Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet, BC

The Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet only runs about 8 km, but is ‘wild’ as promised, with wide open vistas of the Pacific Ocean and beach access at several points.

Sign for Ucluelet's Wild Pacific TrailFree walking sticks for the trail. Free walking sticks for Ucluelet's Wild Pacific TrailA small lighthouse. Lighthouse on the Wild Pacific Trail near Ucluelet on Vancouver Island, BC, CanadaSunlight flaring through through the trees.Sunlight through the trees on the Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet on Vancouver Island, CanadaTangle of trees on the trail.Tangle of trees Remains of a shipwreck on Ucluelet's Wild Pacific TrailWhen I first saw this it seemed to be more than just driftwood; then I saw a sign saying it was the remains of the Big Beach Mystery Shipwreck, probably from the late 1800s.Remains of a shipwreck on Ucluelet's Wild Pacific TrailRemains of a shipwreck on Ucluelet's Wild Pacific TrailAt many places the trail opens up to vistas of the ocean. Ocean vista on Ucluelet's Wild Pacific TrailNatural arbour.Tree tunnel on Ucluelet's Wild Pacific TrailDriftwood on the beach.Driftwood on the Wild Pacific Trail near Ucluelet on Vancouver Island, BC, CanadaBlocked stairway.Stairs on the Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet on Vancouver Island, CanadaThe skeletons of dead trees. Tree skeletons along the Wild Pacific Trail near Ucluelet on Vancouver Island, BC, CanadaBlue Jay made of driftwood.Driftwood Blue Jay on Ucluelet's Wild Pacific TrailAnother place where the trail opens up. I love the hand-made railings.Interesting wood railings on Ucluelet's Wild Pacific TrailAnd another fun sign…Sign on the Wild Pacific Trail near Ucluelet on Vancouver Island, BC, CanadaMap of Vancouver Island going from Parksville or Qualicum Beach on Hwy 4 to Tofino, Ucluelet and the Pacific Rim National Park.
Map of Vancouver Island Hwy 4 to Tofino, Ucluelet and the Pacific Rim National Park

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