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423
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0 - 1,390 mi
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354
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119
Walking
270
Other activities
British Columbia has approximately 423 trails, including 354 hiking trails, 119 for walking and 270 for other activities. These trails range from 0 to 1390 miles in length. The most popular trails are The West Coast Trail, Sloquet Creek Hot Springs and Clear Creek Hot Springs. The last Trails.com member to complete a trail in British Columbia was Wendy W. who completed Alaska Highway (Southern Section) .
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If you are staying at Whistler during the summer, assign a clear day to the hike to Upper ...
This granite monolith stands sentinel on the Sea-to-Sky Highway, a rain-gray face that ...
The West Coast Trail is relatively easy to hike in its northernmost section, from Pachena ...
Includes: Joffre Lakes. Roadside hot tanks by the Lillooet River, seasonally frequented ...
This is Vancouver’s iconic walk: an easy, flat path that circumnavigates the 405 hectares ...
Includes: Saddle Mountain Lookout. A unique soak in a cedar forest well hidden below a ...
This moderate loop hike follows the undulating forest shoreline of Buntzen Lake—a BC Hydro–managed ...
Steamy soaks hiding in the woods below a dirt road. Skinnydippable with discretion. Around ...
Tucked away on a plateau above the Stave dams, modest, unruffled Rolley Lake has much ...
Three progressively higher peaks are a fun workout, but most people hike this route for ...
Golden Ears Provincial Park has a wilderness feel you find in the national parks in the ...
A popular boardwalk stroll to tidal hot pools in a marine park. Swimwear advised. Water ...
A small, winding forest trail through large maples, firs and cedars, mostly near a splashing ...
This roundabout journey on the forested lower slopes of Mount Seymour Provincial Park ...
The Golden Ears massif for which this provincial park is named is tantalizingly out of ...
Many visitors to Hope walk through the Othello-Quintette Tunnels and take a stroll along ...
Like the West Coast Trail, the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail had its origins in the 1889 telegraph ...
This is one of the most popular hikes in the Kelowna area. It’s a social outing rich in ...
Walk along Boundary Bay’s glistening mudflats and extensive intertidal marshes, beholding ...
Belcarra picnic area attracts crowds on summer weekends, as does White Pine Beach on nearby ...
This short hike on the lower slope of Burke Mountain is one of several marked out and ...
For a day when you haven’t much time but feel like a taste of the mountains, Dog Mountain ...
The original, informal route to the Lions along the ridge above Howe Sound has been reconstructed ...
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