Long Beach, Vancouver Island
Home to a uniquely beautiful wilderness, the pacific rim of Vancouver Island is famous for pristine beaches, ancient rainforests, and abundant wildlife. This natural treasure is recognized by UNESCO as a biosphere reserve, and large areas of coastline are protected by national and provincial parks. Please visit with respect, especially during Covid-19 restrictions. A handy safety guide is available here.
Top Ten To-Do List
It is impossible to rank options, but this video is an overview of attractions. Some locations such as Hot Springs Cove may be closed due to Covid-19.
Overview of hiking trails in Ucluelet, Pacific Rim National Park and Tofino
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Top 10 attractions
This remote coastline offers a rich list of attracts. It is impossible to rank options, but the following are very popular reasons to visit the area for as long as possible:
2. Bear and Whale Watching Tours
3. First Nations Culture
4. Fishing (Tofino & Ucluelet)
5. Hike the Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet
6. Hot Springs Cove ( Closed due to Covid-19)
7. Kayaking (Tofino & Ucluelet)
8. Pacific Rim National Park
9. Surfing and Beaches
10. Zip Line, (Hwy 4)
Long Beach Maps Travel Guide
Long Beach Maps is your most comprehensive price guide to Tofino and Ucluelet accommodations, up to date travel maps and information, and an activity guide to Pacific Rim National Park, long beach, BC. It is hard to find a more wonderful place in Canada than the west coast of Vancouver Island. Let Long Beach Discovery Maps be your activity planner to the Wild Pacific Trail, and a host of beaches and attractions in Tofino, Ucluelet, and the three branches of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve: Long Beach, the Broken Group Islands, and the West Coast Trail. This site contains photos and information gathered over decades by local residents who know where the treasures of the west coast can be found and enjoyed.
Every season has its special attraction, such as storm watching in the fall and winter – whale watching especially in the spring and summer – bear watching especially in the summer and fall – and kayaking, surfing and hiking year round. Destinations such as Hot Springs Cove, Mearse Island, Barkley Sound and Clayoquot Sound are beautiful in all weather. The west coast enjoys a warm climate due to the Pacific Ocean that influences every mood and view.