The definitive guide to hiking western Vancouver Island, now in an updated third edition.
The rugged west coast of Vancouver Island offers some of the most spectacular and storied hiking in the Pacific Northwest, including the world-famous West Coast Trail. All 10 major trails, from the botanically rich Juan de Fuca Trail in the south to the remote cape Scott Trail in the north, are described in detail with insider tips and clear, two-color maps. New for this edition are the wild and challenging North Coast Trail and the rarely visited Tatchu coastal hike on the Rugged Peninsula. Whether day-tripping or backpacking, looking for tidal pools or sandy beaches, there’s a suitable option for every hiker.
About the author
Tim Leadem is a lawyer by profession and a member of the bar in British Columbia. An avid hiker and climber for over 30 years, he has hiked in locations all over the globe, but espe-cially in British Columbia and on Vancouver Island. He also holds a master's degree in zoology.