Explore the most popular kid friendly trails in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve Long Beach Unit with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Definitely easy, not moderate

Beautiful little trail

Be ready for mud and trail that is tough to follow at times. But fun to do and a good adventure!

Its really hard to remember your in BC when walking through this rainforest. It takes you to a place that you envision being so far away! Easy walk and kids absolutely love it (moss on everything is a huge deal apparently :) Can't wait to go back

Loop B is still close

walking
2 months ago

Beautiful

Short, easy trial with different landscapes and interest trees.

It was muddy, but due to the cold weather some bits were frozen, so we were fine in regular boots, though I could see it getting messy if the climate was warmer.
However, Milo my French bulldog was in desperate need of a bath afterwards.

The hike took us longer than expected because we had to manoeuvre around the puddles but that was half of the fun! It was neat to see the old plane sitting there among the trees. After a cup a tea to warm us up and a few photo ops we made our way back.

Overall we had a great time doing this hike and would definitely do it again. It was a wonderful way to spend Christmas Eve!

It is a muddy hike but worth it to see that plane sitting there on the side of the mountain

Route A was good, saw some fish in the creek, but sadly route B was closed. Next time!!

walking
5 months ago

Awesome boardwalk through the rainforest. We saw salmon in the stream. Mushrooms and other fungi everywhere! There were a lot more stairs than I expected, but it's only 1.1km on the north side. Good signage, family enjoyed it.

walking
5 months ago

Boards were frosty and slick on a December afternoon, even though it was fairly warm and sunny. Very interesting place but no educational signage or pamphlets. I wouldn't recommend this as wheelchair accessible as some of the boards are broken and the boardwalk is uneven in places.

You will need to park at Radar Hill and hike 1/2 ml along the highway. No places to park on the road. Also need knee hi boots bc the mud is that deep.

walking
7 months ago

We went on a rainy, rainy day and everyone said, don't go when it's raining, cos it's muddy enough already. But we had so much fun.
Follow the tags and ropes after you get to the bog.

walking
7 months ago

Very cool boggy environment. My favorite.

Very pretty with educational things to read along the way.

Sometimes tricky trail, but well worth the effort of finding the shortest paths through mud to get to the plane.

nature trips
8 months ago

Beautiful walkway

hiking
8 months ago

The hike is fun as you try not to fall into the mud and the plane is incredible.

hiking
9 months ago

Short trail with a steep hill down to the beach through a sitka spruce forest. From the beach you can continue to explore Pacific Rim National Park's fantastic beaches

walking
9 months ago

Very nice short trail. Interesting landscape, like walking through a Dr. Seuss book.

Gorgeous short trails into the rainforest, lots and lots of stairs

hiking
10 months ago

so much fun navigating around the mud and to find this at the end of the trail!

hiking
10 months ago

A difficult hike through lots of mud!! Well worth it though as the destination is fabulous. Definitely need hiking boots.
The trail starts easily enough and you go through an abandoned building (a bit weird, but legit) before continuing on through the bogs.

hiking
Thursday, April 27, 2017

Great hike but pretty difficult to make it to the plane. Wear rain boots!

hiking
Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Beautiful trail very fun elevated path through some amazingly lush forest. There are two paths here A and B. Path A is currently closed due to damage was not clear when it will reopen.

Saturday, August 30, 2014

The Kwisitis visitor center and Wickanish beach are in this area. The visitor center has many informative exhibits and clean restrooms. Parking costs about 20 cad for a family. The beach is great for a walk and you can see ball seaweed washed up on the beach.

hiking
Thursday, June 19, 2014

this is a short trail under 1 km it us worth the hike though. with amazing views of dwarf cedars and other plants, open bog and muskeg forest it is a must.

hiking
Saturday, July 31, 2010

Beautiful trail with majestic trees and lush vegitation. Also some pretty strange giant slugs/snails.

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