Breakers Resort

Address: 8940 Clarkson Dr, Black Creek, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9J 1B1, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 8940 Clarkson Dr, Black Creek.
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      Sailing Desolation Sound

      A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz on Sep 20, 2014

      12 photos

      ... peaceful bays or sheltered behind little islands by night and by day explored the inlets and passages that make up this beautiful part of our province.
      Sailing is such a neat way to travel; to see and explore an area that otherwise could not be experienced. To travel by boat and call the boat home for eight days is quite peaceful and rejuvanating and enables you to realize we really don't need much to survive, or even have a ...

      White Lightening and The Silver Bullet

      A travel blog entry by millervilles on Jul 31, 2014

      7 photos

      ... details of the trip. The group had a beer as we learned the rules and some info on the area. The plan was to meet tomorrow at the ferry station to catch two water taxies that would take us on a three hour ride that could be treacherous to say the least. The Johnstone Straight is one of the most volatile waterways in the world with whirlpools, hidden obstacles and a tide that can rise and drop 16 feet in places. This would prove to be an interesting ...

      Still in Alaska

      A travel blog entry by chizzer on May 26, 2013

      ... sunny sky. so beautiful. There were little pieces of ice floating on the water, shining bright pale blue. Some were what we would call small Ice floes. We were still looking out for the elusive bears! Lots of twists and turns, and then we finally turned another corner to see the most wonderful sight. The Sawyer Glacier. I can only describe it as looking as ifa massive waterfall had suddenly frozen. It was an icy blue colour, ...

      To the north of the island

      A travel blog entry by josep7778 on Aug 02, 2011

      4 photos

      ... the trail. After some kms going nowhere, we find the way back, 2 hours later than we thought. They should think about learning from US national parks about putting signs on trails.
      Our next stop a few miles away from Port Alberni is at Little Qualicim Falls. They are really nice, recommended 100%. A short loop follows the river stream, and shows some beautiful falls.
      Going on to Sayward, we decide to stop ...

      Squirrel Cove to Teakrene Arm

      A travel blog entry by erickandrachel on Aug 14, 2009

      ... a rock wall that went up about 60 feet above the water line. 

      After getting our anchorage sorted, we hiked over to Castle Lake and went for a swim. There was a nice rock cliff to jump off of, but only about half as high as the cliff at Tenedos Bay. After the swim, Erick went out fishing and caught a medium size lingcod...our first of the trip. Rachel did a work out on the boat and then whipped up a chicken stir fry.

      Luckily we had a very calm night on the ...