The Pacific Rim Traverse is an epic hike in the Long Beach Unit of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. The route stretches approximately 22 km between Wya Point and Portland Point. Highlights include spectacular coastal vistas and amazing marine wildlife viewing!
The Coast Trail in East Sooke Regional Park is the most spectacular coastal day-hike on southern Vancouver Island!
The High Divide – Seven Lakes Basin Loop provides some of the most spectacular views in Olympic National Park. A great subalpine hike!
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.
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!
Arnica Lake is an easily accessible subalpine area in Strathcona Park. The Philips Ridge Trail rises gently up a series of well-engineered switchbacks.
The Cavell Meadows Trail is a spectacular hike in Jasper National Park. Enjoy dynamic views of Mount Edith Cavell and the hanging Angel Glacier.