Fort Rupert Trail

Point Of Interest

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Bear Cove Highway, Port Hardy, British Columbia


LENGTH: 3.7 KM The Commuter Trail, also known as The Fort Rupert Trail, is a historic walk through Kwagu territory. This route was used to commute between villages at Tayagu and Bear Cove. Nowadays it is a beautiful hike through first and second growth forests; keep an eye out for culturally modified trees. The has two trailheads, located off Beaver Harbour Road and Bear Cove Highway both have local First Nations artwork at each entrance. The trail includes boardwalk and a gravel type surfaces, and some uphill terrain. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: 50.707904 Lng: -127.470199

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Mostly boardwalk through the forest and along a lake. You'll end up at Storey's beach. Or you can also start from Storey's beach.. 4 km one way, about 1 hour one way.


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