Thanks for a great summer season, see you when the snow flies.
Short trail with a series of benches to honour the lives of staff, family and friends.
Enjoy this spectacular sea to sky panorama from the peak of the mountain.
What was once a bike trail has now become one of the more formidable hikes on the mountain. Trail marked with BLUE FLAGS.
Following the famous ski run, Linton's Trail provides great awe inspiring views of Strathcona Park and Mt. Albert Edward. Trail marked with RED FLAGS.
This trail winds through West Basin and then peaks at little Mount Washington before descending through alpine meadows. The trail is completed at the bottom of the ridge and requires hikers to return back to the eagle unload Trail marked with PINK FLAGS.
It's steep up and steep down, the most challenging way to get to the peak. Trail marked with YELLOW tape.
LIVE WEATHER STATIONS
Strathcona Provincial Park, designated in 1911, is the oldest provincial park in British Columbia. Located almost in the centre of Vancouver Island, Strathcona park is a rugged mountain wilderness comprising more than 250,000 hectares. Mountain peaks – some perpetually mantled with snow – dominate the park. Lakes and alpine tarns dot a landscape laced with rivers, creeks and streams. Summer in Strathcona is usually pleasantly warm, while winters are fairly mild except for the higher levels, where heavy snowfalls are the norm. From November through March, snowfalls can be expected on the mountain slopes and alpine plateaus. Snow remains all year on the mountain peaks and may linger into July even at moderate elevations. Summer evenings, as elsewhere in the coastal regions of B.C., can be cool and rain can be expected at any time of the year.