Cottages at Woods End Landing in Bamfield

Address: 380 Cape Beale Trail, Bamfield, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0R 1B0, Canada | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 380 Cape Beale Trail, Bamfield.
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          • Kitchenette
          • Pets allowed

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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 ...

          Heading for last stop Victoria

          A travel blog entry by cjduley on Sep 14, 2012

          61 photos

          ... I was recording the presentation speech with the captain and entertainments officer walking up the aisle and he was suddenly talking over me to Ging wanting her to pick a ticket for a lucky prize draw. They then went to the far side and asked someone else to pick another card. The person was also asked where they were from and we realised that by pure coincidence he had selected our table companion - so we had plenty to talk about at dinner ...

          Crew Change

          A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns on Jun 11, 2012

          4 photos

          The timing of our operations at Folger Passage was chosen to allow for a crew change. Not far from Bamfield Marine Science Centre, we were able to arrange a boat to retrieve about 10 members of our crew and bring in their replacements. In only a few hours, the change was complete and we were getting the newbies acquainted with their roles. It was a little sad to see some of them leave – even those that ...

          Salmon, Ferries, & Rainforest

          A travel blog entry by adarandjeremy on Oct 21, 2010

          2 comments, 8 photos

          ... and we probably won't be telling future custom officials this fact.

          We stopped by a college friend of my mother's, Nadine, for a night of homemade crab cakes (if you mix scallops in with them, the crab meat goes farther and they are just as yummy) and good conversation about travel in Southeast Asia, and area Nadine was returned to many times of the years. From Northern Washington it was onward to my parent's outside Silver Creek.


          Because west is best

          A travel blog entry by squigglewiggle on Oct 01, 2010

          21 photos

          ... by 'theres a cougar on site but we havent seen it in the past few days so it might have gone, but if you see it your ******' talk.
          Next morning we were up at the red eye for brekkie and broken off into groups (mine had only 7 people in it - i was put with the algae lot) into some temperate rainforest (old growth and new growth) to go find us some fungi. And fungi we did find! some of it turned out to be suitably deadly ...