Hiking in the Pacific Rim National Park - Canada

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Pacific Rim National Park is located on the west coast of Vancouver Island between Tofino and Ucluelet. The Pacific Rim National Park is a long National Park about 75 km long. The park consists of a coastal temperate rainforest. The pristine rainforest of Pacific Rim National Park is unique in the world and is visited by many tourists every year. The Pacific Rim National Park has several beautiful walks.

There is the West Coast Trail, a long distance walk, which is about 75 km along. For those who want to walk less far along the highway through the National Park are several nice little trails between 1 and 10 kilometers in length. There are several beaches open to visitors. On these beaches are various water sports possibilities.

In the Pacific Rim National Park we mainly hiked small short walks to see as much as possible of the unique rainforest. We found the small hikes through the rainforest incredible beautiful, but also the beaches are well worth going to for a long hike. We were in the Pacific Rim National Park with stormy weather, which makes the waves it even more impressive. We enjoyed the waves and the threatening weather on the horizon.

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