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.
The Pacific Rim Traverse is a great introduction to coastal hiking and camping. Prepare for a bigger adventure like the West Coast Trail!
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 Coast Trail in East Sooke Regional Park is the most spectacular coastal day-hike on Vancouver Island!
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.