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The Sunshine Coast Trail traverses a wide variety of landscapes, from coastal shorelines, along creeks and lakes, through old growth forests to panoramic mountaintops. It provides hikers with the opportunity to experience Powell River’s breathtaking...more
Did a 3 day, 2 night from March Lake, Elk Lake Hut, Walt Hill Hut out on Dixon Road. Trail closure due to logging not well marked, but rest of the trail is. Huts are wonderful. Met several other groups so busy already in June....More
We started in Lund and hiked up to Manzanita Bluffs where there is a delightful little shelter/cabin/picnic area. This is not for the faint hearted as it is an uphill climb the whole way...but worth it for the spectacular views across the Salish Sea taking...More
This was our first backcountry camping adventure! Our original plan was to hike from Sarah Point to Powell River. We did not have much time, and after realizing that day 1 we would not be able to take the water taxi from Lund to Sarah...More
I've (along with my trusty 9lb Shih Tzu) done bits and pieces of this trail and it's amazing! Mountain views, ocean bluffs, mossy forest trails, flowing waterfalls, peaceful lakes, the cool ocean and fantastic cabins. It's definitely not for the faint of heart, with many...More
We decided to do the hike from Sarah Point to Malaspina Rd after reading as much info as we could find. The first day Sarah Point to Wednesday Lake was rated as a moderate 4 t0 6 hour jaunt. Sounded great. Wasn't quite that easy....More
Stretching from Sarah Point past Lund to Saltery Bay, this is 180 km of hiking heaven. Day hiking is highly recommended but if you can take the time to overnight in one of the huts you'll be treated to a starry night worthy of any...More
I have hiked the SCT trail to all the 12 huts as day trips. This means we also hiked a great deal of access routes which in many cases are not well known. I disagree with a previous review- the SCT is WELL marked. I...More
Our "Group of Seven" women spent 2 nights on the trail. We arrived in Lund late in the afternoon and spent a night at the historic Lund Hotel. We left a car in Lund with "Dave's Parking" and another car at the "Shingle Mill" in...More
We picked up some printed information from the Tourist office on Joyce Street. Very helpful lady who offered maps we could purchase or free information put together by their staff. We opted for the freebie.
We took the part of the Sunshine Coast Trail that...More