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West Coast Trail and other great hikes The Juan de Fuca Trail, the Carmanah-Walbran Trails, Nitinat Lakes by Tim Leadem

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Published by Greystone Books in Vancouver .
Written in English


  • Hiking -- British Columbia -- West Coast Trail -- Guidebooks,
  • Hiking -- British Columbia -- Nitinat Lake Region -- Guidebooks,
  • Trails -- British Columbia -- Nitinat Lake Region -- Guidebooks,
  • West Coast Trail (B.C.) -- Guidebooks,
  • Nitinat Lake Region (B.C.) -- Guidebooks

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Edition Notes

StatementTim Leadem for the Sierra Club of British Columbia.
ContributionsSierra Club of British Columbia., Sierra Club of Western Canada.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 114 p. :
Number of Pages114
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13624062M
ISBN 101550546147
LC Control Number97911097

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: The West Coast Trail and Nitinat Lakes. Includes new chapters on the Juan de Fuca Trail, the Carmanah-Walbran Trails, and the Nitinat Lakes.   In , Pacific Rim National Park Reserve was established and in , the lifesaving trail was included in the national park reserve as a recreational hiking trail, beginning a new chapter in its history. Today, over 7, backpackers hike the West Coast Trail every year. The West Coast Trail is much more than a breathtakingly beautiful hike – it is a path through history in the footsteps of the Ditidaht, Pacheddaht, and Huu-ay-aht First Nations, the people who have called this place home for thousands of years and who created many of the hiking trails and paddling routes that make up Pacific Rim National Park.   West Coast Trail Express Shuttle Gordon River to Pachena Bay (or vice versa): $90 (Note: This assumes you drive yourself to one of the trailheads. See my transportation post for more info on getting to the trailheads by bus.) Typical Cost to Hike the West Coast Trail: $

  When cancelling a reservation 21 days or more prior to the departure date, the West Coast Trail Overnight Use Fee and the ferry fees are fully refundable. The reservation fee of $ per hiker is non-refundable and an $ on-line (or $ through the call centre) cancellation fee will apply per booking. Situated at the midpoint of the world famous hiking trail in Pacific Rim National Park, West Coast Trail Comfort Camping offers eco-friendly rustic luxury to hikers in need of a night’s rest, as well as outdoor adventurers visiting via Nitinaht Lake. Plan your trip to . West Coast Trail Blog Day 5 – Walbran to Camper Creek campsite. Hiking south from Walbran, we had been warned that the trail slowed down. This decrease in rapidity is due to three West Coast Trail elements: ladders, mud, and roots. Day 5 if only 9km, but at a kilometre an hour, we were still hiking for most of the day. West Coast Trail Hiking Route. This guide is not written like the other hiking guides on this site, which provide a clear route description to get from point A to B. With the West Coast Trail, no two hikes are ever the same. You can hike from south to north, or north to south.

The West Coast Trail is a breathtakingly beautiful 47 mile (75 km) backpacking route on the southwest coast of Vancouver Island, BC. The trail was originally called the Dominion Lifesaving Trail because it was built in as a way to rescue shipwreck survivors along the coast. The trail is now a part of Pacific [ ]. Maps of the West Coast trail Map of campsites on the West Coast Trail Location map of the West Coast Trail. If you to decide to go hike the West Coast Trail then you can download my free guide – with itineraries for 6, 7 and 8 days. Go with a positive mental attitude and you’ll have a great .   Read The West Coast Trail and Other Great Hikes Online Get now online: ?book=D.O.W.N.L.O.A.D [P.D.F] The West Coast. Fees include a $ reservation fee plus $ for a West Coast Trail fee. Two ferry crossings will cost $30 each and transportation to and from the trailheads. It's an amazing trail that requires attention to detail, training, and the right gear.5/5(3).