Sea Kayaking Trails in Canada

Sea Kayaking Trails in Canada
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Canada has 43 sea kayaking trails. These trails range from 6 to 22 miles in length. The most popular trails are Hot Springs Cove, Bamfield and the Deer Group and Big Tree Trail (Meares Island). Trails.com member Mike K. recently completed Big Tree Trail (Meares Island).
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The trip through the Discovery Islands described in this chapter begins at Heriot Bay ...
Located beyond the northern terminus of Highway 101, Desolation Sound greets thousands ...
This trip passes through Desolation Sound and Homfray Channel. The route leaves from Lund, ...
The Strait of Georgia trip described can be used either by long distance paddlers traveling ...
Jedediah Island is one of the newest provincial marine parks on the coast and a favourite ...
Named after Viscount Horatio Nelson, the hero of the British navy, Nelson Island sits ...
Close to Vancouver, with great fishing and surreal beauty, this area is quickly becoming ...
Se-shalt, meaning “place of shelter from the sea,” is the perfect name for the inlet that ...
In contrast to the islands and summer homes in the southern part of Howe Sound, surprisingly ...
If you are approaching Howe Sound from Gibsons on the Sunshine Coast, exploring Keats ...
Perched on the edge of the Strait of Georgia, the Pasley Group provides the perfect setting ...
There is no better place within 30 minutes of Vancouver to experience wilderness paddling ...
Westham Island, west of Ladner, is best known for the George C. Reifel Migratory Bird ...
Located on the southwestern edge of B.C., White Rock is a bustling community that faces ...
If you are looking to add adventure to your local paddling excursions, take the time to ...
Paddling in English Bay quickly gives you a sense of Vancouver’s beauty. To the north ...
Situated in the heart of Vancouver, False Creek is about as urban as you can get without ...
Carved from sandstone and marked by twisting, red-trunked arbutus, the Gulf Islands of ...
On the northeast corner of Salt Spring Island is Wallace Island Marine Provincial Park. ...
Originally a First Nations camp, Hawaiian immigrants called “Kanakas” settled the island ...
A short drive or paddle from downtown Victoria to the Outer Harbor opens the door to a ...
Located in the heart of Victoria is the Gorge Waterway, a 6-mile-long natural saltwater ...
Captain James Cook is the first European known to have visited what is now Victoria. It ...
Eighteen miles west of Victoria is a very protected body of water called Sooke Basin. ...
This part of Malpeque Bay is tailor made for coastal kayaks. You will need to paddle some ...
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