Trail Maps

Vancouver Island’s moderate climate provides abundant rainfall that collects in streams and cascades eastwards; connecting the land to the sea. The resulting watersheds divide the land into many different habitats for wildlife including native plants and salmon. These habitats hold a remarkable variety of ecologically sensitive regions, preserved lands, seascapes, streams and river corridors.

While the Oyster, Campbell, Salmon and Adam Rivers are the largest waterways supporting salmon in this area, numerous small streams are also home to salmon and other fish species. Near urban areas, the small streams and watersheds have specific stewardship groups. Greenways Land Trust supports these groups by partnering, aiding, assisting and providing people and resources.

These are some of our most popular local trails and their maps:


Remember to tread lightly in these beautiful natural spaces by staying on the designated paths, and leaving no trace while you explore.


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