Teapot Hill is a popular hiking trail in Cultus Lake, BC. To get to the trailhead take Columbia Valley Highway (also known as Cultus Lake Road). You will pass the waterslides and the Provincial campgrounds before arriving at the parking lot for the hike. Just after Provincial Campground "Delta Grove Park" you will see signs for a small parking lot on your left which is the Teapot Hill parking lot. There is limited parking available so you may need to park a short distance away and walk back to access the trail.
The first part of the hike takes you up a service road and is a little less interesting but you will soon find yourself at the top of the road where there is a signpost directing you to the Teapot Hill trail. The hike is significantly more interesting from this point on and make sure you take note of the many teapots and teacups that have been placed along the route.
Just before the top of the hill is a large clearing which is popular for picnics or just taking a short break - and offers views almost as good as those from the top. The top of the hike boasts views of the lake and beyond. Spend a few minutes enjoying the scenery before you venture back the way you came.
The hike has some elevation but is relatively easy for most hiking levels. Dogs are welcome on the trail but they must be on leash.
- Pit toilets
- Standard garbage cans
- Between 1 and 5 kilometers
- Dirt or gravel
- Exposed roots