Trailhead Resort

Address: 17268 Parkinson Rd, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0S 1K0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 17268 Parkinson Rd, Port Renfrew.
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      Vancouver Island- Ferries and Flowers

      A travel blog entry by kerridav1 on Aug 17, 2014

      16 photos

      ... older than the pyramids and migratory whales helped pass the time. We spent the afternoon at Victoria Harbour with lots of others with a dragon boat festival in full swing. While OK I certainly prefer to be away from crowds and in more rural locations. Our Korean landlady at our overnight B and B presented us with spicy salad, sushi and fresh blackberries, a very friendly lady. Sunday morning we ...

      Climbing up and down the West Coast Trail

      A travel blog entry by peter_karen on Aug 10, 2012

      57 photos

      ... 15km)
      A really early start due to us not having a watch and needing to get to bus by midday. We smashd out 15km in less than five hours as the trail became smooth and path less muddy. Finished the trail excited, relieved, happy and tired. After a long 6hr bus ride back to Victoria we had a victory party at Molly and Jon's house with Matt and Jess. Cold beer and homemade pizza, just what the doctor ordered (literally, because Molly is a Doctor and Matt is at Med school!)


      Injury and a black wolf

      A travel blog entry by veger on Jun 28, 2012

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... my meal of fresh salmon, gatorade and a granola bar my energy returned. After this episode I put in a mandatory 10 minute rest\food break each hour and it kept my energy up.

      Around kilometer 38 a wolf ran across the trail as we turned a corner, the wolf not more than 20 feet in front of me. We stopped, backed up a little and waited a few minutes for the wolf to hopefully move on, you have no way of knowing as ...

      The end of the world

      A travel blog entry by sarahannwebster on Apr 05, 2011

      45 photos

      ... Tribe, which showed how the Indians there used to hunt whale with spears in canoes in the ocean.

      We then ventured to the Cape Flattery trail, which we agreed offers some of the most breathtaking views in the United States -- with beautiful bluffs overlooking sea stacks in the violent Pacific Ocean.

      Then, after a ...

      It's not the Destination...

      A travel blog entry by billy_d on Sep 25, 2010

      9 photos

      ... br>
      The road of highway 112 was like a Georgia road. It was two-lane and began curvy but stretched out in places. My favorite riding music came on the iPod. Rare Earth’s, “I now I’m Losin’ You.” I loved this song and the energy of the drums. I played it in 1972 while driving my 1968 Dodge Charger down Georgia highway 41 to Griffin, GA. I cranked up the eight track player and placed the ...