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Hope is the midpoint between Vancouver and British Columbia’s more interior regions, Kamloops and Kelowna, and is only a 1.5 to 2-hour drive away from either location. Hope is located on the Mighty Fraser River at the junctions of highways numbers. 1, 3, 5 and 7. Highway #1 Trans-Canada highway runs East-West; Highway #3 Crowsnest runs East-West; Highway #5 Coquihalla runs North-South; Highway #7 runs East-West.

 

The rugged snow-capped Cascade Mountains provide a picture-perfect backdrop for outings for all ages. The area is great for hiking, boating, fishing, golfing or mountain biking. There is lots to do and even more to see!

 

Hope is nature at its best. Fresh air and a 7000-person strong, vibrant community welcomes you at the entrance to the Fraser Canyon.

 

There are several provincial parks near Hope, B.C. All are scenic and easily accessible. Some of which include: the Coquihalla Canyon, E.C. Manning, Silver Lake and Skagit Valley. If you prefer to stay within close proximity to the town itself, visit Hope’s Memorial Park on Wallace Street or the beautiful Kawkawa Lake just off the Kawkawa Lake Road.

 

Hope BC is surrounded by 100’s of trails. Some entice more experienced hikers or mountain bikers while others are more suitable for new hikers. Some popular trails include the Lightning Lakes Loop in Manning Park, Needle Peak, Dog Mountain, Thacker Mountain, the Lookout at Mt. Hope, HBC (1849) Heritage Trail, Eaton Lake Trail, Flood Falls, Mt. Frosty, Heather Trail, Hope Lookout Trail, Lightning Lakes Chain, Mt. Outram, Spirit Caves

 

Hope B.C. is home to hundreds of trails, those that would entice even the most experienced hikers/mountain bikers and those more suitable for new hikers. Some of the more popular trails include: The Lightning Lakes Loop in Manning Park, Needle Peak, Dog Mountain, Thacker Mountain, the Lookout at Mt. Hope, HBC (1849) Heritage Trail, Eaton Lake Trail, Flood Falls, Mt. Frosty, Heather Trail, Hope Lookout Trail, Lightning Lakes Chain, Mt. Outram, and the Spirit Caves

The drive through the Fraser Canyon has much to offer as well. Mountains, rivers and lakes, greenery and even wildlife provide for the some of the most memorable scenery on Earth.

There is much to in and around Hope as well. The Rambo Walking Tour, White Water Rafting, Helicopter Tours, Hang-gliding, Hope slide, Salmon Spawning, Hope Lookout, The Othello Quintette Tunnels (Coquihalla Canyon Provinical Park), and the Hell’s Gate Air Tram are only some of the many activities Hope has to offer.

 

With so much to and soak in, it is only natural to want a goodnight’s rest after a day full of adventure. For a peaceful and comfortable night, please join us at the RoyalLodge Motel. We look forward to serving you in our Non-Smoking, Wifi-equipped, Air-conditioned rooms – where coffee/tea is provided. We are located within a very close proximity to nearby restaurants and a local grocery store.

 

Stuff to do in and around hope include the Rambo Walking Tour, Hope slide, The Othello Quintette Tunnels (Coquihalla Canyon Provinical Park), Hell’s Gate Airtram, Salmon Spawning, Hope Lookout,
White Water Rafting, Sturgeon Fishing, Helicopter Tours, Hang gliding; Coquihalla River Provincial Park, E.C. Manning provincial Park, Hope Memorial Park, Kawkawa lake park, Nicolum River Provinical Park, Silver Lake Provincial Park, Skagit Valley Provincial Park.

 

Hope is just a 1 1/2 to 2-hour Drive East from Vancouver and a similar distance to Kamloops, Kelowna and Interior B.C.  located on the Mighty Fraser River at the junctions of  Hwys 1,3,5 and 7.  Hwy #1 Trans Canada Highway runs east-west; Hwy# 3 Crowsnest runs east-west; Hwy #5 Coquihalla runs north-south; Hwy #7 runs east- west.

 

Rugged Snow Capped Cascade Mountains, Picture perfect setting with stuff to do for all ages.  The area is great for Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Golfing or Mountain Biking.  Lots to do and observe.  Nature at its best Clean Air and a Vibrant Community welcomes you to our 7000 strong community at the entrance to the Fraser Canyon

 

Local and Provincial parks There are several provincial parks near Hope, BC. All are scenic and easily accessible. Some include Coquihalla Canyon, E.C. Manning, Silver Lake and Skagit Valley. If you prefer staying closer to town, visit Hope’s Memorial Park on Wallace Street or Kawkawa Lake just off of Kawkawa Lake Road.

 

Hope BC is surrounded by 100’s of trails. Some entice more experienced hikers or mountain bikers while others are more suitable for new hikers. Some popular trails include the Lightning Lakes Loop in Manning Park, Needle Peak, Dog Mountain, Thacker Mountain, the Lookout at Mt. Hope, HBC (1849) Heritage Trail, Eaton Lake Trail, Flood Falls, Mt. Frosty, Heather Trail, Hope Lookout Trail, Lightning Lakes Chain, Mt. Outram, Spirit Caves

 

A Drive thru Fraser Canyon the incredible scenery included mountains, rivers and lakes, explore hidden tunnels. Great playground for outdoor enthusiasts and Nature admirers;

 

Stuff to do in and around hope include the Rambo Walking Tour, Hope slide, The Othello Quintette Tunnels (Coquihalla Canyon Provinical Park), Hell’s Gate Airtram, Salmon Spawning, Hope Lookout,
White Water Rafting, Sturgeon Fishing, Helicopter Tours, Hang gliding; Coquihalla River Provincial Park, E.C. Manning provincial Park, Hope Memorial Park, Kawkawa lake park, Nicolum River Provinical Park, Silver Lake Provincial Park, Skagit Valley Provincial Park.

 

So much to do and soak in now for a peaceful Comfortable night of stay please join us at Royallodge motel. We look forward to serving you in our Non Smoking rooms with Wifi, Air conditioned – coffee/tea in rooms nearby restaurants and grocery store

 

Distances in Km
Chilliwack 53
Abbotsford 85
Vancouver 147
Victoria (Ferry access) 241
Kelowna 239
Seattle 268

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