Soule Creek Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Soule Creek Lodge Port Renfrew
Travel Blogs from Port Renfrew
... a 'drive around' to get our bearings and found ourselves in the parking lot for the Botanical Beach and Botany Bay loop trail. We did the damp and muddy trail even though it was high tide and the tidal pools were not accessible. It was a good introduction to a Pacific Coast hike for us. Although there were wet spots, most streams were bridged or had wooded walkways to protect ...
We left Comox at about 8:30 a.m. This morning. There was a lot of road to travel to our campground. It was on the west side of the island so we could catch a glimpse of the Juan de Fuca strait. Unfortunately the mist had fallen densely on the whole area starting at 4:30 and as we decided to go for a walk of about an hour and ...
... native canoes pulled up on the beach. They were in Port Angeles and now they are here in Neah Bay. The canoeists are members of several First Nation tribes in Washington and British Columbia. They are headed down the coast to Taholah as part of the "Paddle to Quinault 2013." 2013 marks the 225th anniversary of the first contact between the newly independent United States and the coastal cultures of the Pacific Northwest. The purpose of ...
... couldn't use anything we brought with us, except for some matches. It was kind of raining, so mostly everything was wet. In the end, we did get a fire started, but it did take some work.
John steamed up the mussels, and most of the class ate one. I did as well. I grabbed a small one, pried it open, and shoved it in my mouth. I bit once, (in hind-sight that was a mistake) and swallowed. It wasn't the worst thing i tasted, but i probably won't do ...
... from too much time together.
And so it began in a mad rush, getting gear and food together for a multi day expedition on the other side of the world is a ton of fun and not stressful in the slightest. The logistics of meeting up, getting ready and getting on the trail were compounded when Krista got a job interview in New York, meaning she and Nate had to exit the trail at the only exit point, 4 days in! But it was a truly amazing hike, with great company, food and ...