Cheam Peak or Mount Cheam is located near Fraser Valley, British Columbia. A 7.7-km (4.3 mi) trail to the mountain is not too complicated or crowded and features lots of wildflowers during the summer. Another attraction is stunning views of Lady Peak, Jones Lake, and Harrison Lake, reaching as far as Mount Baker in Washington, USA. The best time to do the hike is when the trail is not covered with snow—from July until late October.
The trailhead starts at the parking lot with the beautiful vistas of Cheam Peak and Lady Peak. The trail can be made in about 4 hours with the elevation gain of 700 m (2,296 ft). Cheam Peak's height is 2,112 m (6,929 ft).
Cheam Peak is part of the Cheam Range, a small group of peaks that are considered to be part of a larger Skagit Range of the Canadian Cascades mountains. Cheam Range overlooks the eastern Fraser Valley, towering above Bridal Falls and Agassiz east of Chilliwack.