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MEDIUM HIKES BY REGIONS

(2-6 hours total)

South Island

Galloping Goose Trail South Island

This trail is 55 km in length starting from Sidney to downtown Victoria and then going all the way to Sooke. You can accress many places along the trail and some of them have free parking. Read More…

Goldstream Park – Mt Finlayson South Island

Goldstream Provincial Park and the 419 meter (1375 feet) Mount Finalayson offer a diversity of things to see as the seasons change. Large trees, a golden river, an abandoned gold mine are there to see on your hike in the park. Read More…

Gowland TodSouth Island

An amazing park close to Victoria on southern Vancouver Island , Gowlland Tod Provincial Park has more than 25 kilometres of trails, varying in degree of difficulty. The Gowlland Range sits at 1411 feet (430 metres) looking over Finlayson Arm. Read More…

Thetis LakeSouth Island

Just north of Victoria, Thetis Lake has a popular beach as well as cliffs for summer swimming. It also is the entrance to a large trail system around Thetis Lake and up a few of the mountains in the region. Read More…

Pacific Rim

Mt OzzardPacific Rim

Only a few miles from the Wild Pacific Trail, Mt Ozzard is a nice hike up a narrow paved road servicing the Coast Guard radar dome for the whole region. You will see much of Barkley Sound, the Ucluelet inlet and the coast region. Read More…

Wild Pacific Trail Pacific Rim

There are two sections to this trail and that is why it is listed as the #1 short hike. The second section is also spectacular and worth taking the time to hike. It is an easy hike along the coastal region of the Pacific Rim. Read More…

Central Island

Mt ArrowsmithCentral Island

This hike will let you know if you are in shape, but the reward at the top of the mountain is totally worth it. You will take in views of lakes, mountain ranges, the east side of Vancouver Island and
all the mountain as well as the Port
Alberni Inlet. Read More…

RobertsRoost North Island

One of Nanaimo’s best-kept secrets for hikes, Roberts Roost is along Mt Benson’s ocean-side slope and has beautiful views of Nanaimo and the islands. Robert’s Roost is roughly 40 meters higher than other Ridges around. Read More…

North Central

Paradise MeadowsNorth Central

Part of the Forbidden Plateau in Strathcona Park, Paradise Meadows is the entry region to the popular Mt Albert-Edward hike along with the other mountains in the region. This hike is very scenic and will wet your appetite for the longer overnight hikes available here. Read More…