A Guide to Shipwrecks Along the West Coast Trail
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A Guide to Shipwrecks Along the West Coast Trail

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Published by Sono Nis Press .
Written in English

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Number of Pages56
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Open LibraryOL8549262M
ISBN 101550390791
ISBN 109781550390797

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The West Coast Trail, originally called the Dominion Lifesaving Trail, is a 75 km (47 mi) backpacking trail following the southwestern edge of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, was built in to facilitate the rescue of shipwrecked survivors along the coast, part of the treacherous Graveyard of the is now part of the Pacific Rim National Park and is often rated by. The West Coast Trail season will end on September 15th. In the hostile weather months the West Coast Trail is closed due to prolonged periods of heavy rain, strong winds, high tides, large waves and short days. The West Coast Trail closes to the public October 1st to April 30th. The rugged west coast of Vancouver Island offers some of the most spectacular and storied hiking in the Pacific Northwest. Home to the world-famous West Coast Trail, once a lifeline for marooned sailors and still among the most breath-taking yet demanding hikes on the continent, the island’s western shores also feature lesser-known coastal trails for all abilities.4/5(13). Our West Coast Trail Guide was borne out of our experiences with helping people on the trail. We offer a full preparation course. At the end, you will be able to decide if you want to go the trail on your own, fully prepared, or take a guided tour from a company that sets it all up for you.

A Guide to Shipwrecks Along the West Coast Trail Paperback – Jan. 1 by R. E. Wells (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — Author: R. E. Wells. The Shipwreck Coast of Victoria, Australia stretches from to Cape Otway to Port Fairy, a distance of approximately coastline is accessible via the Great Ocean Road, and is home to the limestone formations called The Twelve Apostles.. Explorer Matthew Flinders said of the Shipwreck Coast, "I have seldom seen a more fearful section of coastline.". The management and operation of the West Coast Trail is the responsibility of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, a component of Canada's national park system. The Park is assisted in WCT operations through a partnership with QUU'AS West Coast Trail Group., a coalition of the Pacheenaht, Ditidaht, Huu-AY-Aht First Nations. The West Coast Trail (WCT) is a mile (kilometer) hiking trail that traces the scenic southwestern edge of Vancouver Island in British Columbia. The trail passes through the rugged coastal territory, climbing up several ladder systems and crosses some of the Pacific Northwest's most striking beaches.