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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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Gulf Islands National Park Reserve - Sidney

2220 Harbour Rd
Sidney, British Columbia
V8L 2P6
Toll-free866-944-1744
Phone250-654-4000

Gulf Islands National Park Reserve safeguards a portion of British Columbia's beautiful southern Gulf Islands. Established in 2003, park lands are dotted throughout numerous islands, islets & reefs. Enjoy kayaking, boating,camping, hiking, walking along the beaches or trails, picnicking or geocaching. Take in an interpretive program (free & fun) - check the website for more details.

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Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve & Haida Heritage Site - Skidegate

Haida Heritage Centre
Skidegate, British Columbia
V0T 1S0
Toll-free
Phone250-559-8818

Explore the edge of the world. In the southern portion of Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) lies Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve & Haida Heritage Site, a wild & remote place of haunting beauty. Reservations required May 1-Sep 30.

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Horne Lake Caves & Outdoor Centre - Qualicum Beach

3900 Horne Lake Caves Rd
Qualicum Beach, British Columbia
V9K 2L7
Toll-free888-801-WILD (9453)
Phone250-248-7829

Crystal clear water, amazing caves & spectacular scenery make Horne Lake one of the best camping & adventure destinations on Vancouver Island. Horne Lake Caves was rated #1 Attraction by TripAdvisor. Explore this unique park above and below the surface. Visit Canada's only Cave Theatre and Museum. On the trails, enjoy a wide range of programs from Fossil Geology Hikes to family-oriented cavern tours or the popular 3hr. Spelunking Adventure featuring ancient fossils & amazing crystal formations. For more challenge, you can self-guide two rugged caves or push it to the limits on the "Extreme" expeditions - rappelling down a seven-storey underground waterfall! Build your skills on the 2 hr. Vertical Rappel sessions descending natural rock outdoors. Spectacular lakefront camping right next door.

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Kootenay National Park - Radium Hot Springs

Kootenay National Park
Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia
V0A 1M0
Toll-free
Phone250-347-9505

Kootenay National Park is a land of startling contrasts. From glaciers to grasslands, broad vistas to narrow canyons, icy rivers to steamy hot springs - this place has it all!

Every twist and turn of the historic Banff-Windermere highway reveals something interesting to explore: Camp in comfort in one of Kootenay's new oTENTik tent-cabins. Relax and soak in some history at the famous Radium Hot Springs Pools. Marvel at the dramatic colours and sounds of Marble Canyon as you crisscross a narrow gorge and wander into the heart of a recent wildfire. Grab your backpack and lace up your hiking boots for an epic multi-day adventure on the Rockwall Trail or watch the 'slow fireworks' of colourful wildflowers along the Stanley Glacier Trail.

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Lakes District Air Fishing - Burns Lake

Burns Lake
Burns Lake, British Columbia
V0J 1E2
Toll-free1-866-235-2155
Phone250-692-3229

Remote back-country cabins with trophy Rainbow trout in Tweedsmuir Park and Coast Mountains. Float plane access only. Two cabins available: Tesla Lake and Coles Lake. Our cabins are equipped with hot showers, flush toilets, full kitchens, boats and outboard motors. River and lake fishing with many hiking trails. Fly in from Burns Lake. Accommodations can be arranged at both locations. Very private - only cabin on the lake and we only book one group at a time. Fly-out fishing, high alpine hiking, wildlife viewing, daily sightseeing tours and daily fly-out fishing also available through Lakes District Air.

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Meadow Lake Fishing Camp - Little Fort

Hwy 24
Little Fort, British Columbia
V0E 2C0
Toll-free
Phone604-629-9860

Meadow Lake Fishing Camp offers fantastic fishing of the famous Kamloops trout known for its incredible strength & tasty red meat. We provide you with everything for a one per person/per day price: accommodation, boats, fish cleaning, smoking & freezing, breakfast, packed lunch, gourmet dinner, shower, firewood, free internet & transportation.

Hike through beautiful forests and meadows full of wildflowers to the lakes and be the only ones there. Catch trout up to 20 lbs and after a great day of fishing, relax in our lounge or on our huge deck overlooking Meadow Lake. Our guests come here in the 3rd & 4th generation.

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Monashee Adventure Tours - Kelowna

1591 Highland Dr N
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1Y 4K6
Toll-free888-762-9253
Phone250-762-9253

We offer customized bike, hike and road cycling a great selection of ready made multi-day adventure tours. Come explore one of the best Okanagan Valley adventures with your family and friends where one of our professional guides will take you to see some of the most breathtaking places on earth.

Visit our website and see what so many people are talking about. Voted Must See Destination by the New York Times in 2013 we have something for everyone including that reunions, birthday parties and even weddings!

New for 2015 Giant Anyroad comox road cycling rentals and tours.

Happy trails.

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Mount Revelstoke National Park - Revelstoke

Trans Canada Hwy
Revelstoke, British Columbia
V0E 2S0
Toll-free
Phone250-837-7500

Home to Canada's only inland cedar-hemlock rainforest, Mount Revelstoke is the only national park in Canada where you can summit a mountain five minutes from your vehicle. Visitors are invited to stroll amongst giants on the Giant Cedars & Skunk Cabbage boardwalks, or enjoy a panoramic view & meadows of subalpine wildflowers from the summit of Mount Revelstoke. Cycling enthusiasts can try riding 26 km (1600 m elevation gain) up the Meadows in the Sky Parkway. During the winter months outdoors enthusiasts can explore the Meadows in the Sky Parkway on skis or snowshoes.

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Mount Robson Provincial Park - Valemount

Off Hwy 16
Valemount, British Columbia
V0E 2Z0
Toll-free800-689-9025 (reservations)
Phone250-566-4325

Designated as a World Heritage Site, Mount Robson offers majestic views & many hiking & recreational opportunities in the area. The Berg Lake trail is known for daily & multi-day hiking, viewing various wildlife, fauna & surrounding landscapes.

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Mount Washington Alpine Resort - Mount Washington Alpine Resort

1 Strathcona Pkwy
Mount Washington Alpine Resort, British Columbia
V9J 1L0
Toll-free888-833-1515
Phone250-338-1386

Mount Washington is home to one of the most spectacular coastal alpine settings in North America, with the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop on one side and scenic Strathcona Park bordering the other.

In winter, Mount Washington receives a legendary 10.5 metres of annual snowfall. The resort is acknowledged as the home of Canada's deepest pile, however, it's not all about the snow! In summer, the mountain and surrounding resort community transforms itself into a major destination for mountain bikers, hikers and summer alpine enthusiasts.

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