Salt Spring Island has 9 hiking trails. These trails range from 1.2 to 7.6 miles in length.
Mill Farm and Mount BruceView Trail Details
Salt Spring Island, BC
Hike through this early twentieth-century homestead and some of the oldest
trees on the island to the highest point in
the Gulf Islands. ...
Ruckle Provincial Park: Yeo PointView Trail Details
Meander along coves rich with wildlife and cliffy shelved headlands that seem straight out of the Acadian Coast of Maine and New Brunswick.
Reginald HillView Trail Details
This little peak above Fulford Harbour affords one of the ?nest views on Salt Spring Island of prominent snout-nosed Mount Maxwell. Enjoy excellent ...
Mount MaxwellView Trail Details
With its snub-nosed summit and cliffy fearsome south face,
Mount Maxwell is one of the most distinctive landmarks in the Salish Sea. It also ...
Mount ErskineView Trail Details
The highest peak on Salt Spring
Island sans roads and towers,
Mount Erskine contains tracts of old
growth, impressive cliffs, and knock-your-sweaty-hiking-socks-off ...
Bryant Hill Park and Andreas Vogt Nature ReserveView Trail Details
Hike two loops on a quiet hillside above Fulford Harbour: one mostly forested, the other across meadows and ledges and with pleasant views. Camas ...
Beaver Point and Ruckle FarmView Trail Details
Visit the oldest continuously operating farm in British Columbia. Then hike along oak and arbutus-adorned coastal bluffs to Beaver Point, taking ...
Burgoyne BayView Trail Details
Hike the north shore of the
largest undeveloped bay and estuary in the
Gulf Islands. Recently protected within 825-acre (334-ha) Burgoyne ...
Duck CreekView Trail Details
A popular dog-walking spot for Islanders, Duck
Creek makes for a nice evening or early
morning leg stretcher. Follow the cascading