JUAN DE FUCA MARINE TRAIL

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  • I was here: August 2017.
  • Number of days: 3.
  • Number of days necessary to complete it: 4 or 5, although it depends on your physical capacity, there are those who do it in less than 24 hours.
  • My score: considering its beautiness I would rate it 4/5, but I would not repeat it because there are many other very similar places on the west coast of Vancouver Island and in the United States, from Olympic National Park till Oregon coast.

It is one of the best multi-day hikes that can be done in British Columbia, and one of the best coastal in North America. It rotates stretches of beach and cliffs, some not passable in high tide, with others of rain forest mixed with giant conifers. The union of trees higher than 50 meters sprouting from cliffs on the beach, although frequent in this North Pacific area, it does not exist in any other part of the world. Together with the rest of the vegetation and the possibilities of being face to face (literally) to native fauna, they make this an interesting and spectacular hikking route, and an excellent alternative to its celebrated and neighboring but overcrowded routes in the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, in the area of ​​Tofino and Uclelet and the famous West Coast Trail.

∇ Destinations / ∇ Canada / ∇ British Columbia / ∇ Vancouver Island

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