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Beautiful path along the coast. Some rocky terrain so need good boots. Lovely views.

28 days ago

Beautiful rugged coastline trail. Limited Parking available at the trailhead. Lots of surf and crashing waves against big rocks for lovely photos.

The trail to keep following the river is apparently closed, not sure why, signs say “do not hike beyond this point” not sure if advisory or illegal, but the trail was fine, without that it’s a very short loop, good views of waterfalls tho

1 month ago

Today we spent an amazing 5 hours on this trail. With a fresh snowfall the night before we trudged through 6-8” of fresh snow. The trail was so peaceful. Easy hike just long one. I would recommend this trail with the fresh snow.

Tree tree tree. Only one nice view and spot to rest.

A great local trail! A perfect afternoon loop!

This is an awesome tour, didn't follow this route specifically but some of the smaller tracks along the way are awesome especially around the Nahatlatch and Kookipi Pass. check out the nahatlatch cure tower!

A nice, easy hike to Sturgeon Falls. Lots of different mushrooms grow here in the late summer and you can sometimes see otters playing in the water.

For a longer hike, turn right after crossing the suspension bridge to go to Pine Point Rapids (8.7 km one way). Not much in terms of views as it's essentially a wide swath of access road through the forest, but you're likely to have it all to yourself. @jesiannoutdoors

One of the most scenic routes of the world!
Definitely worth stopping at several lakes or view points like Bow lake, Peyto lake and many other small lakes.

2 months ago

Always wanted to go here - finally did today. Drove most of the way in and hiked the final 3 kms. to the lookout point. We had a fire and a picnic while enjoying the spectacular view. It's worth the trip. (We did see a bear on the trail.)
I'd go here again and park further away.

we rode bikes along the trail. our 4 yr old had to walk the steep bits but otherwise a nice riding trail

2 months ago

This is a decent trail though it is rather narrow. It's almost entirely through thick bush and is extremely buggy in early summer. I used this trail to try out some new hiking gear - rain jacket, gaiters and pack, before heading off to bigger trails. There is a point at about half way where the trail opens up into a large meadow with a tributary which was really nice. It was rainy that day but on a clear day the view would be even better. This trail is great if you have a few hours to knock out a nice day hike. Just don't forget the bug spray!

Short loop but well maintained and beautiful views.

The trail was marked as damaged from overuse.

The view of the waterfall was incredible. It is wide and tall. The bridge was stable and allowed views of both sides.

I’ve done this hike many times. It’s not long, and the falls are beautiful. We always head off the path at the top of the waterfalls and build an inuksuk.

Nicest road ever

3 months ago

Amazingly boring and pointless trail with zero views. Could walk in the forest near my home instead of driving four hours to the park.

My home is on this trail, so I've done it dozens of times. A beautiful walk or bike ride.
Bring your dog and stop at off-leash parks.

A nice accessible walk with a few lovely views.

3 months ago

Only person on the trail this day. Fun hike with varied terrain. Views weren't great due to smoke but saw a few mountain goats grazing at the top. The access road was in terrible condition, lots of ditches for a lengthy stretch, suggest going in a high clearance vehicle. Stop and say hi to the lady camped at 36km with the honey sign, shes a colourful character and makes great honey!

Nice trail, very easy. The swim in the lower falls was brisk but refreshing and the view of the upper falls was beautiful.

This is too long to hike

herring cove is very beautiful and this trail is a great hike

Some great views and vistas. Saw a deer, rabbit, chipmunks, and many birds near the mouth of the mighty St. Laurent. All and all an easy, but beautiful hike.

I did this trail walking was not very exciting if you were looking for a trail to bike or the jog in and out I would recommend this trail.

Usually pretty low traffic on this trail, due to length I suspect. Common to see bison and moose. Bug spray highly recommended for this trail.
Have done this trail in winter and run into serious drifts along south end of Flyingshot Lake, about 500 meters of fence posting through it as I didn’t bring snowshoes, rest of trail seemed fine.

3 months ago

Trail’s nice! Took me 4 hours to make it with lunch time. Not really some good point of observation through the trail though.

Took this trail from the bridge sign in the Nutimik lake campground area to Sturgeon Falls. Fairly easy trail - we had 7 kids with us including one in a backpack carrier and everyone managed the hike no problem. Lots of nice lookout points especially the bridge and the rocks by the falls.

Really nice scenery

3 months ago

Some road walking on the little fishing village secluded island. Some beach and rock scrambling as well. It is a loop, but we did not complete the whole loop. 17+ km, probably 20-22 if whole loop completed.

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