There is nothing more appealing than a walk through the natural wilderness and Canada has opportunities in abundance to take you close to nature like no other place. After part 1, here we are with some more multiple-day hikes in Canada for your inspiration.
The Sunshine Coast Trail In British Columbia
This is a huge 112 miles long trail that takes about 12 days to complete from beginning to the end. So, as you book cheap flights for hiking this trail, make sure you schedule for a 15 or 20 days holiday.
The good part is that this trail has multiple access points and hikers can plan to hike it in sections. The trail starts from Desolation Sound area and goes up to Saltery Bay. It has many huts for hikers and hiking from hut to hut is free but you may have to share the huts with other fellow hikers.
The East Coast Trail In Newfoundland & Labrador
This long but beautiful trail runs alongside Avalon Peninsula. It is a 335 miles long trail with 18 different access points. If you have just a day or two, hike a small section. On this trail, hikers can see icebergs, lighthouses, sea stacks, fjords and cliffs. Apart from this, hikers can also experience walking on a suspension bridge, get to see 32 historical communities and 2 of the active archeological sites.
Akshayuk Pass in Nunavut
Situated on the Baffin Island of Ayuittuq National Park, Akshayuk Pass is a 65 miles long trail. Out on this trail, hiker can see the tallest rock cliff in the world – Mt Thor but for that you will need to cover at least 6 days of journey.
Other than that, you will also experience sheer faced mountains, hanging glaciers and if you are lucky enough, you can also see polar bears on this trail.
The Chilkoot Trail in British Columbia
This trail was once used for gold rush during Klondike gold rush. This 33 miles trail is very popular in Canada and a lot of people book cheap flight tickets to Canada for experiencing this trail of great historic importance.