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
... decided to take alternative - climb up through a creek. The trail was not really well kept and the rain of the last days did not help. After this alternative we were dirty, wet and totally exhausted. Somehow we managed to get to our final campsite at Little Kutschie at km 33. There was even a bit of sunshine that allowed us to dry our things a bit. We cooked some pasta and went for a rewarding ...
... We had a pleasant, quiet time in Port Renfrew. It is really just a tiny fishing village and as the season is now over it's almost shut down. There's one hotel (pub) which does an OK lunch with a choice of one kind of white wine and three beers! We stayed in a kind of eco lodge, way at the top of the hill with fabulous views all around. It was a little bit of a "hippy" type place but we met some nice people and the owners are actually ...
... rained heavily all day yesterday in Seattle area so we weren't sure what it was going to be like today.
Enjoying the drizzle, we crossed Puget Sound on the ferry, and the weather cleared up by Port Angeles. We could see Vancouver island and parts of the Olympic mountains.
We drive to the visitor center to get my national park stamp, first one of this trip. Not the last either. ...
... to our captain Russ afterwards we learned that we ended up travelling 80 miles on the water only to spot whales basically just outside Victoria harbour haha. However we learned our lesson that day - never take the first whale boat of the day because no-one actually knows where the whales are! All the different companies split up and go searching and they keep in contact via radio till someone spots some whales. The next boat after us would've headed right out to where we were and ...
... are on the beach). So day ended happily.
Day 2 - 30 Mile Creek to Walbran Campsite
Another long day ended on the coast. Lots of mud and ladders, including one gorge the required 9 ladders down to a big suspension bridge and another 9 ladders up. But it meant the worst was over and campsite was very nice. Krista and Nate are great company. Pete's first (and last) dip in the Pacific ocean.
Day 3 - Walbran Creek to Cribs Creek (14km)
First day ...