Teodoro Trail is a beautiful loop trail perfect for an afternoon hike, and a great place to view a Vancouver Island old growth forest. Perhaps the best way to access the trail is to drive to the trailhead and park in the cleared area when you come to the bridge over Weiner Creek. If you are driving from Port Alberni, turn right opposite Sproat Lake Landing. Then right again immediately up a short hill past a Kiosk announcing the Community Forest. Turn left on the road you come to within 50 meters and drive to the parking area.
From the trailhead Teodoro Trail continues uphill through second growth forest, until eventually coming out in a strand of old growth Douglas Fir. Good views of Sproat Lake are afforded from open bluffs in this area. The trail continues through the old growth and back down the bluffs to pick up the logging road again. Turn left and go down the logging road for a short distance to where the trail leaves the road on the right. Continue downhill to a road paralleling the power lines and Weiner Creek. Follow this road up stream until you reach the bridge. The trail is named after Teodoro Cabrera, a Mexican environmental activist who was jailed in 1999 for opposing logging in old growth forests.