Dozens of hiking trails for hikers and bikers of all levels of skill and endurance. Ask at the visitor’s centre for the ratings to match with your experience level. Some are simple, moderately difficult, historical, steep, by meadows and streams, or lots of climbing and long distance.


The well-maintained Log Train Trail is its entirety, is 22 kilometers long. You can “do” the whole thing or access the trail at various points. Along the way watch for remnants of train trestle bridges and see if you can find evidence of the old railway ties beneath your feet.


Provincial parks have regulations that prohibit the removal of any natural resources from the parks. Ask at the visitor’s centre for a brochure, and maps of campsites, showing trails and facilities for camper comfort.