Sechelt Heritage Forest
This area is known for its well marked network of community built hiking trails, that wind through large trees in a second growth forest, close to Sechelt. There are a handful of large 'vets'-old trees that survived fires and past harvesting, which are marked on the map. Maps at the trail junctions help you navigate your way through the dozens of trails available to chose from. Lookouts provide views of Sechelt and the peninsula. There is a nice wide trail from the parking lot that has a gravel surface with low grades for visitors with low mobility.
From Sechelt, drive north on Wharf Road, towards Porpoise Bay Provincial Park. Turn right onto Sechelt Inlet Road, drive for about 9km, through Porpoise Bay Park. There is a small parking area on the right with a sign that says 'Hidden Grove', just before you get to the Sandy Hook turn off.