Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)
Kaslo is marked by a vast network of hiking trails suited to various level of fitness and experience.
In addition to Kaslo River Trails, Wardner Street Trail, and Fry Creek Trail, several provincial parks in the area offer groomed routes and backcountry challenges.
Kaslo River Trails
Kaslo River Trails, at the south end of 5th Street, are used for both hiking and cycling. These groomed trails, which follow the north side of Kaslo River through a forested valley, are designed with hikers in mind. Along the route are well placed benches and trash bins. The trailhead is marked by a charming beet-dyed red bridge. While the north side of Kaslo River Trails is wheelchair accessible, the south side unfortunately is not. The rails are designated easy. Begin and end at the Kaslo Visitor Centre, making the walk 5km/3mi in total.