The Hermit Trail in Glacier National Park is famously steep and strenuous. The elevation gain is 830 m over 3 km, a heart-pumping effort.
The Abbott Ridge Trail in Glacier National Park switchbacks up through mountain forests and alpine tundra, ending on a scenic narrow ridge.
The Flower Ridge Trail is part of a historic route connecting Buttle Lake to the mountains of Strathcona Provincial Park. Views are amazing!
The Sol Duc River Trail (also known as the Soleduck Trail) follows the Sol Duc River in Olympic National Park. Great route to subalpine!
The Grand Pass Trail in Olympic National Park begins at Obstruction Point and descends into the Grand Valley. Lots of wildlife lives here!
The East Fork Quinault River Trail to Enchanted Valley is a popular route in Olympic National Park. This area is a favourite spot for black bears!
Lake O’Hara is one of Yoho National Park’s premier hiking zones. Access is granted via a rigorous quota system, but the effort to gain a slot is more than worth it!
The Augerpoint Traverse is one of Strathcona Provincial Park’s most beautiful thru-hikes. Summit Vancouver Island’s sixth highest peak along the way: Mount Albert Edward!