About & Contact

About the eBook: From stunning waterfalls to endless vistas, discover the BEST hiking Vancouver, B.C. has to offer.

Hiking Vancouver includes a large collection of terrific hikes for your next adventure in southwest British Columbia’s impressive wilderness. Covering hikes over a wide range difficulties and locations, these are the classics hikes of Vancouver and the surrounding area.

Each guide contains:

– Overview and turn-by-turn description
– Difficulty rating and distance
– Elevation gain, and highest point
– Time needed
– Directions to the trailhead
– Further resources and more

Wildlife, safety, and gear guidelines are provided to help you make the most of your trips. There are photos, camping information and resources for all you need to know about hiking around Vancouver, because your time should be spent enjoying the amazing scenery, not researching.

Having thoroughly explored the area’s vast hiking trails over the past decade, author Karl Woll brings an intimate knowledge of the hikes you don’t want to miss. Whether you’re visiting Vancouver for the weekend or a long-time resident, this guidebook will get you out enjoying the most rewarding hikes Vancouver has to offer.

The vast majority of the hikes in this book can all be reached within a two and a half hour drive from Vancouver, and range from as far north as Lillooet and as far east as Kamloops.

Contact: I’d love to hear from you.

The easiest way to contact me is on Twitter (@karlwoll) or by email at karl[at]bestvancouverhikes[dot]com

Author Karl WollAbout the author: Karl Woll, born and raised in Vancouver’s Lower Mainland, has been passionately exploring the area’s local mountains over the last two decades.

Beyond hiking, Karl fulfills his desire to be in the outdoors by kayaking, cycling, scuba diving, snowboarding, and most frequently, trail running in the same mountains highlighted in his eBooks. An avid runner, Karl spends most weekends enjoying the endless North Vancouver trails. Karl also runs many of the local races, ranging from 10 km to 50 mile ultra running events.