“A great trail that can actually be used as a loop in conjunction with Pauline Clarke Trail.”
— Shane Hendrickson
Birding · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Open year round.
Watch for rocks and roots, especially the first 1/3rd of the trail. After that, it's pretty easy and clear.
George's Way is a great trail that can be used as a loop. It splits near the start - the high road (left) is Georges Way, and the low road (right) is the Pauline Clarke Trail.
Expect a pretty good climb for the first third. There is a stream to cross near the split, and there is a bridge but it is almost always under water. Volunteers have put rocks across so you can save your shoes from getting wet. Watch for fallen trees as well although they are usually cleared up fairly quickly.
You'll be sharing this trail with horses and other foot traffic, but sightings are rare. After about a third of the way into the trail, it starts to descend slightly, pretty much until you meet up with the Thornhill Trail
. Wear a bear bell during bear season.
Flora & Fauna
Northwest coast rainforest greenery.