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Visitors at the Ucluelet Aquarium
(Brendan van Son photo)

Ucluelet

Hiking

Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)

Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)

Spectacular ocean views are offered on a range of hikes around Ucluelet.

Beaches, temperate rainforest and abundant wildlife beckon on trails such as the easy Wild Pacific Trail, the moderate Wickaninnish and Nuu-chah-nulth trails and the strenuous, challenging West Coast Trail.

The Wild Pacific Trail

Ucluelet's perfectly named Wild Pacific Trail proffers some of the most scenic and rewarding walking on the Pacific Rim. This wholly remarkable trail extends for 8.5km/5.3mi. The happy surprise is its accessibility: young and old, fit and unfit alike can do the trail with relative ease. Walking through ancient spruce and cedar forest and across rocky promontories reveals sights normally reserved for hardcore hikers and hardy explorers.

Spectacular Vistas

Bring a camera and be wowed and wooed by viewing platforms at the best headlands along the route.

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Sea to Sky Expeditions - Squamish

37977 Fourth Ave
Squamish, British Columbia
V8B 0B2
Toll-free800-990-8735
Phone604-815-4202

Sea to Sky Expeditions has been providing quality wilderness experiences since 1988. We offer a wide variety of activities & locations throughout BC. We are British Columbia's hiking experts, come join us on the West Coast Trail or take in a stunning mountain vista. Sea kayak in Johnstone Strait with the orcas or paddle a canoe through the world-class Bowron Lakes circuit. Amazing scenery, great food, certified guides & new friends await! No previous experience required.

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Pacific Rim National Park Reserve - Ucluelet

2185 Ocean Terrace Rd
Ucluelet, British Columbia
V0R 3A0
Toll-free
Phone250-726-4212

The 3 units of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve; Long Beach, the West Coast Trail & Broken Group Islands protect the near shore waters & coastal forest of Vancouver Island's West Coast. The traditional territories of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations encompass this park reserve. Each unit of the park offers a unique experience. Long Beach is famous for its long sandy beaches & rainforest trails. The Broken Group Islands are an archipelago of more than a hundred islands & islets in Barkley Sound. The West Coast Trail is a challenging 75 km historic hiking route along sandstone cliffs, waterfalls & beaches. Please check our website for pricing information.

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