About 1.6km from the junction, the trail emerges from the forest into an open area at with an info board. Cape Scott Provincial Park Short Term Forecast. After 16.8km in the forest, the trail emerges on the sandy beach of Nel’s Bight, where there is wonderful camping. Watch for hanging buoys and follow them back into the forest. The other one, marked Second Dyke, deadends beside the tree-covered dyke. It’s definitely a tough trail and is best for experienced backpackers. Campsites: Unlimited space on the beach above the high tide line | Toilet: Outhouse at the west end of the beach where the Cape Scott trail enters | Water: Collect from the creek on the east side of the beach near the North Coast Trail entrance. Turn right to go to the Fisherman River campground and outhouse. A curious mink watches us from amongst the rocks. These trails are rough and seldom-travelled, so they are best for experienced hikers only. It’s one of the steepest bits of trail on the entire hike. The WWII-era plank road on the way to the Cape Scott Lighthouse. Cape Scott Provincial Park features some excellent examples of old-growth forest, including Sitka Spruce in excess of 3 meters in diameter, and Western Red Cedar of similar sizes. On my last visit, I saw lots of wolf tracks, but no actually wolves. She lives in Victoria, BC. Distance: 2.5km | Elevation Gain/Loss: none | Time: 45 minutes. From Nanaimo take the Island Highway 19 North until you’re almost at Port Hardy. What a journey to get there. On the other side, it heads back into the forest through a particularly muddy patch. Less than 2k from here to San Josef Bay (I had to hike farther to get water which made it about 3k). Cape Scott Provincial Park is home to sea stacks which are accessible at low tide. Cape Scott is a hike-in park, located at the northwestern tip of Vancouver Island. Looking down at the lighthouse keeper’s house from the Lighthouse. Adventurous hikers can continue past San Josef Bay on a rough trail to the summit of 417m-tall Mount St. Patrick, 2km from west San Josef beach. The North Coast Trail was completed in May 2008 after inclusion of the Nahwitti-Shushartie area into Cape Scott Provincial Park. When I hiked the north coast trail we saw a LOT of bears. Make a small fire and don’t burn big driftwood logs so that there is lots of wood left for everyone. Cape Scott is such a special place, especially when the sun comes out. Info on how to get to Cape Scott is in blue. It is smaller than Nel’s Bight and sees far fewer visitors. Canada. See the trail description above for more details: Unlike the West Coast Trail and most other coastal trails in BC, tides are not a problem on the main trail to Cape Scott. We have another 20+km to our next campsite after Cape Scott. The only parking lot within the park, located near the southeast corner, provides easy access to the Cape Scott and San Josef Bay Trailhead. On the other side of the bridge is a junction. They cost $10/person/night for adults. However, it can be a good place to stay if you need to break up the long hike to Nel’s Bight or Nissen Bight into two days. If you use a filter, consider straining the water through a clean bandana or coffee filter first to get some of the silt and tannins out. A parking lot is provided at the Cape Scott and San Josef Bay trailheads, near the southeast corner of the park. Turn left to continue to Cape Scott. It was the first motorized machine used at the Cape Scott settlement. There are also lots of cute cabins on Airbnb. These are all up-dated as of July, 2020. Turn left and continue through the old-growth cedar forest. What gets most hikers are the sore and blistered feet from the pack weight and uneven ground. It is the easiest section of the North Coast trail and also the most maintained. If you’re coming all the way from Victoria add another 1.5 hrs to your drive. On one trip we saw a car with part of its rear quarter panel ripped off. The trail offers hikers a glimpse into wild, west coast ecosystems. Turn left into Cape Scott Park and reach the gravel parking lot a few minutes later. Cape Scott has a large wolf population. Pack warm close and be prepared for wet weather, but either way go. The trail runs along the northern end of Vancouver Island spanning Cape Scott Provincial Park. On my most recent trip, we had an uncomfortable encounter with a bear on the sea stack beach on the way to Cape Scott. There are many boardwalk sections, but still expect to get your feet muddy. Frequently asked questions. Go to Wild Coast Magazine or John Baldwin.ca online for a great map and description of the Cape Scott North Coast Trail. We got to the covered picnic area at the trail head, changed into dry clothes, and left. They often use hiking trails as travel routes. Some sections of the trail have easy to navigate boardwalks and some areas are more difficult. Trail Distance: 23.6km (one way from the trailhead to Cape Scott Lighthouse), How long does it take to hike to Cape Scott: 2-5 days, Best Time to