Ryder Lake, Chilliwack

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Ryder Lake
T'ept'óp (Halq'eméylem)
"where vine maples grow"
Neighbourhood in Chilliwack
Ryder Lake is located in British Columbia
Ryder Lake
Ryder Lake
Location of Ryder Lake in British Columbia
Coordinates: 49°06′38″N 121°52′41″W / 49.11056°N 121.87806°W / 49.11056; -121.87806Coordinates: 49°06′38″N 121°52′41″W / 49.11056°N 121.87806°W / 49.11056; -121.87806
City Chilliwack
Province  British Columbia
Country  Canada
Settled c. 1890
Founded by John Ferris Ryder
Time zone PST (UTC-8)
 • Summer (DST) PDT (UTC-7)
Postal code V2P
Area code +1-604

Ryder Lake is a small, sub-alpine, farming-based community located in Chilliwack, British Columbia, situated on Mount Thom to the west of Lookout Ridge.[1] A post office operated here from 1926 to 1940 Notable features in Ryder Lake include a former small elementary school and small fire hall.

The community is located east of Promontory. It is home to a great variety of wildlife and is a popular destination for hiking. The community is named after the lake of the same name.[2] The small lake is situated on private property and cannot be seen from the road because of fencing and trees.

Gene Voight standing on Haley Road Ryder Lake Chilliwack
A farm in Ryder Lake

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