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I noticed this small side trail on the provincial park trail map, with a trailhead close to Emma Dixon Road. Park on the side of the road and find the almost hidden entrance, and you'll be able to get to the AMAZING Jocelyn Hill lookout...More
This huge park offers trails of varying degrees of difficulty. They're reasonably well marked, and well maintained. With 25 km of trail, visitors are spoiled for choice.
We visited in December and January. Even in the rain, it's a beautiful place to visit.
We live locally and enjoy the good fortune of being able to walk to the park in a short 5-10 minutes. It's scenic, an easy walk and a nice place to visit and see seabed (at the inlet) reclamation in progress. The outdoor learning space...More
We hiked from the Caleb Pike trailhead along the Ridge Trail to Holmes Peak and then to Jocelyn Hill. Lunch. Then back. 4.5 hours elapsed time, 3 hours hiking time, 8.8K distance, 200m elevation gain (200m to 400m), 330m total ascent, a VG workout, an...More
We have only done the short Tod Inlet hike in the past few years, and always enjoy it. Parking is available on the side of Wallace Drive.
Although not part of Gowland Todd park just across the road from where you park, and up a...More
Hiked to Squally Reach viewpoint (45 min from main parking) and continued to Jocelyn hill (1:40 from main parking). Well prepared and sign posted hike.
After all the rain trail through real rain forest . That's nice
Not too spectacular after the first viewpoint we...More
We approached from the south, so I'm not sure if it's easier to find from the north/east, but wow we had quite a time with the GPS... Once we got there, parking was pretty easy. Be prepared for a pretty long hike to get to...More
We went with young children and only went on a short 1.4km walk.
Everything about it was great. Lovely forest, easy walking trail and when you get to the water ... it really is breathtaking.
Plenty of exploring to be done by our little folk
Rented single kayaks for me and a friend at the nearby Seahorses Café across the harbour in the morning and paddled our way through the harbour into the inlet. Pretty darn choppy waters in the harbour but it gets VERY calm and gentle in the...More