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... from the bakery in town. Then off to explore the other section of Wild Pacific Trail. This is right on the end of the Ucuelet peninsula and offers breath taking views over the rocks and out to sea. Even with the fog rolling in, now quite heavily, the views were impressive. Our entire walk was accompanied by the haunting tones of the fog horn echoing through the trees. The rain forest meets the coast all ...
... https://www.facebook.com/shipwreckcoast ucluelet) and they told us a lot about the area and a local secret about where to see Sea Lions.
I can't believe I have been on Vancouver Island for 6 weeks already!! The only thing that would make it better is if friends and family would could be here too.
Well what to say....it's exquisite here, we give it a "Bec and Todd" rating of 9 out of 10!
Highlights of Ucluelet...well its just a quaint little untouched beachy town, very very small kind of like Lancelin in Perth, but with the added attraction of the most beautiful lush forests that meets the ocean...and with the best fish and chips EVER!!
Tofino, whilst also being a little jewel, is very touristy - but in ...
Day 19: June 4, 2012
Hot Springs Cove to Pacific Rim National Park
Distance traveled – one hour boat ride down the coast, with Maris from Ocean Outfitters, then 32 km
Wow… another amazing day. We got up early this morning – around 7a.m. – and headed straight over to the Hot Springs for an early morning dip. Another 10 minute walk, 45 minute hike and we were back…
This time we jumped right in. ...
... trees were 300 years old, but the grandmother of all: 800 years old. That meant that it was already 300 years old when Columbus "discovered" America!
September 22, (when we spent this day travelling 470 kms. to the furthermost point west accessible by car) was a red letter day for me. The first time I touched the Paciific (actually swam in ...