The leaves are changing throughout BC, and this time of year, the larches on Mount Frosty at E.C. Manning Park are transforming into a sea of gold. If you’re looking for a breathtaking fall landscape to take in, this is it.
With an extensive network of 38 hiking trails and multiple viewpoints, E.C. Manning is the perfect place for your next fall adventure – and even the drive there from Vancouver is scenic.
Experienced hikers can embark on the 22 km alpine trail up Mount Frosty, or explore one of the “easy” or “moderate” trails, like the beautiful Strawberry Flats, Viewpoint Loop, East Similkameen, or Lightning Lake Loop trails.
One of the most popular parks in the province, E.C. Manning also offers countless recreational opportunities, some of which are available year-round. This includes camping at the Buckhorn Campground and at backcountry campgrounds (permit required).
So there you have it, BC! If you’re searching for the perfect long weekend hike, you’re sure to find it here.
Where: Manning Park
Information on E.C. Manning Park is from BC Parks, and is accurate as of publication date.