Tofino and Ucluelet Hiking
Stunning beaches, temperate rainforests, wildlife viewing and storm watching are just a few of the fantastic, awe-inspiring experiences when hiking the trails in Tofino and Ucluelet, located on the west coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia.
Most of the trails on this site are within Pacific Rim National Park - a true BC paradise with its seemingly never-ending beaches, massive rock formations, rare ecosystems and majestic forests.
Hiking through Pacific Rim Park is an ideal way to enjoy the area's spectacular scenery, lush forests and rugged Pacific Ocean coastline. The hikes featured on Tofino Trails are relatively short and easy; in fact, several hikes can be completed in one day. All the trails are entirely unique, and offer an opportunity to discover and explore the area's natural diversity.
Viewing the hiking trails around Tofino and Ucluelet or use the map below.
Combers Beach Trail
Located in Pacific Rim National Park, the hiking trail to Combers Beach is short but steep, passing through a thick rainforest before exiting the forest onto a wide open beach.
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Location: South Beach Trail
Stunning Pacific scenery, the South Beach Trail follows alongside the coastline before dropping down through forest and onto a beach with rugged rock formations, constantly being battered by the thunderous ocean waves.