Ucluelet - Long Beach - Tofino - Port Alberni Highway
Ucluelet Accommodations - West Coast Salmon and Halibut Fishing

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Accommodations in Ucluelet:

Terrace Beach Resort   -   Jason Priestley & family invite you to visit our beautiful beachfront resort in Ucluelet, B.C., where children 12 and under stay free, and pets are welcome at $20 per stay. With completely equipped kitchenettes, cozy electric fireplaces, hot tub on the private outdoor decks of several units, Jersey knit sheets on queen-size beds and sunsets that rival Hawaii, your vacation will be truly memorable.




Victoria Regent Waterfront Hotel and Suites

U-CLUE-LET - "safe harbour" in the language of the Nuu-Chah-Nulth.

Ucluelet MarinaUcluelet is a town with a population of approximately 1,800 situated on the West Coast of Vancouver Island surrounded by rainforest and spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. The average temperatures range from 4 (C) to 17 (C) with little snowfall. The area is famous for excellent fishing, whale watching, kayaking, hiking, scuba diving, storm watching, beach combing, nature cruises, old growth forests and rest and relaxation. The ocean is home to a myriad of creatures, and the skies to many species of birds including the bald eagles.

The 20-kilometer stretch of pristine beach at Pacific Rim National Park Reserve are some of the attractions and activities which draw visitors from around the world. Fish Barkley Sound for salmon, cod, and halibut. Ucluelet has one of the largest fleets of guided charter vessels on the West Coast. Discover splendidly scenic Amphitrite Point and Lighthouse and explore the trails around He-Tin-Kis Park. The "Wild Pacific Trail" offers a unique opportunity for safe, close-at-hand viewing of the open Pacific Ocean. The bedrock cliff formations and the fierce wave action from storms produce spectacular views. The intense winds on the exposed shoreline trees and shrubs produce breathtakingly sculptured, surreal scenes. Whales, sea lions, seals, birds of all sorts live, feed and may be viewed in the proximity of these rocks. The Wild Pacific Trail offers an advantage over the West Coast Trail in that it is a lot more user friendly. An "Average" hiker or walker can do a portion of the trail, and stop at any one of a number of trail access points.

EUcluelet Storexperienced boaters, canoeists, and kayakers enjoy the beautiful waters and coastlines of Barkley Sound and the Broken Group Islands. For the novice, take a half-day trip by kayak or canoe and discover the wild side of the inner harbour. Dive into the waters of Barkley Sound and around the Broken Group Islands for an underwater adventure among the numerous reefs and shipwrecks.

To reach Ucluelet from the Capital City of British Columbia, Victoria, take Highway 1 to Nanaimo and continue on the scenic route to Parksville. Go west to Port Alberni and take the Pacific Rim Highway to Ucluelet. B.C. Ferries will bring you to either Sidney (outside Victoria) or Nanaimo and other transportation possibilities include the Coach Lines and North Vancouver Air.

Tofino Bus - The Tofino Bus provides daily service from Victoria to Long Beach and from Nanaimo to Long Beach. This 11 passenger Ford Van serves mainly backpack travellers, but also carries bikes, surfboards and kayaks. It connects with the new HarbourLynx ferry between Nanaimo and Vancouver, and at Departure Bay for B.C. Ferry service. Call 1-866-986-3466.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police 1712 Cedar 1-250-726-7773
Pacific Rim Search & Rescue 1-250-726-7789
S. P. C. A. (Port Alberni) 1-250-723-5269
Chamber of Commerce 227 Main Street 1-250-726-4641

Churches
Holy Family Church 1663 Peninsula
Christ Community Church 1419 Peninsula
Jehovah's Witnesses 315 Matterson
Grace Bible Church 500 Materson Drive

 

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