The West Coast Trail Topo Map

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The West Coast Trail is relatively easy to hike in its northernmost section, from Pachena Bay to Walbran Creek. To the south, from Walbran Creek to Port Renfrew, the hike is relatively safe but not necessarily easy; there are still dangers for the unwary hiker. Whereas the trail is still a challenge to the average hiker, it is no longer the true wilderness it once was. The trail may be hiked in either direction. Traditionally, the hike has been described from the south or the Port Renfrew trailhead to the northern terminus at Bamfield. Many people prefer to hike the trail in this direction to get the southern, more difficult part over with when they are still fresh. There are others, however, who prefer to hike the easier northern section while their packs are heavy and full of food and to break into the trail gradually. Significant portion of trail on difficult terrain, roots or rocky paths; presence of mud during wet conditions.

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