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OVERNIGHT HIKES BY REGIONS

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South Island

The West Coast TrailSouth Island

If you are looking to go hike a rugged breathtaking wonderland with few other people around, you need to try the West Coast Trail on Vancouver Island. Read More…

Juan De Fuca TrailSouth Island

Just south of the West Coast Trail, this 47 km trail has similar scenery running through sandy beaches, rainforest and sometimes muddy
stretches similar to the West Coast
Trail.Read More…

Central Island

Della Falls Central Island

The Della Falls Trail is considered to be the highest waterfall in Canada at 1440 Meters (1443 ft) and is one of the most popular hikes in the Central Island region. You park at the end of Great Central Lake and either canoe or get a water taxi the full distance of the lake. Read More…

North Central

Castlecrag MountainNorth Central

Castlecrag Mountain is a mountain located on Vancouver Island. Castlecrag Mountain is located South of Moat Lake, 1.6 km West of Mount Frink along the same ridge line. Read More…

Forbidden PlateauNorth Central

Part of Strathcona park, Forbidden Plateau is a scenic 250 sq km alpine plateau of open meadows and lush forest dotted with lakes and framed by majestic mountains. Read More…

The Golden HindeNorth Central

The Golden Hinde is the highest peak on Vancouver island at 2195 meters (7201 ft). Ironically, the mountain is almost in geographic centre of Vancouver Island, as well as near the centre of 2,450 km2 (605,408 acres) Strathcona Provincial Park. Read More…

Mount BecherNorth Central

A popular destination among locals, Mt. Becher also resides within the boundaries of Strathcona. With its gentle summit, you can watch cross country skiers ascending to the summit from the old Wood Mountain ski area during the winter. Read More…

Mount DrabbleNorth Central

Part of the Forbidden Plateau and located a few miles from Mt. Becher, is the relatively flat-topped mountain of Mt. Drabble. Requiring a 6-8 hour round trip, this mountain can accessed by the former Wood Mountain ski area as well. Read More…

Mount ReganNorth Central

Part of the spectacular Forbidden Plateau and to the south of Mt. Albert Edwards, often removed from the collective conscience is a mountaineering wonder that gets looked over for its bigger brother. The route up Regan is quite precarious. Read More…

Nootka Island TrailNorth Central

If you are looking for a place with less foot traffic than the West Coast Trail, this place is for you. It is harder to get to which is one of the reasons there
is less foot traffic, but for people looking to be
in a very remote place, this is it. This trail is
35km (22 miles) long and mostly along
the ocean. Read More…

Mt Albert EdwardNorth Central

The tallest mountain in the beautiful Forbidden Plateau region, this hike gives you majestic views. You will pass small lakes on the way to the summit and many also include a few other summits that are very close by. Read More…

Elk River TrailNorth Central

You will follow a river all the way to Landslide Lake at the foot of Mt Colonel Foster. The East Face above Landslide lake has a drop of close to 1,300 metres (4,300 ft), longer than that of El Capitan in Yosemite, making it one of the tallest continuous mountain faces in the world. Read More…

North Island

Cape Scott TrailNorth Island

Cape Scott Trail is an incredible hike along the rugged coastal weather beaten wilderness that has sea stacks, remote beaches, Sitka Spruce, Western Cedar and more. Read More…

The North Coast TrailNorth Island

If you are looking for a little more wild, The North Coast coast trail is a challenging adventure that may just get all your senses heightened during the 58 km journey. Read More…