The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail is a 29 mile point-to-point trail located near Capital, British Columbia, Canada and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from January until August.
One of my favorite trails! Beautiful, but difficult to trail run on due to roots and other obstacles.
Did the hike in January of 2014. Not the best time of year, but well worth the mud and rain for the amazing views.
Amazing hike. Going to do it again!
Difficult to navigate in a few spots, steps washed out and a lot more rugged than we expected but SO worth it
Great first time multi-day hike. Beginners should take the full 4 days, though.
Wonderful trail with many access points. Can be very muddy in after it rains.
Spectacular beaches, amazing forest trails, good signage. Always wild, west coast wildlife; fun to watch whales during the migration, sea-lions, vultures and more when 'in-season', very occasional black bears, nearly always seals, otters, and a huge variety of birds.
Amazing hike. A bit more difficult than I expected but so happy to have experienced it. Beautiful trail with opportunities to sleep on the beach and listen to the ocean as you fall asleep.