Tourism Harrison Newsletter

July 2020 Newsletter



June 29, 2020

Harrison Welcomes You!

As we launch Phase 3, we invite you to
experience Harrison River Valley's
lush forest, crystal-clear waters, fresh air,
and wide open spaces.


Be One With Nature

Health is a state of body.
Wellness is a state of being.

- J. Standford

Forest Therapy

Forest bathing is an immersive experience of
being in the forest. Considered a science by some
and a form of meditation by others, forest bathing
simply brings us back to nature.

Ya Doma Nature and Forest Therapy provides
guided, mindful experiences for all ages. 

Ground Yourself

If you would rather self explore,
here are our favourite hikes and walks. 

Spirit Trail
Short, easy 20-minute level walk.
Heritage Walk
Gentle 90-minute walk where you will
learn about Harrison's history and explore
historical buildings and landmarks.

Spirit Trail/Bridle Trail Loop
Moderate 2-hour walk through Lower Bear Mountain
consisting of forest, wetlands, and cliffs.
This closed-loop is home to a variety of wildlife.

Bear Mountain
Not for the faint of heart!
This 18-km, 7-hour hike, east of Harrison Lake,
leads you past several small waterfalls and
breathtaking views of The Fraser Valley,
Fraser River, and the Cheam Mountain Range.

Harrison Eco Tours can also take
you on a guided hiking tour !

Soothing Waters

Enjoy the peace and calm as you
 Harrison Lake.

Boating | Paddling | Fishing
Get Ready to make a SPLASH!

Harrison Watersports Water Park 
opens on June 27th!

Bounce and slide on a giant
inflatable waterpark!

Wide Open Spaces 

How about cycling through Harrison?

Bring your own bike or rent one of ours.

Circle Farm Tour

Our self-guided Circle Farm Tour
takes through the countryside as
you visit quaint farms.

Walk, bike, or drive through it!

See all the stops!

Canada Day Celebrations!

We are celebrating virtually this year.

Join us through our Facebook Event Page. 

See our Schedule Of Events

Which Local Businesses Are
 Ready to Host You?

For a complete and updated list, please 
visit our website
As you Explore BC, please travel
responsibly and do not travel 
if you are feeling unwell. 

From RV and camping sites to
hotels and resorts, our accommodations
are ready to host you!

For more information on
how BC is responding to
COVID-19, please visit  
HelloBC: What You Need To Know

And, review this page
before you visit us! 

Harrison Know Before You Go!
Harrison Hot Springs is far
enough away to feel away
from it all, but only a  1.5-hour
drive from Vancouver. 

Love the journey
as much as the visit. 



Visitor's Guide