Telegraph Cove Rainforest Tours
Telegraph Cove is located in one of the last untouched areas of the North American continent. The surrounding temperate rainforests are rich with life that has been used for millennia by the Kwakwaka'wakw (Kwakiutl) peoples, the traditional inhabitants of the area. Embedded in the land are the rich culture, history and traditions. Come explore this natural museum and learn all about the unique flora and fauna and interesting stories that lie within it.
Join our experienced guide for an interpretive hike through lush coastal temperate rainforest to a breath-taking viewpoint overlooking Johnstone Strait and the surrounding islands. Excellent spot for marine mammals and bird-watching. It finishes off at a rocky beach haven perfect for relaxation and soaking in your surroundings.
Location: Blinkhorn - Bauza Cove loop trail (Telegraph Cove, BC)
Distance: 2.32 km
Time: Approximately 2 hours
Level: Easy-moderate (some variable terrain and short incline)
Cost: $30 per adult; $15 for children under 12
Meeting spot: In front of the Blinkhorn trail sign on Telegraph Cove campgrounds.
*Additional trail option: For those with limited mobility or time restrictions, an alternate, short, flat trail finishing off in beautiful Bauza Cove is available. Please inquire when booking.
+What to bring
- Good walking shoes
- Weather appropriate clothing
- Binoculars (optional)
- Hiking poles (optional)
All participants are required to fill out a waiver before the tour. Please click here to fill out waiver.