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Gowlland Tod Provincial Park

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Ross Durrance Road, Highlands, British Columbia V9E 2A3, Canada
+1 250-474-1336
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Nature reserve full of marked hiking trails for up-close observation of untouched wilderness.
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Ross Durrance Road, Highlands, British Columbia V9E 2A3, Canada
+1 250-474-1336
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

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

Thank pudman43
Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

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

Thank Stephen W
Reviewed 21 March 2017

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

Thank robby321
Reviewed 13 February 2017

My wife and I and our friends love the hike/walk down to Tod Inlet. It is a very picturesque walk with nice views of Tod Creek. In the winter months the creek runs quite fast. It is a wonderful place for a family picnic. There...More

Thank Captains_Rum_Punch
Reviewed 17 January 2017

This is such a great park for hiking. Some of the view points are incredible. Make sure you have some sort of map of the area. Some of the trails are not that obvious. If you want an easy walk try Tod Inlet. Mackenzie Bite...More

Thank reed622
Reviewed 31 December 2016

A forested walk opens up onto waterfront beauty. There are a few places to park and then it's an easy hike through the forest and to the waterfront area. There are several paths too - yours to explore! It's beautiful there - take your camera....More

Thank Lori M
Reviewed 17 November 2016 via mobile

Very peaceful place to go with family and pets. Has a great view and a beautiful nature. Should have more information about the trail

Thank duda-sidoti
Reviewed 6 October 2016

Bring water, food, a camera, dress in layers and you'll be all set. There are some really steep parts at the Caleb Pike end; this is not a hike for beginners or those with little fitness. It's peaceful, gorgeous, offers varied terrain and in October...More

Thank Kathleen B
Reviewed 29 July 2016 via mobile

Situated near Victoria - half an hour drive - so very convenient for a day's excursion. We did one hike - the 10K Jocelyn Hill hike. There are spectaculars views on the way. Not a difficult hike - there are some elevations but not too...More

1  Thank Moniaits
Reviewed 24 July 2016

A quiet walk thru moss covered trees to the cove by Butchart Gardens. relaxing and peaceful stroll - free.

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Cinco E
28 August 2017|
Response from Eric316 |
keep going straight on millstream lake rd. the park is right before you get to Willis point road.