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Explore the Trails: Valentine Mountain

Valentine Mountain offers one of the best views in the Powell River & qathet Regional District area. Here, you’ll ascend a very short uphill trail (less than one kilometre in length) that includes a set of wooden and rocky steps. At the top you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Historic Townsite…

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Explore the Trails: Snickett Park

Snickett Park is located in the heart of Sechelt, and offers panoramic views of the Strait of Georgia. The path through the park is part of the Trail Bay Walkway which runs along the shoreline to Rotary Friendship Wharf. It’s a trail the whole family can enjoy, since it’s a wide, level, paved path…

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Explore the Trails: Dakota Ridge

Dakota Ridge is a winter gem on the Sunshine Coast. This popular recreation area offers excellent cross-country skiing and snowshoeing for all types of adventurers. Situated on a 1,532-acre plateau above ts’uk̲w’um (Wilson Creek), Dakota Ridge offers stunning and expansive views of the Salish Sea…

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The Heart of Mahony

My first trip to Powell River was back in April of 2019. The entire trip, from the ferry ride to Saltery Bay and the unbelievable hospitality to the food and drink and the mountain bike trails, was like something out of a dream. I was absolutely hooked on this place and made plans to return the…

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Explore the Trails: Soames Hill

Soames Hill is located just above Gibsons and only 3 kilometres (1.6 miles) away from the Langdale ferry terminal. You can conquer “The Knob” in approximately 40 to 60 minutes. There are two staircase options and three different viewpoints, so that can make a difference to the amount of time you…

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Waterfall Hikes on the Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast is home to many beautiful waterfalls that can be spotted as you hike through the rainforest. While the best time to view most of them is during the spring thaw or after a large amount of rain, this can vary depending on the year and the specific waterfall. If you aim to do a…

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Explore the Trails: Smuggler Cove

Many people access this park as an all-weather anchorage near Secret Cove, but this park is also accessible by land with a 1.5 km (20 minutes one way) trail from Brooks Rd off Highway 101. Smuggler Cove Marine Provincial Park offers hiking, swimming, kayaking, and picnicking. The trail in…

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Explore the Trails: The Knuckleheads

Length & Difficulty: 4 km | 2 hours | Moderate Where else can you snowshoe in fresh mountain powder in the morning, and play a round of golf in the afternoon? A true four-season destination, Powell River is home to the Knuckleheads, a winter recreation haven, perfect for skiing, snowshoeing, and…

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Explore the Trails: Cliff Gilker Park

Cliff Gilker Park is located in the Roberts Creek area, north of Gibsons and south of Sechelt, British Columbia, Canada. The hiking-only park is a popular gathering place for families, walkers, photographers, and naturalists. The trail system is filled with many colour-coded hiking routes cutting…

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