"Every corner is like streaming postcards." - Oyster Jim

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Quotes from rave reviews:

Many THANKS to everyone who has posted rave reviews!

“My family loved this trail. A must see when in Ucluelet. “

"Easy trail with fantastic vistas. I have walked it in both a sunny warm winter day and in a windy winter rainy storm. I think I prefered the storm!"

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Oyster Jim Martin accepts a Meritorious Service Medal from the Governor General of Canada

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Storm watching season!

Click to learn more Seasonal storms have been putting on a show, so bring a rain slicker or visit on a calm day after the storm to experience the frothy roar of massive waves.

Rocks are scoured clean by waves more powerful and fast than any human, so stay on the trail at all times.

What's NEW ?

Discover new vistas at three newly constructed viewpoints in He-Tin-Kis Park. Just walk the lighthouse Loop section and you will find the new path to Inspiration Point.

Newest children's interpretive signDiscover fun children’s Interpretive signs to be explored at Big Beach Park picnic area. Interactive displays and a child-friendly beach are available. Also learn about a 1900 shipwreck still visible on the beach! Bring a small toy for the children's geocache at the end of a fun scavenger hunt. Read more >

2018 Guided Walks

click to learn moreJoin a free Interpretive Walk next summer. All events are sponsored by the trail society, with funding assistance from Tourism Ucluelet, and donations to the society at donation boxes. Read more>

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