Harrison Lake in Vancouver is a very clear lake. The lake here is mainly formed by the melting of the surrounding snow mountains. The entire lake is very calm and clear, surrounded by dense forests, the natural environment is really very beautiful, especially in autumn, where green and red echo each other, it is really beautiful.
From Vancouver to the east on Highway 1 or Highway 7 (personally recommend to take Highway 7, along the Fisha Valley, the style is very beautiful). It takes about two hours to drive to Harrison Lake. In winter, there are few people on the lake, and the boats are not docked. Where did it go. The southern shore of Harrison Lake is also home to a famous hot spring. There are a lot of people going to hot springs during Christmas, and the hotel must be booked in advance.
There is a lake in the northern valley of Chilliwack in the Fraser Valley, called Harrison Lake. On the south bank of the lake, geothermal hot springs gush out, and it gradually developed into a small town named Harrison. The hot spring town has now become a famous tourist attraction.