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Lors de mon premier voyage en BC, j'avais vraiment suivi le circuit touristique classique: Vancouver, Victoria, petit train pour rejoindre Nanaimo, ensuite Tofino, le Clayoquot Sound et le Pacific Rim National Park, et de lÓ retour Ó Vancouver. Le petit train Útait excellent avec plein de …
... museum and display of very important potlatch objects that were essentially stolen from the people when potlatch was outlawed. When potlatch was no longer outlawed in 1950, a whole generation was unfamiliar with this important culture. Fortunately some elders could lead the people. But their items were not returned to the First Nations for another 50 years ...a very ...
... as we can see. Just starting our way to Tofino, the third black bear! Again crossing the road, few choices to take a picture.
Tofino is at the far end of Pacific Rim, and there are Tsunami alert signs everywhere, indicating evacuation routes and safe zones. We don't like the town, so we buy a capuccino and head for Ucluelet, on the other side of Pacific Rim. Seems the same, so we fill up the tank and start our way back to ...
... we arrived back at the B&B. We probabyl could have done without having a 3 hour hike that led nowhere the day before we started what is regarded as one of the toughest trails in North America. But hey, I got to test out my walking poles and we answered that age old question and thus can confirm - Bears do indeed **** in the woods.
Pacheena Bay Trailhead to Darling River CG
14 km - 6 hrs
This morning we had no need for an alarm clock. The birds did a natural job, starting their seranade around 04h00. We were up by 06h15 and got busy with all the things needed to get us on the trail - getting dressed, putting away sleeping bags and mats, taking down the the tent, eating ...