Hike to Cape Scott: June to September. cape-scott-bc . The beach at Guise Bay. Take the short trail to Eric Lake to relax on the gravel beach. It’s gorgeous! Cougar sightings are very rare. The marker! Cape Scott is located near Port Hardy, at the northern tip of the island. At the far end of the beach (before the big rocks) clamber over driftwood towards buoys marking the trail. If you’re hiking the North Coast Trail or want a more detailed map, pick up a copy of the North Coast Trail Waterproof Map (which includes the Cape Scott Trail). However, in dry weather, there may not be any water for hikers. As the bog ends and you reenter the forest, you’ll reach another junction. Just be sure to put your tent well above the high tide line. The minimum one-way hiking time is about 5 days, but most hikers take 6 to 8 days to complete the trail. Part trail map, part field guide, part regional history, this book equips visitors with everything they need to know to make the most of the park. The tiny little trees growing from the top of the stacks defy the onslaught of the raging Pacific on a daily basis . The Cape Scott Trail is an unforgettable 47km journey to the northwestern tip of Vancouver Island and back. After the bridge, continue on boardwalk for a few more minutes to the Eric Lake campground. is the first comprehensive guidebook about one of Vancouver Island's most iconic destinations. Much of the trail consists of wooden boardwalk. There is parking space at the trailhead. Walk through the campground and cross a bridge. A VITA volunteer – Alan Philip of Cowichan – has recently completed (July, 2019) the compilation of a series of 7 topographic mapsthat cover the entire Trail from Victoria to Cape Scott. Length 29.8 miElevation gain 3438 ftRoute type Out & back Watch for old telegraph wires strung along the trail. We had a lot of rain and bad weather on our trip, but I remember the scenery around Shuttleworth Bight and Cape Sutil as being gorgeous. The easiest way to get a permit is to buy one online via the Backcountry Permits section of BC Parks’ Discover Camping portal. Ignore a side trail heading into the dunes and onward to Experiment Bight. Marine Services. Go to Wild Coast Magazine or John Baldwin.ca online for a great map and description of the Cape Scott North Coast Trail. Instead, look around for small dry branches. It’s an easy walk on the beach to get there at low tide. Port Renfrew is five hours north of Victoria, and the trailhead is another two hours down a gravel road. Their dykes and fences survive today. There were a LOT of tents at Nel’s but it’s such a big beach so there was still lots of space. Follow it for a few minutes to a beautiful marble memorial. San Josef Bay in Cape Scott is my absolute favourite place on Vancouver Island. Most people camp near the forest on the far side. The North Coast Trail is billed as an alternative to the West Coast Trail. And on the Cape Scott Trail, this comes in a few different forms. Cross the creek where it flows out onto the sand and follow the shoreline for a minute or so. The Cape Scott area is the unceded traditional territory of the Kwakwaka’wakw peoples. There are two picnic tables where you can take a break. Try to time your visit for low tide. Most of the trail is in thick coastal rainforest. The trail parallels Eric Lake, but you can’t really see it through the trees. The second beach is past some sea stacks and around a rocky headland. The Cape Scott Marine Trail adds to the adventurous nature of the landscape by adding a designated water route that snakes the coastline, then turns back inland at Quatsino Sound. We took a lunch break at Lawrie Bay, a BCMTNA site with an easy landing behind a rocky islet. Be prepared to hang your food in a tree out of reach of animals and use Leave No Trace practices for going to the bathroom. They had a seasonal village at Experiment Bight and a permanent winter village at Cape Sutil. There may also be tide tables posted on the info boards at the trailhead and at Nel’s Bight. I just came back from my fourth backpacking trip in the park, so I’ve put together a full guide to the Cape Scott area for you. The path follows an old Danish settlers’ road. Cape Scott Cost: $10/person/night for camping. The famous shoe tree near Nahwitti Lake on the drive to Cape Scott. Each year, thousands of backpackers and nature lovers head to the northern limits of Vancouver Island, bound for the jewel of the region: Cape Scott Provincial Park and the recently completed North Coast Trail. A section of the old homesteaders corduroy road. Read my tips for bear safety. The one marked Hansen Lagoon has a good view down the length of the lagoon. Distance: 1.9km | Elevation Loss: 60m | Time: 30 minutes. I hadn’t been to Cape Scott in a few years, and we did visit over the Canada Day holiday, so it did seem a bit busier than I remember. A few steps down the trail, a yurt hidden behind some trees serves as a ranger station. However, the North Coast Trail and the trail