Your weather when it really mattersTM


Please choose your default site


Asia - Pacific


Tahsis River Swimming Hole, BC


-- -








Tahsis River Swimming Hole Short Term Forecast

Beach Conditions

Tahsis city with beautiful rugged and rocky terrain has a fjord that is ideal for kayaking and provides access to many wilderness trails. Tahsis was little more than a tiny fur trading outpost until logging was introduced in the early 1900s. Tahsis expanded in the 1950s and a small village developed. In 1972 the road from Tahsis to Gold River opened to the public and more families came to settle. This area has a reputation for world class swimming and massive amounts of wild salmon migrate to their spawning grounds here every yearTahsis is famous for its hiking some of it’s most well known hiking trails include: Coral Cave Trail or the Lookout Trail The Maquinna Trail The Woss Lake Grease Trail and The Nootka Trail.These trails are suitable for experienced hikers most take at least a day to complete and it is recommended that hikers take water as little drinkable water is available along the trails.Coral Cave Trail and the Lookout Trail are the easiest of the hikes and can be completed within a day. These trails can be accessed from a logging road that’s just passed Maquinna Resort at the end of town. Each trail takes 3 to 4 hours to complete and offers breathtaking views of the Tahsis Inlet.This beach is one of those beaches that will be measured 'as needed' by the Vancouver Island Health Authority. This means that the Vancouver Island Health Authority may keep the beaches open to swimmers despite the potential dangers to swimmers. Fraser Riverkeepers will always mark this beach with a grey rating (unless they begin to monitor the beach more frequently) to warn swimmers of potential dangers. When swimming in these waters always exercise caution.
Water Quality
Current Status
The status of this beach is GREY
Recent and/or reliable water quality information is unavailable.


Clear Sky


0% clear sky
100% total cloud coverage

Wet and Dry Hours


0% POP
100% POP
Default saved

Search Location


Sign In

Please sign in to use this feature.