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Part of the Gowlland Tod Park system, Tod Inlet can be reach by both land and sea, providing safe and secluded overnight anchorage.
Tod Inlet

 

 

Gowlland Tod Park offers more than 25 kilometers of trails and
spectacular views. Posted signs give trail information. Malahat Viewpoint,
Squally Reach and Jocelyn Hill viewpoints offer spectacular views of the
Finlayson Arm Inlet and the Malahat Drive. Day use only.
Mckenzie Bight Gowlland Tod Park BC
McKenzie Bight Access - Gowlland Tod Park

Clear green tidal pools and a fern lined trail with a rainforest feel mark
this access to Mckenize Bight. Part of Gowlland Tod Provincial Park,
the McKenize Bight Access is the northern starting point to many of
the hiking trails within this park. You can also access though the
Timberman Trail a few feet down the road and follow the trail along
the waterfall. Hiking time is approx. 20-25min to beach.

McKenzie Bight Gowlland Tod Park BC
McKenzie Bight Access - Gowlland Tod Park
McKenzie Bight Gowlland Tod Park BC
Though well mark and maintained many of these trails are fairly steep.
Just past Durrance Lake turn left off Willis Point Road,
you'll find parking just around the corner.
Timberman Trail Gowlland Tod Park BC
Timberman Trail - Gowlland Tod Park
Part of Gowlland Tod Provincial Park, the Timberman Trail starts
off as a gentle wide open trail leading to many of the view points within
this park. You will come to fork in the trail and a small bridge which
crosses the top of a waterfall. Posted sign gives trail information.
Keeping to the left will lead to the Malahat Viewpoint. Squally Reach
and Jocelyn Hill viewpoints also offer spectacular views of the
Finlayson Arm Inlet and the Malahat Drive, eventually meeting
with the Ridgeline Trail and the southern Caleb Pike trail access.
Timberman Trail Gowlland Tod Park BC
Timberman Trail - Gowlland Tod Park
Keeping to the right will lead you to a viewing platform over looking
the waterfall. Continuing to follow this trail will give you access to
McKenzie Bight Trail and the beach. WARNING This trail is steep.
Malahat Drive from Gowlland Tod Park
Malahat Drive and Saanich Inlet - Squally Reach Viewpoint
Partridge Hills Gowlland Tod Park BC
Partidge Hills - Gowlland Tod Park
Just behind Durrance Lake and part of the Gowlland Tod Provincial Park
system. Nice views of southern island and Saanich Inlet. Network of old
roads which are fairly easy to navigate, though unmarked or maintained
these trails are becoming increasing popular with mountain bikers.
Partridge Hills Gowlland Tod Park BC
Warning Partidge Hills Trails NOT signed or maintained.
Tod Inlet Marine Park BC
Tod Inlet - Gowlland Tod Provincial Park
Part of the Gowlland Tod Park system, Tod Inlet can be reach by
both land and sea, providing safe and secluded overnight anchorage.
Enjoyable 20min hike from Wallace Drive.
Gowlland Tod Park
Caleb Pike Access - Gowlland Tod Park
Part of Gowlland Tod Provincial Park, the Caleb Pike Access
is the southern starting point to the more than 25 kilometers of trails
this park offers. Following the Ridgeline Trail will lead to one of the
many viewpoints along the way. Jocelyn Hill, Malahat Viewpoint,
also offer spectacular views of the Finlayson Arm Inlet and the
Malahat Drive, eventually meeting with the Timberman Trail
and the northern McKenize Bight Access.
For more info and maps visit the official
BC Parks Website
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