Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
British Columbia's been deemed by many an outdoorsman's paradise, and the best way to see it is in this national park on Vancouver Island. Pacific Rim has three separate units: the West Coast Trail, the Long Beach unit (where you can stroll the rocky, tree-lined shores of the Pacific), and the Broken Group Islands unit, an archipelago of rocks and islands only accessible by boat. Once you get past the water, you'll find yourself in a natural wonderland of waterfalls, rainforest, sandstone cliffs, and beaches, all of which can be seen by backpacking through the park.
Must-do: Hike the West Coast Trail. You don't need to do all 47 miles, but if you go to the park, this is the unit to see.