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Going Underground: 8 Captivating Caves You Must Visit Near Vancouver

British Columbia Caves

Take your exploration underground by visiting one of these eerie, yet fascinating caves in beautiful, British Columbia.


Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park

BC Caves
Photo: Horne Lake Caves/Landon Sveinson

Take the trek out to Vancouver Island and explore the mysterious Horne Lake Caves. The park is home to many caves including: Riverbend Cave, Cougar Cave, Eggshell Cave, and more. The park is located about 60-kms North from Nanaimo and 26-kms West of Qualicum.


Tilly Point Caves

Visit South Pender Island to check out the Tilly Point Caves, where the main subterranean area is 10-feet wide and 50-feet long. It’s a popular spot to go diving.

Upana Caves


The spelunking destination is near Gold River on Vancouver Island. There are over 100 incredible caves to explore in the region that range in experience level.

Little Huson Cave Regional Park

Find Little Huson nestled in the Nimpkish Valley, also on Vancouver Island. It features limestone caves, rock arches and a river.

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Fang Cave


It’s one of the largest caves in Canada and offers awesome climbing opportunities for adventure seekers. It’s part of Evanoff Provincial Park, situated in the Hart Ranges of the Canadian Rockies.

Cody Caves Provincial Park


Take a tour of these caves, which are located in the Selkirk Mountains, which is above Ainsworth Hot Springs and Kootenay Lake.


Corral Cave


Explore Monkman Provincial Park’s Corral Cave, located near Tumbler Ridge. Discover the den after following the 4-km Stone Corral hiking trail.

Bocock Peak Provincial Park

The park has some of the deepest limestone caves to explore. The park is located South of the Peace Arm of Williston Lake, about 70-kms West of Hudson’s Hope.


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