Situated north of Greater Vancouver and on the southern end of the Sunshine Coast, Gibsons can be found edging and overlooking the cool waters of the Strait of Georgia.
This quaint seaside town is a 40-minute ferry ride from West Vancouver and is considered a "Gateway to the Sunshine Coast," offering a myriad of outdoor and recreational experiences - including some incredible hiking opportunities.
Soames Hill Park (also sometimes known as "The Knob") is a hiker's paradise stretching some 150 acres and boasting more than four kilometres of trails throughout the park, and varying in difficulty - including a scenic 434-step staircase. At the summit, you're sure to be rewarded with breathtaking views of Gibsons, Keats Island and Vancouver islands, and the North Shore Mountains on a clear day.
Soames Hill is a steep hike that is located in Gibsons and has incredible views that look towards Keats Island and out towards the Strait of Georgia.