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The Pacific Rim National Park is composed of three distinct areas: Long Beach, the West Coast Trail, and the Broken Group Islands, all of which occupy a 130km strip of Vancouver Island's west coast. The park is a world famous area for whale watching, and the Wikaninnish Centre off Hwy 4. Long Beach offers a range of hiking trails, with parking lots located at all trail heads and beach accesses. The most challenging hike is the 77 km West Coast Trail, between the towns of Port Renfrew and Bamfield. The Broken Group of Islands are popular with kayakers.
The rugged, windswept sands of Long Beach are renowened for their wild beauty, with crashing Pacific rollers, unbeatable surfing opportunities, rock pools filled with marine life and scatterdd driftwood.
Photos of Pacific Rim National Park Rainforest and Long Beach
Area: Vancouver Island
West Coast Lifestyle
Small Communities Tofino
Beaches & Surfing
Extensive Hiking Trails
Oceanfront & Ocean Views
Boating & Sailing
Old Growth Rainforests