Egmont, BC Parks, Trails & Places
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Musket Island is a popular docking point for boaters and as an overnight camping destination for kayakers. Musket Island can be reached by pleasure boats or by kayaks from the launching points located in Saltery Bay, Earls Cove and in Egmont.
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Saltery Bay
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Suncoaster Bike Trail is a thrilling mountain bike ride covering 33 km (20 mi.) stretching from Homesite Creek, near Halfmoon Bay, and continues through the hills of the Caren Range down to Klein Lake near the village of Earls Cove.
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Egmont
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Skookumchuck Narrows Provincial Park is a popular park destination accessed by hikers, photographers and kayakers. The 123 hectare nature sanctuary is centred around the tidal pools, eddies and changing
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Egmont Road
Egmont
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The area is a popular destination for swimming fishing and for beach activities. There are picnic tables onsite and a leisure easy grade trail exploring around the perimeter of Ruby Lake. The loop hiking trail is approximately 0.8 km long.
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Highway 101
Egmont
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Princess Louisa Inlet's canyon walls and rainbow waterfalls is a magical "must-see" destination for many departing on a boating voyage, kayaking adventure or float plane experience in the Sunshine Coast region.
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Egmont
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The Klein Lake Loop Trail takes about 2-3 hours but time is not the challenge here. The trail, depending on which trailhead is the departure point, has some steep climbs to trek during the 2.5 miles (4 km) route.
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North Lake Forest Road
Egmont
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