Two people stand on a rocky viewpoint looking at the colours of the sky and the valley below.
Sunshine Coast Tourism/Brayden Hall Sunshine Coast Trail

Hiking

Our majestic old growth forests, mountain vistas, and ocean coastlines provide a stunning backdrop for hikers to explore.

Design your own trek, ranging from easy paths to intense trails that take anywhere from half an hour to several days to complete. Discover the renowned Sunshine Coast Trail, a 180-kilometre hut-to-hut hiking trail that can be explored in smaller sections, or via one extraordinary multi-day hiking trip. Looking for something a bit shorter? Tackle the path through Skookumchuck Narrows Provincial Park to see the Sechelt Rapids, or head up Soames Hill for some excellent views. The Sunshine Coast also boasts a number of trails that are perfect for those with mobility challenges—check out the South Coast User-friendly Trail Guide & Log to learn more.

Note that the Sunshine Coast is home to many species of wildlife such as black bears, cougars, coyotes, and wolves. Stay safe while hiking by making lots of noise with your voice, looking for signs of wildlife, maintaining awareness of your surroundings, and carrying bear spray. Learn more about wildlife and reducing conflict at WildSafeBC.

Click the links below to learn more about specific trails on our blog.
 

Gibsons

Sechelt & Roberts Creek

Halfmoon Bay & Secret Cove

Pender Harbour & Egmont

Coast Blog

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