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The first and last kilometer or so we're the absouye worst as they were practically vertical. I'm a... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Anita G
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Why haven’t Hiked Hollyburn Mtn before?!!!

I have spent every free weekend this winter at Grouse or Seymour Mountains frolicking in the snow... read more

Reviewed 11 March 2018
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The first and last kilometer or so we're the absouye worst as they were practically vertical. I'm a very new beginner and I had to take a lot of breaks. However everything in between was so much fun. Spectacular views and lots to explore. Round...More

Thank Anita G
Reviewed 11 March 2018 via mobile

I have spent every free weekend this winter at Grouse or Seymour Mountains frolicking in the snow, yet for some reason I have skipped snowshoeing at Hollyburn Ridge. Not anymore! My morning was delightful. I am glad I got up early on a Saturday, and...More

Thank brendabeachbum
Reviewed 19 April 2017

A nice easy walk/hike with great views. Whether you are on the north shore or if you are looking for a destination spot for a day in the outdoors, this is a great choice.

Thank BeezerFamily
Reviewed 24 March 2017

Talk about an experience! Hiking up Hollyburn Mountain is a fairly steep climb in some instances but my gosh is the view worth it. You get to a panoramic view of Vancouver. When the fog lifts, you can even see Vancouver Island. This is free,...More

Thank Charlene P
Reviewed 13 January 2016

Come Oct, a great place to walk, have a picnic lunch at the lake , see the trees and shrubs turning color. Many a great moment, rain or shine, climbing Hollyburn is easy and just fine.

Thank paullacny
Reviewed 14 September 2015

One of the best moderate hikes in Vancouver. It takes about 2 hours to hike to Hollyburn Peak but there are some shorter hikes in the park that don't take as long. There area is best on sunny days between July and September. It can...More

Thank MountainManVan
Reviewed 30 July 2015

Three of us hiked to the top of Hollyburn Mt. yesterday. The elevation gain is a gentle 425m (the high point is 1325m). It was a perfect day for a hike--not too hot, not too cold. We saw only a handful of other people. The...More

Thank 84Traveller84
Reviewed 18 July 2015

While much easier than Grouse or some of the other hikes in the area Hollyburn still affords amazing views from the summit. We did it in a leisurely 1 1/2 hours each way and only saw one other hiker so its private too. Just spectacular...More

Thank RedCamOp
Reviewed 6 July 2015

Unbelievable that this wilderness hike is close to a Metro City and allows you to enjoy true nature. From the parking lot, the hike steadily climb up the hill. There are several lakes you pass and you need some condition to climb over some roots...More

Thank Bobby1802
Reviewed 18 May 2015

so close to the city, just a short drive brings you to this peaceful moutain area, come in September for the wildblueberries, they are delcious

Thank Terry P
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