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  • Hiking & Walking
    The Wild Pacific Trail lies at your doorstep. Discover the rugged coastal beauty carved out by millennia of waves breaking endlessly upon the rocky shore of Vancouver Island. Every bend in the trail provides new, breath-taking vistas of sea stacks and crashing waves. The trail is 8.5 km in length and takes in all the beauty of the natural coast as well as the Amphitrite Point Lighthouse, a place at its most majestic at sunset.
  • Surfing & Windsurfing
    Long Beach, located between Ucluelet and Tofino, is one of the worlds premier surf locations. With plenty of local outfits offering surf rentals and lessons, even a beginner can enjoy the breaking waves, which are at their best during the stormy winter months.
  • Boating Day Trips
    The Broken Group Islands offer great opportunities for day trip exploration of the more than 100 rocky islands and islets.
  • Sea Kayaking
    The local waters provide kayaking adventures for expert and beginner alike. More experienced kayakers may enjoy the challenge of navigating Barkley Sound and the Broken Group Islands, while local companies offer tours for beginners. Both trips are like to spot orca whales, gray whales, porpoises, seal lions, seals, otters, cormorants and more.
  • Whale Watching
    Grey whales, Humpback and Killer whales migrate the coastal waters, and porpoises, seals, sea lions, and elephant seals are viewed along the coastline. In late March, the Pacific Rim Whale Festival honours the arrival of the whales.
  • Wickaninnish Interpretive Centre
    The centre provides an understanding of the North Pacific Ocean, its influence on nature and man. The history of the North Pacific coast is illustrated by a collection of artifacts used by Nuu-chah-nulth Indians, the traditional inhabitants of the area. Open during the day, late spring to fall.
  • Backroad Adventures
    Various companies offer 4x4 tours of the area. View the newly formed Clayoquot UN Biosphere, pristine mountain lakes, streams and waterfalls, with magnificent vistas of Barkley Sound and Clayoquot Sound. Walk nature trails through ancient forests with huge old growth cedar trees, see bears, birds and waterfowl. Full or half day trips.
  • Scuba Diving
    The clear waters of Barkley Sound offer some of the worlds best scuba diving. The waters abound with historical shipwrecks and teaming intertidal life for scuba diving enthusiasts to explore.
  • Ucluelet Aquarium
    Visitors to the Ucluelet Aquarium can expect an up close and personal encounter with a diversity of local marine life. The Aquarium provides a stimulating ”hands on“ learning environment for children of all ages. Visitors can take comfort in knowing that the well being of our display specimens is a primary concern. See http://uclueletaquarium.org/.