to Lowrie Bay do have tidal obstacles. If you take the shuttle to the trailhead or are doing the North Coast Trail and need to take a water taxi, that will also add to your costs. Follow the trail over the dunes from the west end of Guise Bay to the sandy beach of Experiment Bight. The beautiful white sand of Guise Bay is 20.7km from the trailhead. They all have a nearby water source except Shushartie Bay. During my most recent trip to Cape Scott, a 12-year-old boy had to be evacuated by helicopter after he burned his foot by stepping in embers from an old campfire! (Although it’s definitely not pavement so use caution as there are some bumps and steeper bits). It can be traversed east to west from Shushartie Bay to the eastern end of Nissen Bight or in reverse from west to east. Maria Bremner has been an avid hiker, nature enthusiast and writer all her life. The settlers would land boats full of supplies there, then haul them up this road to their homesteads near Hansen Lagoon. I love to help. Some sections of the trail have easy to navigate boardwalks and some areas are more difficult. The muddy and slippery trail over the old corduroy road in between the trailhead and Eric Lake. Hikers will venture into the rainforests, marshlands, and along wide stretches of abandoned beaches to experience the remote beauty of the park. Cape Scott Rules: No drones. The Kwakwaka’wakw call this beach Kechegwis, which means “wood drifted on beach”. Port Renfrew is five hours north of Victoria, and the trailhead is another two hours down a gravel road. The total hiking distance Shushartie Bay (from water taxi) to San Josef Bay & Cape Scott Trail parking lot is a minimum of 59.5km (37mi). See the rules and tips section below for detailed rules about dogs and campfires. Hike to Cape Scott from Nels takes about 2 hours and is a great hike and well worth it. High winds and heavy rainfall is a common experience in the park with little warning signs. Cape Scott Trail is a 29.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Mount Waddington B, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake and is rated as difficult. Get in touch. This is the fork to turn off to the parking lot or turn south to San Josef Bay. After 16.8km in the forest, the trail emerges on the sandy beach of Nel’s Bight, where there is wonderful camping. They are both marked with wooden signs. Soon after the wettest and worst is over, the trail starts winding through old growth forest. Essential trip planning information and detailed trail descriptions are at the core of the book. A popular backpacking trip is to hike the 16.8 km (10.4 mi) Cape Scott Trail to Nels Bight, which typically requires 4–7 hours each way and is rated as easy/moderate in difficulty. The remaining 1.7km to Nel’s Bight is flat and fairly easy. Just after the 5km marker, the trail veers away from the creek slightly. Cape Scott and the North Coast Trail is the first comprehensive guidebook about one of Vancouver Island's most iconic destinations. Campsites: Unlimited space on the beach above the high tide line | Toilet: Outhouse on a spur trail to the left of the main trail | Water: Collect from the creek at the southeast end of the beach. I used this book on my most recent trip to Cape Scott to find lots of off-the-beaten-path stuff. It’s a broad sandy beach that gets amazing sunsets. Cape Scott Weather: Cape Scott is usually cool and wet, even in the middle of summer. The trail dead-ends behind the dyke. just some of the services we can offer. Cape Scott Park offers some of the best hikes on Vancouver Island, BC. For more information about the park, either purchase the guidebook, or visit the links provided here. If you want to camp, here is a list of drive-in campgrounds on the way to the Cape Scott trailhead: If you have time, plan to spend a few more days on northern Vancouver Island to experience the awesome whale watching, kayaking, indigenous sites, and grizzly bear tours. There are actually two beaches here. Cape Scott, Cape Scott Trail, Regional District of Mount Waddington, British Columbia, Canada (50.78656-128.43062). Turn right to continue towards Cape Scott. This section of trail is brand new, as the bridge over the Fisherman River was replaced a few years ago and this section of trail was built to connect it. From the Nel’s/Nissen Junction, it’s an easy downhill hike to Nissen Bight. If you’re on a budget, the North Coast Trail Backpackers Hostel gets good reviews. If you look carefully, you can still see the drainage ditches on either side. You can also spot lots of other wildlife at Cape Scott. However, they are often happy to come out and chat. We can get you to/from the North Coast Trail and Cape Scott trailhead(s) & drop-off spots by water or land. If you’re coming from the mainland I recommend you get the Horseshoe Bay to Departure Bay ferry which lands you in Nanaimo, the central hub of Vancouver Island. The slower you walk, the less likely you will be to slip and fall. The beaches of