Things To Do In Chilliwack

Short-Track Racing Experience or Ride-Along at Rusty Wallace Racing Experience (Up to 55% Off)

Rusty Wallace Racing Experience

Multiple Locations

Professional drivers sate passengers’ need for speed in stock cars during exciting ride-alongs and racing experiences

C$129 C$64

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2-Hour Guided Kayak Tour for One, Two, or Four, or Private Tour for Up to Eight (Up to 63% Off)

Harrison Eco Tours

Harrison Hot Springs

Trained guides school guests on safety before leading paddlers part-way down the Harrison River, pointing out historical sites and wildlife

C$100 C$49

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Historic Walking Tour of Harrison Hot Springs for Two or Four from Harrison Heritage Walking Tours (Up to 52% Off)

Harrison Heritage Walking Tours

Harrison Hot Springs

Local tour guide Andra Holzapfel leads groups through the streets of Harrison Hot Springs and tells historic stories about the area

C$30 C$15

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Greens Fees and Range Tokens for Two or Four at Bridal Falls Golf (Up to 51% Off)

Bridal Falls Golf

Rosedale

Before rounds, golfers can loosen up at the covered driving range, practice green, and pitching and sand-bunker area

C$66 C$37

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One- or Three-Month Gym Membership with a Personal-Training Session at Total Body Fitness (Up to 79% Off)

Total Body Fitness

Chilliwack

Memberships include access to free weights and cardio machines in the 17,000-square-foot studio, along with discounted group classes

C$90 C$19

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$119 for Tandem Paragliding Flight with Video from FlyBC Paragliding ($200 Value)

FlyBC Paragliding

Harrison Mills

Passengers strapped to a paraglider leap from Mount Woodside on paragliding jaunts that include an in-flight video

C$200 C$119

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Movie with Popcorn and Drinks for Two or Four, or 10 Movie Tickets at Cottonwood 4 Cinemas (Up to 51% Off)

Cottonwood 4 Cinemas

Sardis - Vedder

Moviegoers watch second-run blockbusters while munching on popcorn and sipping soda

C$29.50 C$14.50

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Sturgeon or Steelhead Fishing Trips from Great River Fishing Adventures (Up to 61% Off)

Great River Fishing Adventures

Chilliwack Proper Village West

Company noted for record fish guides guests in catching and releasing sturgeon or steelhead while top anglers discuss conservation efforts

C$500 C$199

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Two Games of Bowling and Shoe Rental for Four or Six at Chillibowl Lanes (Up to 61% Off)

Chillibowl Lanes

Chilliwack Proper Village West

Guests of all ages enjoy five-pin bowling at this 24-alley centre that also offers black-lit disco bowling

C$49 C$21

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Round of Golf for Two with Range Balls, or Unlimited Membership at Hope Golf Club (Up to 50% Off)

Hope Golf Club

Hope

Surrounded by snow-capped mountains, tall pines & two rivers, course features 2 tee options at all 9 holes to create dynamic, 18-hole round.

C$80 C$40

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Fossil records suggest white sturgeon have been dwelling on rocky river bottoms for more than 200 million years. They bear armored plates rather than scales, and according to the guides at Great River Fishing Adventures, they fight like "a cross between a marlin and a freight train."

Having tagged a record-length sturgeon at 3.8 metres, the team has attracted several notable anglers, including Jimmy Houston and Jakub V?gner of National Geographic Channel's Fish Warrior. They specialize in tracking down the prehistoric river monsters, then catching them to aid in the species' fight for survival. Since 1995, expert anglers and envious goldfish have collected data from more than 90,000 sturgeons as part of an active monitoring program. They regularly lead groups on fishing trips to share the thrill of reeling in the fish while demonstrating proper catch-and-release techniques to keep the fish population flourishing.

Great River Fishing Adventures supplies all necessary equipment for each fishing trip. They also lead excursions to track down steelhead, trout, and Bobby Fischer's pawn lure.

Click here to see video of the record sturgeon.

