Hiking Trails & Points of Interest

Kitimat's pristine geography ensures many scenic hiking trails and pedestrian pathways.  The community is uniquely connected with a series of paths through various green spaces that are situated to eliminate excessive crossing of major streets.

Trails connect residential neighbourhoods to the natural landscapes which surround our town. Looking for a change of scenery?  Try one of the many hiking trails and other points of interest in and around Kitimat.

The District of Kitimat, within the municipal boundaries, offers a number of hiking trails and outdoor opportunities. The hiking trails are easy family hikes through old growth forest; however, prior to taking young children one should hike the trails to assess the difficulty and time required to complete the outing. Trails are flagged with orange markers on trees by the Snow Valley Nordic Ski Club.  Look for markers ± 8 feet above ground on larger trees.  There are no garbage facilities available along any of the trails. All are user maintained sites.

There are also two beautiful cabins, one on Clague Mountain and the other on Robinson Ridge, that can be booked at our Leisure Services facilities ($10/night for members or $20/night for non-members).  Both cabins are maintained by the Kitimat Snowmobile and Hikers Club, a local, non-profit, volunteer organization.  In order to ensure the longevity of the cabin, the Club asks that users contribute via an annual membership purchase and club donation for planned overnight stays. 

Please see the brochures below for more information:

View the Kitimat Guides & Maps page from the Tourism Kitimat website; information to assist you in enjoying your outdoor adventures both safely and memorably.