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Considered by many to be one of the best boardwalk hikes around, you will be immersed in the natural serenity of the temperate rainforest. You can take the easy stairs to the beach, where you can gaze at the gentle waves crashing in. During low...more
2040 Pacific Rim Highway, Tofino, British Columbia, Canada
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We went as a group of photographers led by Aaron Dowling, an award winning photographer. The beach is very beautiful with plenty of rocks, small trees, mini islands and shrubs. You have walk about 10 minutes from the car park. When we were there there...More
This is an easy walk through rainforest to a beautiful beach. There is a car park just off Highway 4 next to a road leading to an Indian reservation. You can pay the parking and entry fee here and there are also rudimentary toilets. The...More
We visited this place at low tide and had a blast exploring the tidal pools. The cove is within walking distance of Long Beach. My only complaint was the boardwalk to walk in was in need of repair in a few places. We’ll definitely be...More
Beautiful boardwalk (with a few sketchy lose boards and steep bit so beware if you are infirm) to a lovely beach I . Go at low tide and you can explore and enchanting islet. Our favourite walk in Tofino!
One of the nicest trails to walk with kids, all boardwalk and enough steps to keep them entertained. Ends at the top of long beach, which is just magical.
The rainforest is so special and this walk captures all of that.
The Schooner Cove trail is a beautiful, easy trail that leads to Schooner Cove. The trail itself is primarily on a wooden boardwalk so there is no need for crazy hiking gear or shoes. I passed lots of people wearing flip flops and they seemed...More
The easy rolling trail and wooden steps Schooner Cove was my favourite sight in Pacific Rim National Park. The majestic trees in the forest towered both my friend and I. It was fun seeing the beautiful old and new growth. Knotted trees and branches falling...More
This relatively short hiking trail leads to a sandy beach with some rocky areas full of beautiful sea anemones and sea life (easily visible during low tides). The final 74 steps of stairs descending to the beach may be a challenge to someone with mobility...More