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Seagate Pier East Face Repairs are Now In-Progress

Attention Seagate Pier Patrons

Repairs to the east face of the Seagate Pier, located at 8500 Granville Street commenced February 19, 2020 and are anticipated to continue for 4 to 6 weeks. During construction, access to the east end of the pier will be limited. For questions or concerns, please contact the Port Hardy Harbour Authority at (250)-949-6332 or the District of Port Hardy (250)-949-6665.

North Coast Trail

Officially opened in May of 2008, the North Coast Trail is a 46 kilometre wilderness adventure composed of a Class 3 trail and several environmentally-sensitive BC Parks campgrounds. The trail links to the current trail end of Cape Scott Park at Nissan Bight and continues to the Cape Scott Trail end at Shushartie Bay.


The trail includes boardwalks and bridges, sections along open beach, stream and cable car river crossings, and will also make use of portions of the old Settler’s Trail built almost a century ago. The Trail, plus the existing Cape Scott Trail, will make a continuous approximately 70 kilometre hiking adventure along the northern tip of Vancouver Island.


North Coast Trail