By BestHike editor Rick McCharles
Strathcona Provincial Park, Vancouver Island, offers many challenging multi-day adventures. And many very challenging day hikes.
In this post, however, I focus on easy highway-accessible day hikes recommended for kids, families, everyone.
I hiked most of these. All good.
Almost everyone stops for the short walk to the viewing platform at Lady Falls.
- Elk River Viewpoint
- Lupin Falls
- Auger Point
- Karst Creek
- Wild Ginger
- Shepherd Creek
Without question Lower Myra Falls is best of the easy day hikes. Don’t miss it. And bring a bathing suit if weather is good.
Auger Point Fire Trail was interesting in seeing how some trees can survive major forest fires.
If you stay at Buttle Lake campground, I loved their Beach Access Trail.
I was cycling this trip, hiding my bike in the trees between each short nature walk.
The best hiking guidebook is Exploring Strathcona Park. Dead tree version available only.
See our list of the best hikes in North America.