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Did hike today.. nice beautiful hike... fantastic view..

super good to bike or to walk up the stairs.

hiking
16 hours ago

Would not say this is a hard hike, just long. The hardest part would maybe be finding the chains.? You literally have to walk straight towards the waterfalls and than you’ll find them!! The trail is not very popular so it was nice being alone; that being said be careful if you’re by yourself and watch out for bears!! It was a warm day although the smoke from BC was extremely bad on the 15th. You also have to cross water twice, but the second ones not as deep and has a tree over it you can use instead of getting wet. The water at the top was warm enough to go in, and lots of fish!! It was super windy, but died down once we went around the left side towards the back trees! Soon I will post a short video on youtube of this hike if you would like too see it !! Channel name is ellakattey!!

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.

mountain biking
17 hours ago

marking is poor but good ride overall

A nice accessible walk with a few lovely views.

trail from Agnes Lake still has a lot of snow and disappears up the slope. tough climb right now, but q beautiful view of both Lake Louise and Lake Agnes, as well as the surrounding mountains.

not a bad hike, don't expect many switch backs. the trail is fairly steep. good hike to the top. the hike down is worth having a set of hiking poles and good footwear.

the scramble to the second summit is a challenge. do it with caution. we made it half way, I'd say it's a good 2-3 hr addition to your hike.

hiking
18 hours ago

A great and simple hike for me and my 2 young daughter's. Little harder to breath with the smoke. Took us 1hr.

Very nice hike

A steel climb capped off by some amazing 360° views of the surrounding area. The hike has a good variety of terrain - from wooded forest to mountain top Alpine. The top of the hike gets a bit steep and rocky which makes it a but slippery, so make sure you bring good hiking boots.

Good hike and nice views, not too many hikers on the trail. beautiful Creek early in the season and drys out mid summer.

Great reward for the effort.

hiking
19 hours ago

A great introduction to hiking for my 7 year old. Challenging enough with a beautiful waterfall reward.

Great short hike with some stunning views.

fishing
19 hours ago

Beautiful little lake with tons of very hungry little pan sized Rainbow Trout

Stunning. Challenging and technical with lots of verticals. We left our car at China Beach and took the west coast shuttle to Port Renfrew. We camped at Little Kuitsche Creek, Chin Beach and Bear Beach. They were all lgreat places to camp... Lots of space, pretty level. The forest hiking was lovely and the beaches were stunning.
Definitely use gaitors...there's a lot of mud and boggy parts. We went in early July. The trail is very wild. There was a hornet's nest in a mud bog just south of Sombrio so be careful.

hiking
20 hours ago

Great little trail that ends at the teahouse.

20 hours ago

Would love to do this hike with someone !

walking
20 hours ago

Easy walk with views of the Skeena river surrounding the island. There are other side trails so you don't have do the whole trail if you don't want to. The trail can get muddy in the fall and winter months in some parts.

Although it can get super packed the views are definitely worth it. It's only unfortunate that you will have to line up at the viewpoints to get your chance to see the lower and upper falls. There are a bunch of nice areas past upper falls with less people and you can sit beside the water. We came at 2pm on a Monday in mid-August and by then the early people had left so there was parking in the parking lot!

hiking
20 hours ago

Great trail with a waterfall and railway trestle bridge. Poor signage-helps to take a pic of the nap at the start. To get to the waterfall follow the stream bed. Wear running/hiking shoes.

Pleasant hike. waterfalls are beautiful.

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The lookout point is absolutely breathtaking. So worth the trek!

hiking
21 hours ago

I hiked the trail to the lake. The round trip was 4hrs 20min. With a 15min. rest at the lake. Definitely take your time and watch your step for the first kilometer as others have mentioned lots of rocks and roots to catch you, keep your eyes peeled. This was a very pleasant walking in the old growth sections. The large boulders with the Moss and trees growing around and amongst them is
very grounding making you feel very small. A good hike definitely not a Beginners Trail.

Great place to watch the sun set at the end of this trail. Very easy and a nice walk all year round

hiking
21 hours ago

It’s an awesome workout and easily the most beautiful lake within 45 minutes of down town Vancouver!

It’s a bit of a scramble at the end to reach the peak but the incredible view is worth getting your hands dirty

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