Discover Chilliwack’s Whimsical Teapot Hill Hike

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Teapot hill

The underrated Teapot Hill is a quirky little trail near Chilliwack, in Cultus Lake Provincial Park.

Teapot Hill is a brief hike that leads to stunning views of the lake and Columbia Valley.

The 5 km dog-friendly trail is considered to be easy and takes about two hours to complete. There’s also an elevation gain of 250 meters.

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What makes this hike so unique is that there are magical little teapots hidden throughout, hence its name. But it first received its name when a logger discovered a teapot in the area, back in the 1940s.

More teapots have been added in recent years by hikers passing through.

Teapot on Teapot. Did you know the Teapot Hill trail is named so because there are teapots hidden along the trail? How many can you find? I think @soulrenovation and I spotted about 8 plus a few cups and saucers this morning. So cute. – – Looking for a plan of hikes to do this year to maximize the number of amazing trails you can accomplish? Check out my latest blog post at hikesnearvancouver.ca (link in profile) The trails are listed by month starting with easier ones in the spring working up to harder (and more epic) ones as the months go on. – – – – – – #hikesnearvancouver #womenwhoexplore #likeamountaingirl #herpnwlife #mountaingirls #alpinebabes #mtnchicks #womenwhohike #beautyofbc #vancouvercanada #discovervancouver #myvancouverlife #vancityhype #vancitynow #ctvvancouver #vancityvibe #veryvancouver #cbcvancouver #vancouverofficial #cityofvancouver #funlifecrisis #topexplorers #briskoutdoors #farandwide #canadagems #pnwcoast #likevancouver #teapothill #cultuslake #canada150 @aircanada

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It’s also one of the most popular beginner hikes in the area, and an awesome spot for tourists to visit.

Teapot Hill

Located near Chilliwack, in Cultus Lake Provincial Park, at Columbia Valley Road.

Location: Teapot Hill, Coquitlam

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