Paddle Board & Bike Rentals
Looking for a little adventure?
When you stay at the Harrison Beach Hotel in Harrison Hot Springs, you will have many exhilarating activities to enjoy. To make sure you can get the best experience possible, we offer paddle board (SUP’s) and mountain bike rentals right from the Hotel! We have everything you need to make the most of the outdoors, drop by the front desk or give us a call for more information.
Marin Bolinas Ridge Mountain Bike (Size M, L, or XL) – 2 hours: $25.00, 4 Hours: $45.00, and 8 hours: $65.00
The Bolinas Ridge offers race tested technology such as hydraulic disc brakes, 9-speed Shimano drivetrain, and a 100mm travel Suntour suspension fork with oversized stanchion tubes and a hydraulic lockout.
Jimmy Styks Mudskipper Inflatable Paddle Board – 2 hours: $50.00, 4 hours: $70.00, and 8 hours: $90.00
The MUDSKIPPER inflatable SUP is one of the most rigid inflatable SUPs on the market. Featuring drop stitch technology, MUDSKIPPER is perfect for the outdoor adventurer. Its compact storage allows for easy carry to and from nearly any location you can walk, drive or bike to. Includes a JS Adjustable Travel Paddle, fin, 11’ touring leash, high pressure hand pump, pressure gauge, board tote, pre-installed deck traction and bungee cords.
Please note: Prices do not include applicable taxes. Must be 18 or older and a waiver must be signed at the time of rental.
Want to know where to go?
Mountain Biking Trails
This 26km ride takes you from Harrison Hot Springs to the farm lands of Agassiz. You will drive past farms, fields of corn, orchards of hazelnuts, cows, sheep and the odd donkey.
Located north of Harrison Hot Springs, Sasquatch Provincial Park is characterized by a series of pocket lakes, a unique second-growth and birch forest, and scenic mountain ridges. You can bike along the miles of logging roads for a lengthy ride through the park.
Bear Mountain lies just outside Sasquatch Provincial Park to the south. A series of old roads climbs from the Bear Mountain trailhead beside Harrison Lake for almost 6 miles (9 km) with an elevation gain of 3,300 ft. (1000 m). You’ll have to bike-and-hike in places, or stash your two-wheel chariot for a final ascent on foot. Catch your breath as you drink in panoramic views of the Fraser Valley and peaks to the south, with mountain scenery on the other three sides.
Paddle Boarding Locations
Take a self-guided tour of one of the area’s beautiful lakes. We recommend checking out the scenery around Hicks Lake, Deer Lake, and Harrison Lake or for an easy beginner or family-friendly paddle, try out the lagoon.