Follow the windy route to the top of this small hill and be rewarded with sweeping views of the Malahat, the Highlands, Victoria and the Olympic Mountains. Look higher still and you may be lucky to glimpse the eagles and hawks that call this area home.
Lone Tree Hill Regional Park was established as a park in 1982. While the climb is steep at times, the trail is well established to the 364-metre summit.
The park’s namesake was a bonsai-like Douglas-fir tree, which was designated a “Heritage Tree.” Only four-metres tall, it graced the hillside for more than two centuries.