LIFE IN CHILLIWACK
The City of Chilliwack is located one hour east of Vancouver in the beautiful Fraser Valley. Chilliwack is a community of 90,000 people that is well known for a wide range of outdoor recreation activities such as hiking, water sports, camping, mountain biking and fishing. Chilliwack's quality of life is enhanced with a variety of arts, culture, entertainment and sports options.
Combined with easy access to the city of Vancouver for day and weekend getaways, there are endless entertainment opportunities to enjoy. With affordable real estate in well-planned neighbourhoods, Chilliwack provides a laid-back lifestyle often associated with smaller towns while still appealing to people who are used to living in larger cities.
Chilliwack residents have a connection to community and love to live and work here. It will not take you long to connect and become a part of a community or neighbourhood group.
Urban growth throughout Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley have brought much prosperity to Chilliwack. Business development and residential growth over the past 20 years has created a prosperous community with an outstanding quality of life.
While housing affordability and location are two of the biggest factors for people to move to Chilliwack, other key features that draw people here include excellent education and healthcare systems, diverse shopping and dining choices, limitless recreation and leisure activities, significant growth and development and increase business and employment opportunities.
It must also be noted that Chilliwack has the highest average annual temperature in Canada and is continually named one of BC's top towns to invest in.
Mount Shannon (Little Mountain)
The elevated area referred to as Mount Shannon or Little Mountain is located northeast of the downtown area and is bound by Yale Road on the south, Quarry Road on the west, Hope River on the north and farmland on the east. This area rises from 10m to 120m above sea level in a short distance.
LITTLE MOUNTAIN TRAILS
A. Hope River Rotary Trail to Quarry Road Bridge to Hope River-Kinsmen Park.
B. Little Mountain Park.
C. Connect Quarry Road Trail to City reservoir property through developing lands.
D. Connect Quarry Road Trail to Chartwell by SRW.
E. Connect Swallow Place to City reservoir property through developing lands.
F. Hope River-Kinsmen Park to Chartwell Drive.