Cape Scott Provincial Park is a remote backpacking adventure located on the northern tip of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. The main features of the park which catch people by surprise are the unpopulated string of beautiful sandy beaches - San Josef Bay, Nels Bight, Guise Bay,
This Vancouver Island marine route navigates a mainland fjord for 17 kilometres! The scenic route is located off the coast of northeast Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada in the Queen Charlotte Strait. The route is a rugged multi day adventure exploring canyons, cliffs, beaches, waterfalls
Juan de Fuca Provincial Park is located near the community of Port Renfrew and north of the community of Sooke on the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The rainforest and waterfront park is 1,528 hectares of forested hiking trails, rocky cliffs and sandy beaches.
The Knight Inlet boating and kayaking route is located off the coast of central-northeast Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The closest Vancouver Island communities to Knight Inlet are Port McNeill and Campbell River.
John Quinn Trail is a semi-historic logging trail located near the Village of Port Renfrew, BC on the westcoast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The John Quinn hiking trail is 4 kilometres long and is considered an easy route. It should take no longer than 2 hours to complete.