot. Not at all safe to swim in, but lush with trees and gorgeous waterfalls. The image has no filter; it really does look that green. I would say hiking time is 1-1.5 hours before you reach this point, and an easy 45 minutes back. Large slabs of rock make it easy to enjoy lunch in this spot.