Bamfield Lodge and Cottages

275 Boardwalk, Bamfield, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0R 1B0, Canada | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 275 Boardwalk, Bamfield, is near Pacific Rim National Park, South Chesterman Beach, Rainforest Trail, and West Coast Safaris.
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    Travel Blogs from Bamfield

    Going on bear Hunt

    A travel blog entry by mstoffy on Jul 04, 2014

    12 photos

    Late start to the morning Hana wouldn't get her butt out of bed. It was nice to be out of the RV and sleeping in real bed. The accommodation at Woods End landing (base camp) is nice and cosy with 2 queen bunks. One bed per person, so we could spread out comfortably. Heading out to explore Bamfield and do some bear hunting and what should I notice on the back of the cabin door? Yep, you got it, another Beware Bear sign warning us of a bear in the area. I decided I was ...

    A lesson in reality

    A travel blog entry by veger on Jun 26, 2012

    4 photos

    The WCT is tough, much tougher than I thought. We are at Michigan creek campsite 12kms in, I am in the tent thankful for the sleep I am about to receive. My feet are throbbing but I am warm and well fed.

    Linda is excellent on the trail she fell once ...

    Salmon, Ferries, & Rainforest

    A travel blog entry by adarandjeremy on Oct 21, 2010

    2 comments, 8 photos

    by Jeremy

    Leaving the the Canadian Rockies, we headed westward stopping at Adam's River to catch the Sockeye Salmon Run, reportedly the largest in the last 100 years. What is large you ask? Between 4-6 million salmon made the journey from the coast this year to return to their spawning grounds. During the 251 mile (one-way) swim, they don't eat and their bodies turn bright red, their heads bright green, and their jaw recede from ...

    Of Buddha, Douglas Firs, & Swimming in the Pacific

    A travel blog entry by babadon on Sep 23, 2010

    4 comments, 8 photos

    There it was. In the middle of a display of marble statues imported from China. A laughing Buddha. So I smiled and went by his side. Shades of the East already! (This was at a store called Coombs, on the way to Port Alberni.)

    I have always wanted to see a grove of West Coast Firs. Phil stopped his car in the middle of Cathedral Grove. Most ...

    The day it rained, Tsusiat Falls to Crib Creek

    A travel blog entry by teamzandy on Sep 06, 2010

    1 photo

    So we were up at 5.45am to pack up camp and set off on a tough 17km hike to the next water source. This was going to be a hard day. Andy was concerned it would take us 11 hours and I was already having anxiety attacks about Logan Creek, but he had just about persuaded me to continue. Unfortunately it had rained in the night - a lot and was still raining. Add to that, we had left the groundsheet pegged out and it ...