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Kevin Sass
Hemlock Valley, BC, Canada
1 877 997 0055
hemlockguestservices@telus.net

 

HEMLOCK VALLEY

  • Hemlock Valley is only 90 minutes drive from Metro Vancouver, the third largest metro center in Canada.
  • Hemlock Valley and Whistler/Blackcomb are the ONLY alpine ski areas within 5 hours drive of Vancouver where one can own or rent cabins and condos in the village.
  • Normal snow fall in Hemlock Valley is 900cm.  This is significantly more than the Vancouver Coastal Mountains, including Whistler/Blackcomb.
  • Once developed, Hemlock Valley will have more ski-able terrain that any of the Vancouver Coastal Mountains except Whistler/Blackcomb.
  • There are about 235 chalets, condos and town homes in Hemlock Valley today. Throughout the village there are building lots that have been sitting empty for decades. It is estimated that if all of these lots were built up, the number of lodgings would more than double. 

​USEFUL INFORMATION ABOUT HEMLOCK VALLEY AND HARRISON MILLS


  • The local government is The Fraser Valley Regional District.
  • The Fraser Valley Regional District supplies solid waste management, administration support, planning and building services.
  • Hemlock Valley is represented by the Director of Electoral Area C in the Fraser Valley Regional District.
  • All lots, strata lots and chalets are free hold properties.
  • All utilities are underground and are at the lot line of unoccupied lots.
  • The main road, Hemlock Valley Road, is a provincial highway and is maintained by the Ministry of Highways.
  • The residential streets are owned and maintained by the Ministry of Highways as well.
  • Fire protection is provided by The Hemlock Valley Volunteer Fire Department.
    • Fire department equipment includes 2 engines and 1 rescue vehicle.
    • The village is serviced by a complete network of fire hydrants.
  • The village water source is ground water flowing into a reservoir. It is then chlorinated and distributed to the village.
  • The electrical utility owns the village grid and resells electricity purchased from B.C. Hydro.
  • Common home heating fuels include electricity, propane, wood and wood pellets.
  • The population of the village includes:
    • 41 full-time residents
    • 80 - 100 seasonal residents
    • 700 - 800 owners and families
    • As many as 1500 guests per day during ski season