Slow and steady, hiking is just putting one foot in front of the other. You might choose to day-hike for the day, or backpack for a week or more.
These articles cover everything you need to know about hiking and hiking gear.
Ammonite falls is a beautiful decent-sized waterfall right very close to the heart of Nanaimo. This route from Doumont is slightly more difficult than the route from Jameson Road. This route to Ammonite Falls is a bit hard to explain. Driving up to Doumont stop… Read More »Hike in Nanaimo: Ammonite Falls from Doumont Road
For us here in Nanaimo, Mount Benson is right in our backyard. It’s a solid hike up, provides interesting views along the way and, if the weather cooperates, a stellar view of Nanaimo at the top. If you haven’t been to the top yet, I… Read More »Assault on Benson: Numero uno
Ever thought about hiking the entire length of Vancouver Island on a single well-mapped trail?You will be able to soon. The Vancouver Island Spine Trail will allow you to do it. Here is their latest progress up date straight from one of their organizers, Gil… Read More »The Vancouver Island Trail
This hike was definitely a random adventure that turned out to be a lot of fun. We wanted to look for this plane that we had heard was in the area of Radar Hill in Tofino. We weren’t really sure where exactly to go but… Read More »Hike in Tofino: Canso Bomber Crash Site
My girlfriend and I wanted to go for an adventure of the hiking type on Valentine’s Day. More specifically, we wanted to go find a waterfall. My dad mentioned some waterfalls by the Arlington Pub by Nanoose that he had been to a couple weeks… Read More »Bonnell Creek Falls in Nanoose