Inukshuk Village – Duncan, British Columbia - Atlas Obscura
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Inukshuk Village

A collection of Inukshuks built and left by several hikers. 

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Mount Tzouhalem is located in Duncan, British Columbia. It contains several trails, including those designed specifically for mountain biking. 

After walking up, hikers can enjoy the cross landmark with an astonishing view of the city and Quamichan Lake. On the way, visitors will encounter an inukshuk village with dozens of different inukshuks. These little stone towers were built and left by hikers on their previous trips to the mountain.

This is such a magical place as the inukshuks are in the middle of a beautiful forest and each of them were built and left by strangers. 

Know Before You Go

A lot of the hiking trails are shared with mountain bikers, so remain vigilant. 

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