The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail

HARD 9 reviews

The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail is a 29 mile point-to-point trail located near Capital, BC and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from January until August.

29.0 miles Point to Point


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5 months ago

One of my favorite trails! Beautiful, but difficult to trail run on due to roots and other obstacles.

6 months ago

Did the hike in January of 2014. Not the best time of year, but well worth the mud and rain for the amazing views.

7 months ago

Amazing hike. Going to do it again!

8 months ago

Difficult to navigate in a few spots, steps washed out and a lot more rugged than we expected but SO worth it

1 year ago

Great first time multi-day hike. Beginners should take the full 4 days, though.

2 years ago

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.

2 years ago

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.