The Fairview Bay Hut was the first to be built in the fall of 2009, and is the prototype for all the other open, or partially open, shelters on the Sunshine Coast Trail. In the summer of 2014 renovations were made to completely enclose this hut and add a covered porch. It’s a beautiful destination for a day hike, and a great spot to camp overnight.
A two-hour marine hike from the Saltery Bay ferry terminal, this shelter can also serve those paddling the BC Marine Trail. It is located in a beautiful, serene spot with a magnificent ocean view. A nearby sandy beach makes a good location for swimming on hot days. Oysters can be found on the beach in season. Be aware of red tide blooms.
Fairview Bay Hut At-A-Glance
- Fully enclosed shelter
- Outhouse, picnic tables, fire pit, sleeping loft, beach, covered porch