Cape Scott Park are incredibly beautiful and well worth the hike in. If you look up, you may also see old power poles high above you. Temperatures between June and September are usually 8-15°C (46-59°F). The Cape Scott Trail is located at the northern tip of Vancouver Island. Distance: Up to 1.5km | Elevation Gain/Loss: none | Time: Up to 40 minutes. The main campsites and points of interest along the trail to Cape Scott are in red, additional side hikes are in orange. There are six wilderness campsites along the North Coast Trail: Shushartie Bay, Skinner Creek, Nahwitti River, Cape Sutil, Irony Creek (Shuttleworth Bight) and Laura Creek. A short trail on the left leads out to a small beach. Find the most current and reliable 7 day weather forecasts, storm alerts, reports and information for [city] with The Weather Network. A good method is to hike to Nels Bight to camp there the first night, hike to Cape Scott in the second day and return the third. Print out a copy of your permit or save a screenshot on your phone as the rangers will ask to see it. The trail also changes into a long straight section of old settler corduroy road. You can follow three different rough trails to see them. A few minutes past the blowdown, a signed trail on the left descends a short distance to a gravel beach with some beautiful sea stacks. There are no reservations – everything is first-come, first served. A few years ago we had a wolf run right up to our campfire at Nel’s Bight. There's lots of mud. The North Coast Trail map outlines the logistics, features, hurdles and attractions along the entire length. To arrive at the trailhead, hikers must first drive along 67 kilometres of rubber-piercing logging roads. Looking across the dunes towards Experiment Bight. There is a great view from the top of the dunes and you are likely to have the beach all to yourself. I'll be doing a post on each day with my favourite photos over the coming months. To get to the Cape Scott Trailhead, start by driving the Island Highway (Highway 19) north. Don’t smother your fire with sand. About 1 minute before the junction, an unmarked trail heads slightly uphill into the forest on the east (right) side of the trail. The trail continues down the other side of the mountain to Sea Otter Cove (5.6km from San Josef) and Lowrie Bay (7.5km from San Josef). Use my simple backpacking checklist to get your gear prepped for the hike. Cape Scott Provincial Park is located on the extreme north western tip of Vancouver Island. The inland campground at Eric Lake has a metal fire pit. This is Day 1 of my 5 day Cape Scott hiking trip in July 2015. 63km on gravel road, that got very narrow, has soft shoulders and the last 2 to 4 km, very rough. Coastal hiking and backpacking is a lot different than hiking in the forest or mountains. Go left to continue to Cape Scott. Exploring the old fields at Hansen Lagoon. I'll be doing a post on each day with my favourite photos over the coming months. Hiker, adventure traveller, Leave No Trace trainer and connoisseur of alpine meadows. Yet, when combined with a round trip to/from the Cape Scott Ligthouse, and the trip south to the San Josef staging area, the trip totals nearly 80 km. Look for a faint trail heading north (right) into the forest. Plan to collect water at low tide or pack in water from the trailhead. The eastern portion of the park contains a number of estuaries that are accessible only by boat. If you need to pay fees in person, there is a station where you can deposit money in an envelope. Recently I learned that burning driftwood can create toxic smoke from the salt build up in the logs. About 2km from Guise Bay the old plank road turns into a rough gravel road that the lighthouse keepers drive their tractor on. Keep an eye for lots of other old-growth spruce trees in this section too. You do need to buy a backcountry camping permit if you hike between May 1 and September 30. The Cape Scott trail perfectly show cases the diversity of Canada's wilderness. Pick up time: 1 p.m. For detailed information about booking the North Coast Trail Shuttle, please contact us by phone or email. Some of the links on this blog are affiliate links. Over 100 years ago, Danish settler built a series of dykes across Hansen Lagoon to convert the tidal salt marsh to pastures. You may not even notice the fork since it will seem like you stay on the same main road. Cape Scott Provincial Park is a truly magnificent area of rugged coastal wilderness that is located at the north-western tip of Vancouver Island, 563 kilometers from Victoria. Nissen Bight is 15km from the trailhead. It’s a remote but beautiful place: old-growth rainforest, coastal bog, gorgeous white sand beaches, and lots of historical sites. Each year, thousands of backpackers and nature lovers head to the northern limits of Vancouver Island, bound for the jewel of the region: Cape Scott Provincial Park and the recently completed North Coast Trail. 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