Little Huson Park

Nestled in the Nimpkish Valley, just a 20 minute drive off the Island Highway, Little Huson Cave Park features limestone and rock arch formations.

A short trail through the woods from the parking lot brings you to a platform overlooking a unique rock bridge and deep pools filled with clear green water from Little Huson Lake.

View the spectacular cave formations by the lake or walk the trail to see the magnificent limestone arches and rock platforms.

Spectacular natural beauty, containing karst features which are unique to Vancouver Island

Park Highlight:

Caving experiences for all levels – even if you’re not interested in going underground.

Emerge from a forest trail, follow the path to the viewing platform, and stand in the river-cooled air to get your first look at one part of this unique land bridge formation. The river roars into an opening in the limestone and downstream you will have to stand back to take in the scale of the rock arch standing above deep pools filled with clear green water. Along the riverbank, you can peer into shadowy openings and click on your flashlight to begin your underground exploration.

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Getting there:

From the Island Highway (Hwy 19), take the Zeballos turn-off just north of Woss onto a gravel logging road; Follow the signs to Little Huson Cave Regional Park.

Regional District of Mount Waddington Little Huson Cave Park offers just a small taste of the many caves and limestone features that form part of the Quatsino formation that runs through much of Northern Vancouver Island.