Shorepine Bog Trail
The Shorepine Bog Trail is a 0.8 km hiking loop that traverses a wooden boardwalk and provides an insight into the exciting and unique bog ecosystem. Hikers will travel along the boardwalk and absorb information from interpretive signs about this otherworldly landscape. This route is perfect for a quick break from driving to stretch your legs and learn about the diversity of the landscape around Tofino.
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Route Description for Shorepine Bog Trail
Hiking along the Shorepine Bog Trail is a unique experience within the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve that will leave you feeling as though you’ve just hiked on another planet. The trail sets out through the forest along a wooden boardwalk that loops around the bog and features informative signs about the landscape. As you work your way around the short loop, you will see various interesting plant life that differs from the vegetation you would find in the surrounding temperate rainforests.
This quick hike is an excellent option for families with young kids that enjoy exploring the outdoors and experiencing unique environmental settings.
Getting to the Shorepine Bog Trail Trailhead
To reach the parking area for the Shorepine Bog Trail from Tofino, drive southeast on BC-4/Pacific Rim Highway for 27.2 km and make a right turn onto Wick Road. After 1.6 km, you will find the trailhead on the left.
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