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British Columbia

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Parks and Trails

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Gulf Islands Parks and Trails

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Haida Gwaii Parks and Trails

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Kootenay Parks and Trails

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Lower Mainland Parks and Trails

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North BC Parks and Trails

Okanagan

Okanagan Parks and Trails

Sunshine Coast

Sunshine Coast Parks and Trails

Thompson Shuswap

Thompson Shuswap Parks and Trails

Whistler Area

Whistler Region Parks and Trails
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The 6-7 Km (4.3 mi.) route follows an earthy, pine-needle cushioned trail up Mount Pope via a series of switch backs to a peak providing fantastic 360 degree views. The views capture the valley including the many lakes of the region including Stuart, Tezzeron, Pinchi and Trembler Lakes.
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Stones Bay Road
Fort St. James ,
Canada
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This is one of our favourite outings with visitors to our area... A short, lovely drive combined with a relatively short, easy hike to a unique landscape - sure to elicit WOWs all around!
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Westside Road
Fairmont Hot Springs ,
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A forest walk leading to a beautiful, clear lake near Radium Hot Springs - relatively short, little elevation gain - a good hike for anyone rain or shine.
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Hwy 93
Radium Hot Springs ,
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Very easy walking loop trail that is well laid out to follow. Activities enjoyed in the marsh include walking, photography, birding, jogging and cycling.
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Rannier Road
Pitt Meadows ,
British Columbia
Canada
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Popular non-motorized multi-use trail offering sweeping views over the Columbia River wetlands. Trail connects the communities of Radium & Dry Gulch and can be easily accessed from either end
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Radium Hot Springs ,
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This coastal hiking trail travels along the South Eastern side of Flores Island.
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Ahousaht ,
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