The Fraser Valley is a hub of outdoor activities, community festivals & events and local food, wine and beer experiences. We’ve hand-picked some of the freshest and most inspiring storylines for you to share with your audiences.
Local Food & Libations
Circle Farm Tour—From pasture to plate, this self-guided journey takes guests to farms, markets, eateries, wineries, breweries and shops that showcase the rich bounty of the Fraser Valley.
Wineries—the Fraser Valley Wine Region covers over 80 hectares (200 acres), and is a must-see, picturesque destination for those in search of a diversity of handcrafted wines. Ample wine experiences, tours and tastings are also close at hand.
Craft Beer—the Fraser Valley is a growing grounds for hops tapped into by many of the craft breweries cropping up alongside them. Find endless stories about the burgeoning craft brewery scene, along with other sights, sounds and digestive delights, on the Fraser Valley Ale Trail and our mix of Spirited Sips.
Cheese—Handmade cheeses, some even aged in an underground cheese cave, are a draw in the valley. With many created using milk sustainably sourced from neighbouring farms, this is an appetizing topic for cheese-lovers and foodies alike.
The Fraser Valley aims to be a welcoming and accessible destination for everyone to visit. Read about Dan and Elena’s story as they show you how they spend a weekend in the valley.
Wild Child—from water parks to flower festivals, air shows, mountain biking, camping, mini putt, educational experiences, boating, fishing, skiing and wilderness treks, there’s so much fun to be had by the young and the young at heart in the Fraser Valley!
Hiking—find out why our 20+ provincial parks are attracting day hikers, backcountry explorers and mountain mavens of all ilk.
Golfing—the Fraser Valley is a place where you can golf, boat and ski all in one day! With many courses to choose from, including kid-friendly mini-golf and expert fairways, finding the perfect green is easy. Sinking a hole in one, well, we’ll leave that to you.
Fishing—the thrill of the catch lives year-round on Fraser Valley lakes and rivers where abundant salmon, steelhead and sturgeon swim. We also have world-class guides to help you find that perfect fishing spot.
Sturgeon fishing—sturgeon are the largest and longest living freshwater fish species in North America. Fossils of these prehistoric fish date back to between 65 and almost 99 million years ago, and you can still find white sturgeon here today!
Mountain biking—British Columbia is known around the world as a premier downhill and mountain biking destination, and the Fraser Valley has some of the most technically challenging trails as well as best beginner-friendly options.
Winter recreation—the valley is surrounded by the magnificent peaks of the Coast and Cascade mountain ranges where skiers, snowboarders, ice skaters, snowmobilers, snowshoers and snow walkers can delight in the winter wonderland during the colder, snowier months.