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Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)

Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)

Tough wilderness routes, moderate riverside strolls and easy pathways into Cape Scott Provincial Park are all great hiking options in the Port Hardy area.

In town, join residents and their dogs while walking the lovely seawall beginning in Carrot Park.

Cape Scott and North Coast Trail

Cape Scott's magnificent beaches are pounded to golden sand by the Pacific. Various trails offer all levels of daytrip ease and/or multi-day challenge. Hikers can get here by shuttle bus or through privately arranged water taxis based in Port Hardy.

The trailhead to the Cape Scott Trail is in the San Josef Bay parking lot (reached via the unpaved Holberg Road, 60km/37mi west of town). Those seeking an easy 45-minute leg stretch can follow the wheelchair-accessible trail (note: some grades are steeper than the optimal grades for special needs access) out to San Josef's spectacular beach.

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Sea to Sky Expeditions - Squamish

37977 Fourth Ave
Squamish, British Columbia
V8B 0B2
Toll-free800-990-8735
Phone604-815-4202

Sea to Sky Expeditions has been providing quality wilderness experiences since 1988. We offer a wide variety of activities & locations throughout BC. We are British Columbia's hiking experts, come join us on the West Coast Trail or take in a stunning mountain vista. Sea kayak in Johnstone Strait with the orcas or paddle a canoe through the world-class Bowron Lakes circuit. Amazing scenery, great food, certified guides & new friends await! No previous experience required.

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Sea Kayak Adventures - Courtenay

520 4th St
Courtenay, British Columbia
V9N 1H2
Toll-free800-616-1943
Phone208-765-3116

Fully catered guided sea kayaking & whale watching tours in British Columbia's Johnstone Strait (home to Robson Bight - the world's only orca preserve) & God's Pocket Provincial Park, northern Vancouver Island, since 1996. Our paddling tours in heart of whale territory allow you to maximize chances of seeing orcas & whales & explore the turquoise waters of several islands. Novice kayakers welcome - no prior experience is necessary. We use top of the line Seaward kayaks, whip up memorable gourmet food & provide all gear & kayak instruction needed.

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