Floe Lake, Kootenay National Park (David Gluns photo)
There are hundreds of hiking trails in British Columbia, and they are located in spectacular natural settings.
After all, BC has more than 850 parks and protected areas along with year-round resorts. Every type of excursion is available, from short walks on well-marked nature trails to thigh-burning multi-day wilderness backpacking trips.
The best-known trail in British Columbia is the internationally acclaimed West Coast Trail on southern Vancouver Island. Hikers come from all over the world for this challenging 75km/47mi coastal route, known for both its beauty and physically demanding nature.
Soft sandy beaches, rainforests, and the sound of the Pacific Ocean await hikers along the Vancouver Island coast. Tide pools burst with marine life at Botanical Beach along the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail, while the remote broad sandy beaches of Northern BC's Naikoon Provincial Park stretch for approximately 100km/60mi. The Sunshine Coast Trail provides hikers with ocean views and the cool environment of old-growth forest.
See vivid red, yellow, orange-tinted volcanic mountains from the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast's aptly-named Rainbow Range trail. Towering grey cliff walls are found along the Rockwall Trail (in Kootenay National Park), and craggy pointed peaks dusted with snow greet visitors to Mount Robson's Berg Lake Trail.
The cities of Vancouver, Victoria and Whistler have quick access to quiet forests and great hiking and walking trails. Try the easy Galloping Goose Trail from Victoria, the myriad trails in Cypress Provincial Park near Vancouver, or the scenic Lost Lake Trail in Whistler.
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13870 - 70 Ave
Surrey, British Columbia
After 25 years of guiding, we have identified the best of wilderness adventures on Vancouver Island and British Columbia. We offer hiking, canoeing, and sea kayaking trips for all experience levels. Hiking adventures include the West Coast Trail, the new North Coast Trail, the Southern Chilcotins, and the Chilkoot Trail. Sea kayaking tours include the orcas of Johnstone Strait, otters of Nuchatlitz, and the history of Nootka Sound. Our canoeing adventure is to the world famous Bowron Lakes and our river rafting destination is the incomparable Tatshenshini River. All trips include transportation from our point of origin, major equipment, food and meal preparation, and safety items.
Trek & Treats invites you to experience Canada's West Coast during an unforgettable journey across southern Vancouver Island. Discover nature, culture and hospitality on a partially guided or self-guided hiking or multi-sport tour.
Walk along rugged coastline, through ancient forest and peaceful farmland during a 3-7 day tour, or travel by kayak or bicycle for some of the distance. Enjoy local eateries and stay in rural B&B's. Travel at your own pace, with your own company.
Trek & Treats provides maps and route information, arranges your accommodations and transports your luggage. Personalized options are available.
11 Davoren St
Clearwater, British Columbia
Multi-day hut to hut hikes through the alpine wilderness of Wells Gray Park with only a light pack.
Prefer the water? How about a fully catered and guided canoe trip on Clearwater and Azure Lakes? 560,000 ha (1.4 million ac) of lush flower meadows, beautiful peaks, pristine lakes and wild rivers make Wells Gray one of the premier wilderness destinations in Canada. Great service and prices - naturalist day hikes, trips for women, families, groups and individuals. Call for an incredible and worry free, wilderness holiday and leave the packing to us!
Choose from 1-14 day trips.
207B - 4368 Main St
Whistler, British Columbia
Whistler Alpine Guides Bureau offers amazing outdoor adventures in the breathtaking mountains of the Whistler & Squamish area. Operating year-round, we provide guiding & instruction in backcountry ski & snowboard tours, ice climbing, rock climbing, mountaineering via ferrata, glacier walks, hiking tours & multi-day group programming.
We strive to educate our clients with the knowledge & skills necessary to play in a mountain environment, while at the same time providing unforgettable experiences. We have tours & courses for all levels & abilities & can accommodate groups & individuals within our programs. Please call or visit our website for more information.
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7001 Corbould Rd
Bella Coola, British Columbia
Inviting you to one of the best heliskiing experiences of your life. Guests love heliskiing exclusively in small groups of 4 or 5 people out of an A-Star B2. Join us to experience one of the biggest tenures in the world: 10,700 square kilometres (2.64 million acres...bigger than the entire Swiss Alps) of towering rugged peaks, dramatic glaciers, gladed trees & wide open alpine bowls.
Nowhere in Canada can you stop for lunch with a swim at a hot spring during your heliski day. Heliski on your arrival & departure days. Chose an Experts Only program or one for first-timers!
Proud member of The Magnificent 7 - Luxury Wilderness Lodges of Canada.
201 Kicking Horse Ave
Field, British Columbia
In 1909 Charles Walcott discovered one of the most significant fossil locations in the world - the Burgess Shale, in Yoho National Park. These amazing fossils provide a window into what the world looked like half-a-billion years ago.
The Mt. Stephen Fossil Beds hike includes a fossil splitting session before the hike begins.
Access to all fossil sites can only be visited with certified licensed guides. Phone to register well ahead of your planned visit.
4036 Campbell Range Rd
Kamloops, British Columbia
Packages are all-inclusive and include accommodation, meals, activities, equipment, guides and much more.
Meals consist of unlimited fresh fruits and vegetables, lots of homemade baking and delicious and hearty main courses!
We encourage a positive learning experience in horsemanship and trail riding. Horses are matched to our guests' requirements to assure the most enjoyable riding experience. Taken out in small groups ensures safety and rider assistance is available as required.
Only 25 minutes from downtown Kamloops.
Mica Creek, British Columbia
With 20+ years experience, we are located on the western slopes of the Rockies, just above the treeline, in stunningly spectacular untouched wilderness. Experience snow, glaciers, rivers, waterfalls, alpine lakes, meadows, wildflowers & breathtaking vistas. Access available only via a spectacular 25 minute helicopter ride from Valemount.
In January 2014, we launched the Mallard Mountain Lodge which was honoured by Outside Magazine as the "Best New Lodge Runner Up" worldwide.
We offer, 3, 4 & 7 night, all-inclusive packages; winter - ski/snowboard touring; summer - hiking/llama hiking. Customized packages also available.
Our small guest capacity (7 in the winter & 8 in the summer) allows bookings of any number, from singles to a full lodge.
Future plans include optional snowmobile assistance, snowcat skiing/boarding & additional lodges (including "hut-to-hut").
CMH Heli-Skiing is one of the world's most comprehensive & spectacular wilderness skiing experiences. Our 11 distinct ski areas in the remote mountains of British Columbia cover 15,765 sq km, more than 1/3 the area of Switzerland. In addition to our traditional heli-ski weeks (7 day trips), we offer several 3, 4 & 5 day Heli-Skiing, Heli-Boarding trips at a variety of lodges throughout the season, including the Bugaboo Mountains, Cariboo Range, Badshot Range of the Selkirks, the Monashees & many more. See our website for trip inclusions, photos of our amazing lodges & all other details.
1760 West Creston Rd
Creston, British Columbia
The wildlife area is an impressive 6,800 ha (17,000 ac) Ramsar designated wetland habitat located 11 km west of Creston off Hwy 3. From May through Oct, naturalists are on-site at the Wildlife Interpretation Centre ready to inspire & educate in a fun-filled atmosphere. The naturalists provide guided canoe & walking tours (May-Aug), special programs, trail maps & loads of information.
Easy 24/7 access to 32 km of meandering dyke trails & 2 viewing towers create the possibility of viewing some of the 400 species of wildlife that call this area home. Hiking, biking, bird watching, wildlife viewing, canoeing & fishing are some ways you can enjoy this amazing wetland gem.