Pender Hill is a short hike on the Sunshine Coast that leads to a beautiful lookout over Pender Harbour and the Malaspina Strait. It is one of the most recommended hikes on the Sunshine Coast. From the lookout, you can see the surrounding mountains, the ocean, and watch seaplanes taking off and landing.
Mount Elphinstone is a tall peak on the southern Sunshine Coast. The trained eye can pick out this summit from several Sea to Sky and Squamish hikes, such as The Chief. At an elevation of 1,232 m and 13 km in distance, the Elphinstone Summit Trail offers a good challenge
Here’s how you can camp on the edge of epic. We’re giving you a list of suggestions and a big dose of inspiration about how you can experience B.C.’s largest Gulf Island called Texada.
A B.C. Provincial Park, Skookumchuck Narrows is located in Egmont, on the Sunshine Coast. The park was establish in 1957 and is home to one of the coolest phenomena you’ll find anywhere in British Columbia; the mighty Sechelt Rapids. The word ‘skookumchuck’ itself comes from the Chinook language and means ‘strong water’. To say the water is strong is putting it lightly.