Combers Beach - Pacific Rim National Park


Tofino, Ucluelet

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Tofino, Ucluelet


Difficulty: Easy - Family
Park Amenities:
Beach
Beachcombing
Hiking
Picnicking
Sightseeing
Swimming
Washrooms
Wildlife Watching


Combers Beach is a beach less traveled in the Pacific Rim National Park located near the Villages of Tofino and Ucluelet, British Columbia, Canada. The sandy beach is secluded and enjoys smaller crowds.

Combers Beach Combers Beach is part of Vancouver Island's largest sand dune and provides beach access to two other beaches - Long Beach and Wickaninnish Beach via beach walks. To access Combers Beach requires a hiking trail hence the smaller crowds as most other beaches in the park are accessed directly from a parking lot.

The Spruce Fringe Hiking Trail is a short 1.5 kilometre loop trail which connects visitors to the beach. The gravel and boardwalk trail is considered an easy grade route and should take only 20 minutes to complete.

The secluded beach is covered in fine white sand and is populated with driftwood logs thrown ashore by winter storms and a forest of dwarfed trees transformed by winds. The beach looks out onto Sea Lion Rocks which is a popular Sea Lion and bird sanctuary. Bring binoculars.

Combers Beach enjoys activities like beachcombing, suntanning, frisbee, picnicking, birdwatching and surfing. All visitors to the park must have a Park Use Permit. Pack out what you pack in.

Address:

Combers Beach - Pacific Rim National Park
Pacific Rim Highway
Tofino, Ucluelet
Canada
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