Mount Arrowsmith Massif Regional Park

This park spans over 1,300 hectares and includes both Mount Arrowsmith and Mount Cokely. Visit in late spring and early summer to see the alpine meadows awash with flowers. White tailed Ptarmigan live on the high ridges, and there is historical evidence of the Vancouver Island Marmot inhabiting the area. A network of long-standing alpine trails serve the intermediate and experienced hiker heading up Mount Arrowsmith or Mount Cokely. Novices should consider guided hikes like those offered through RDN Recreation and Parks.

What to do
Birdwatching
Hiking
How to get there

For information about recreational access to the park via private logging roads, visit Mosaic Forest Management. The park is also accessible by climbing Arrowsmith CPR Regional Trail and hiking through the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District's Mount Arrowsmith Regional Park.