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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 ...
Today, Mom and I decided to explore the Port Renfrew area with our trusty Mazda 2 car rental.
Our first destination was the local Port Renfrew beach. It was quite close to the place we were renting. Mom and I parked the car and then proceeded to walk to the beach. There were quite a few people camping at the beach in tents and RVs. The walk along the beach was quite nice.
Along the beach were a lot of fallen trees that were quite weather warren. ...
... Krista and Nate, In the afternoon we saw whales playing from a headland along the trail. Tsusiat Falls was nice, but crowded and we were both super exhausted.
Day 4 - Tsusiat Falls to Darling Creek (11km)
Easy day walking to one of our favourite campsites at Darling Creek. Campsite had whales just offshore, only one other couple, and an amazing waterfall hidden just upstream. Hiking was great as we neared the end.
Day 5 - Darling Creek to ...
... hours, it rained all day and ended with 15 minutes of sleet for good measure. There Is a bailout point at Ninitat narrows as I was extremely exhausted from not eating enough and could barely travel 10 feet without stopping, I seriously evaluated my ability to continue, but ultimately knew it was a result of not eating. So with the knowledge that I could get a hot meal from the ferry operator I felt safe to ...
... where we asked around to find out how best to plan our visit. Alas, there were no stickers to be had for the Honda’s bumper, but we did get some good information from the park rangers.
From the park headquarters, we drove up to Hurricane Ridge, about a half hour away. This lookout yielded some beautiful views, one of which gazed out over the water we’d traversed that morning, with Vancouver Island clearly visible in ...