The West Coast Trail is a world-famous backpacking expedition along Vancouver Island’s coastline. Follow the footsteps of shipwrecked sailors and explore the Graveyard of the Pacific!
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 Nootka Trail is a remote coastal backpacking trip on Nootka Island. The adventure includes a seaplane flight and historic boat ride, along with abundant wildlife viewing opportunities!
The North Coast Trail is a remote backpacking trip in Cape Scott Provincial Park. Hike with whales, bears, wolves, and eagles in a vibrant marine ecosystem.
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 Pacific Rim Traverse is a great introduction to coastal hiking and camping. Prepare for a bigger adventure like the West Coast Trail!