Island and Nootka Sound
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rugged and majestic are just a few words to describe Nootka Sound
and Nootka Island off the West Coast of Vancouver Island. Often
referred to the birthplace of British Columbia. Weather can be
unpredictable and only fit experienced hikers should hike the
area or go with an experienced guide. It is very important to
be well prepared. Approximate
total hiking time is 25 hours. Approximate distance is 35 km.
learn more about hiking in the area be sure to read:
along Nootka Sound either in canoe or kayak. Along the trip visit
Crawfish Falls where Calvin Creek enters the Pacific Ocean. Admire
the variety of inter-tidal life at Bajo Point. Then continue towards
Yuquot (Friendly Cove). Again being well
prepared is very important. While discovering Nootka Sound
stop and visit many of the historic sites around the island. Wolves,
and bald eagles
can be spotted and viewed along Nootka Sound and Nootka Island.
learn more about kayaking and canoeing in the area be sure to