A blog on my experience hiking the West Coast Trail! I started as a solo female hiker, I finished as a West Coast Warrior. With many bruises.

Hiking the West Coast Trail Blog

The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail vs The West Coast Trail, British Columbia, Canada comparison by Carpe Diem OUR Way

Juan De Fuca Trail vs West Coast Trail

The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail vs The West Coast Trail, British Columbia, Canada Carpe Diem OUR Way

West Coast Trail Packing List! Packing light is the key for enjoying the hike... http://www.adventuresomesoul.ca/west-coast-trail-packing-list/

My pack is always ready to go, waiting under my bed for the next adventure. For clothing, I try to keep it simple and therefore light. I have a big problem with packing light.

The West Coast Trail features approximately 70 ladders, 130 bridges and four cable cars. Preparedness for this hike is essential. #packinglist

Ultimate Female Packing List for the West Coast Trail

Trekking The West Coast Trail, guide to the West Coast Trail, hiking, trekking, hike, trek, Canada hikes, Vancouver Island, BC, adventure, travel tips, best hikes in the world

Your Guide To Trekking The Epic West Coast Trail On Vancouver Island

Trekking The West Coast Trail, guide to the West Coast Trail, hiking, trekking, hike, trek, Canada hikes, Vancouver Island, BC, adventure, travel tips, best hikes in the world

Probably the first to get crossed off. Vancouver Island's 75 km West Coast Trail. West Coast Trail - Tsusiat Falls on a misty morning

Probably the first to get crossed off. Vancouver Island's 75 km miles) West Coast Trail. West Coast Trail - Tsusiat Falls on a misty morning

What worked and didn't work for me while completing the West Coast Trail. Read how to emulate my amazing experience and finish enlightened!

What worked and didn't work for me while completing the West Coast Trail. Read how to emulate my amazing experience and finish enlightened!

Backpack on the wild side along B.C.’s West Coast Trail.

Backpack on the wild side along B.C.’s West Coast Trail

Hikers clamber on ladders up and down steep ravines. “Watch out for the missing rungs, the moss and the slugs,” says hiker/photographer Steve Ringman.

Pinterest
Search