This trail climbs up Lone Cone Mountain on Meares Island. With a 730 meter summit, Lone Cone offers fantastic views of the Tofino peninsula and Clayoquot Sound. It's a fairly short hike; however, it can be difficult at times because of the mud which persists even in the summer months.
Meares Island is apart of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nation's reserve. To travel to the island, you'll need to take the Tofino Water Taxi. The boat ride takes is $40 round-trip and takes roughly 15 minutes each way. The boat lands at the Kakawis dock, and from here, you'll travel south-east for about 1km along a gravel road. You'll see signs marking the trail head on your left.
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