Agassiz is a small community located in the Eastern Fraser Valley region of British Columbia, Canada, about 97 kilometers east of Vancouver and immediately north of the city of Chilliwack. The only town within the jurisdiction of the District Municipality of Kent, it contains the majority of Kent's population.
Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park is located on the Trans-Canada Highway just east of Rosedale, British Columbia, Canada, part of the City of Chilliwack. The community of Bridal Falls is located adjacent to the falls and park was well as the interchange between the Trans-Canada and BC Highway 9 and has a variety of highway-based tourism services.It is located near the 38th highest waterfall in British Columbia (Bridal Veil Falls) and is commonly stated incorrectly as the 4th tallest in Canada.
"As the Lions are to Vancouver, so Cheam Peak is to the eastern Fraser Valley; it is dominant over Highway 1 between Chilliwack and Hope. Until recently the route to this eminence was the long slog from the valley floor at Popkum to gain the ridge some 2 hours southwest of the peak.
Located 150 km east of Vancouver in the upper Chilliwack River Valley, Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park is characterized by a valley-bottom lake, old-growth forested slopes, and spectacular subalpine and alpine ridges. The sparkling Chilliwack Lake is ideal for motor-boating, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, or fishing.
History – Chilliwack River Provincial Park was established in 1961. Conservation – Chilliwack River Provincial Park lies in the Coastal Douglas-fir biogeoclimatic zone. Its floodplain characteristics emphasize the role of water as a manipulator of both land and vegetation giving the park a unique combination of flora.
Experience the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, BC. The Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve Society manages the programs and services on a 325 acre wetlands located on the un-dyked floodplain of the Vedder River. The site is known for the large breeding colony of Great Blue Herons nesting from March to July.
Lady Peak is part of the Cheam Range near Chilliwack, BC. The summit is at 7146ft and takes approximately 3 hours to ascend. Honestly, it would be worth it just to take the drive along Chilliwack River Road up Foley FSR (Forestry Service Road) and Chipmunk FSR to the trailhead.
The mountaintop elevations increase from ~928m at Vedder Peak in the W to several peaks between 2,000 – 2,400m in the E surrounding Chilliwack Lake. The highest mountains within the drainage (in Canada) are Slesse Mtn and Welch Peak, both very close to 2,440m elevation.
For years, hikers have been putting teapots on Chilliwack's Teapot Hill in Cultus Lake Provincial Park, but this spring the woodland tea party was cancelled when most of the teapots were removed by park staff. The area was named Teapot Hill in the 1940s by a logger who found a teapot on the hill.
Vedder Mountain is the southern border of the Fraser Valley between Abbotsford and Chilliwack. Its west end runs across the International Boundary, and to gain the valley of Cultus Lake you must cross the Chilliwack/Vedder River and switchback around Vedder Mountain’s east end.
Vedder Park currently serves as a destination for Rotary Trail users, dog owners and as an informal picnic and open space amenity area. The park is situated on the paved Legacy Trail which runs through the east side of the park, connects to the Garrison Crossing community to the north and Vedder Road to the east.
Yarrow is located within the <a href="/pages/w/114003251943252">City of Chilliwack</a>.</p><h2>Geography</h2><p>Yarrow is at the foot of the Skagit Range of the <a href="/pages/w/111115562245964">Cascade Mountains</a> on the <a href="/pages/w/113201008694383">Vedder River</a>, near the latter's confluence with the <a href="/pages/w/108335282524756">Fraser</a>, which traverses the <a href="/pages/w/103976856305957">Lower Mainland</a>, of British Columbia.