Circle Tour Map of the Fraser Valley contains many
links to Town and Park pages. Please click on a live
area of the map to link to the desired page.
wide, fertile Fraser Valley is spread between the
Coast and Cascade Mountains, parallel to the US-Canada
border. The valley runs for more than a hundred miles
inland from the Pacific Ocean to the small town of
Hope at its eastern end.
You can drive from one end of the Fraser Valley to
the other in about two hours, but you can just as
easily spend a lifetime exploring the 150 kilometres
(93 miles) between Vancouver and Hope. Almost all
of the fertile land is rural and supports a blend
of farming, forestry, and outdoor recreation.
The Fraser River flows down the middle of the Fraser
Valley and by the very nature of its broad, deep,
muddy girth, forces road travellers to choose between
its north or south side. Two major highways cut east-west
routes through the Fraser Valley, and link Vancouver
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Valley Circle Tour