Chipmunk Creek Trail
Hike along the Chipmunk Creek Trail to experience the feeling of solitude along the trail while taking in scenic views of nearby mountains. This trail largely climbs uphill through the forest along a series of switchbacks and offers several scenic viewpoints along the way. This lightly travelled route is a great escape into the wilderness of the Fraser Valley.
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Route Description for Chipmunk Creek Trail
The Chipmunk Creek Trail is a lightly-trafficked hiking route in the Fraser Valley that sets out from the Chilliwack River and climbs through a beautiful forest setting. The trail itself is covered in roots and rocks, making for a lightly technical but not overly difficult route. The real challenge of this hike is in the 687 m of elevation gain, most of which is packed into the initial stretch of the trail along a series of switchbacks. Along the trail, hikers will likely have the peaceful forest setting to themselves and will also have the opportunity to look out over the valley and surrounding mountains from a few scenic lookouts. This trail is an ideal destination if you are looking for a bit of solitude in the wilderness.
Getting to the Chipmunk Creek Trail Trailhead
To reach the Chipmunk Creek trailhead from Chilliwack, drive south on Vedder Road and take the second exit on the roundabout. Continue on CHilliwack Lake Road for 26.8 km and turn left onto Foley Creek FSR. After 2.0 km, turn left to stay on Foley Creek FSR and follow it for another kilometre, where it will veer to the right and become Chipmunk Creek FSR. COntinue on for 1.2 km and you will find the trailhead on your right.
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