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Beautiful Biking From Tofino To Ucluelet

Tofino to Ucluelet by Bike Via a New Multi-Use Trail

One of the best things that has happened to the Tofino - Ucluelet corridor in years, at least in my opinion, is the building of a new 25 km multi-use trail called ʔapsčiik t̓ašii (pronounced: ups-cheek ta-shee and meaning going in the right direction on the trail) through Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. The trail in the park is bookended by a multi-use trail in Tofino along with another multi-use trail in Ucluelet, providing an…

You'll Be Wowed By The Sunsets In Tofino

Long Beach Lodge Tofino: What its Like to Visit

How do you know a stay away from home is memorable? When you enjoy yourself so much despite the pouring rain and incessant cloud cover that you’d go back in a heartbeat. That’s how my husband and I feel about my time at the stunning Long Beach Lodge Resort in Tofino, British Columbia. If you need a break from work, life or just want to be inspired by the beauty of the west coast, Long…

Paddle In Scenery Like This - With Islands, Mountains And Rainforests Always In View

Kayaking Clayoquot Sound in BC

Kayaking Clayoquot Sound, on the remote west coast of Vancouver Island was my first ever sea kayaking adventure. That trip was the start of my love affair with the sport. Since then I, along with my husband, have done countless kayaking trips, primarily to spots off of Vancouver Island, though we've done some inland paddling as well. It's a memorable experience kayaking Clayoquot Sound. To start with it’s ruggedly beautiful with classic west coast mountain…

Paddle In Scenery Like This - With Islands, Mountains And Rainforests Always In View

5 Outstanding BC Kayak Trips You’ll Want to Do

Summer has finally arrived in British Columbia. To me that means it's time to dust off my sea kayak and head for the ocean. It's one of THE reasons I moved to British Columbia. I absolutely love the beauty of the places I visit, the wildlife, the birds, the moodiness of the ocean, the sunsets, the campfires and the time to fully disconnect from the world. Continue reading to discover 5 BC kayak trips you'll…

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