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Best Parks, Trails and Places in Bamfield, BC, Canada

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The West Coast Trail (WCT) is one of Canada's most famous multi-day backpacking and wilderness camping hiking trails. It is located in the world famous Pacific Rim National Park on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The trail measures over 74 kilometres long...
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The Broken Islands is a collection of 100 or so islands and islets popular for kayaking, boating, scuba diving and sailing located off the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The Broken Islands are part of the Pacific Rim National Park. The communities with the best water
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The Pacific Rim National Park is located on the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The park is world renown for its remote sandy beaches, wilderness camping opportunities, kayaking, hiking and backpacking,
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Bamfield Boardwalk Trail. Board the water taxi to West Bamfield. Right from the dock there is a waterfront boardwalk path with great views connecting the ferry dock with the Coast Guard Marine Station and the Government Dock. There are sitting benches, lookout points and a cafe.
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There is a sandy beach with large driftwood logs scattered along the coastline. There is a campground. Pachena Bay Beach enjoys many including camping, beachcombing, sightseeing, wildlife viewing, picnicking and hiking.
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Keeha Bay Trail is a short, but difficult hike through mud, around swamps and over deadfall trees. The 3.2 kilometre one way route explores a west coast rainforest leading to a large sandy beach, crashing waves, jagged cliffs, caves and mounds of driftwood logs.
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Cape Beale Headlands Trail is a 6.5 kilometre hiking and backpacking trail leading to a lighthouse and rocky cliffs. The headlands is often lost in a cloud of ocean mist.
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A group of islands and islets located off the coast of Bamfield. The islands are visited by sailboats, kayakers and boaters. Islands are best accessed from East Bamfield near Port Desire. A preferred destination ideal for overnight kayaking adventure tours with plenty of availabl
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