45695 Cartmell Rd.
Chilliwack,
BC
CA

BC Power Sports mixes sightseeing with adrenalin to yield intimate views of hard-to-reach nature spots. Trained in first aid and approved by the Canadian Safety Council, their tour guides escort riders on ATV tours through an array of British Columbia’s verdant landscapes, from the ghosts of Stave Lake’s old cedar forest to Eagle Point, where roughly 2,000 bald eagles regularly swoop into Harrison River to adopt a pet salmon. The shop also outfits guideless adventures with vehicles chosen from their fleet of ATV rentals, which includes four-by-fours such as the 2011 Polaris Sportsman 400 HO or the two-seat 2011 Polaris Ranger. Each of the ATVs requires certification to ride, which visitors can obtain during the six-hour CSC safety course taught by a CSC qualified instructor. In addition to matching riders with four-wheeled friends, the staff also splashes through the path less taken during wakeboarding and wakesurfing tours.

2226 Lougheed Highway
Agassiz,
BC
CA

The rugged beauty of nature meets the comfort of vacation amenities at REO Rafting Resort, a secluded getaway on the edge of Nahatlatch River. Throughout the Fraser Canyon, experienced guides lead groups on whitewater rafting day-trips and multiday excursions, helping beginners and advanced rafters alike to navigate class III and IV+ rapids. Some of the trips take place along the Nahatlatch and others venture to the Stein, Thompson, and Fraser rivers, all of which are less than 45 minutes away from base camp. Relaxation and pampering follow at the resort's facilities, where a hot tub, massage therapists, and glasses of beer or wine await to reward campers for their rugged displays of human heartiness.

At nightfall, guests cozy up around a campfire, but they need not roast hot dogs or trap varmints for sustenance. A team of professional chefs prepares meals for guests, which also helps prevent the risk of forest fires and bears moseying into campsites for a snack.

Nahatlatch River
Boston Bar,
BC
CA

Just a few weeks after they first make a splash on the big screen, Hollywood flicks draw gasps, laughter, and sighs from the audiences at Cottonwood 4 Cinemas. The slight delay in the theatre?s roster of films enables movie-goers to catch recent blockbusters at a less expensive cost than the traditional ticket price. In addition to family-friendly movies, comedies, and thrillers, Cottonwood hosts a variety of special events. Screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show invite audiences to participate in the cult classic by dressing up, reciting lines, and bringing props, and a film series presented by the Chilliwack Arts Council treats cinephiles to a lineup of international films. The theatre also welcomes watchers for party packages, including a red-carpet bash where kids invade the concessions area to make popcorn and cotton candy, then force their parents to eat broccoli.

45380 Luckakuck Way
Chilliwack,
BC
CA

To FlyBC Paragliding?s founder, Jim Reich, paragliding represents freedom. Not only does it free riders from the restrictions of gravity, it liberates them from the typical inconveniences of flight, such as expensive airplane fuel and restrictive air traffic regulations. Through Reich?s school, he now teaches newbies the sport, as well as other aerial arts such as hang gliding, paramotoring, and flapping your arms until you sort of levitate.

Reich and his instructors, all trained and certified by the Hanggliding and Paragliding Association of Canada, base their training and recreational flights out of a 25-acre training facility. Dubbed Eagle Ranch, the facility features an on-site hill and is nestled between two rivers. Beyond training, the school can outfit students in gear from brands such as Ozone, SkyCountry, and Gin, or lead them on paragliding trips that journey to scenic locales in Mexico.

1253 Kilby Rd
Harrison Mills,
BC
CA

Cleaved between snow-capped mountain ranges and the Fraser and Coquihalla Rivers, Hope Golf Club showcases a picturesque nine-hole, 18-tee course. After crossing a single-lane bridge above the churning waters of the Coquihalla, guests can look out onto the verdant expanse, charting their plan of attack through the cedar and fir trees that flex their branches from the fairways’ edges. Two tee placements create a distinct front and back nine, keeping golfers focused as they approach narrow fairways from different distances and alternate realities.

Majestic views of the surrounding area abound throughout the course, especially on the seventh green, where the two rivers meet, attracting wildlife and conveying salmon to warmer climes during the fall. After rounds, golfers can retreat to the on-site grill to recap memorable shots and gossip about what they look for in a caddy.

900 Golf Course Rd
Hope,
BC
CA