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Nuu-Chah-Nuulth Trail & Florencia Bay

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🫀 It has the potential of a really nice walk, connecting the two beaches with each other. But at the moment it is very ill maintained. Large parts are very wobbily and sometimes boards are missing or a few meters are collapsed. Would recommend to walk first bit of the old growth forest, turn around an...


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Ucluelet, BC V0R 3A0, Canada

Rating on Google Maps

4.80 (49 reviews)

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  • 5/5 vickie g. 5 years ago on Google β€’ 273 reviews
    This is the longest trail in the National Park. I would highly recommend this trail. It is mostly on board walk that is in pretty good condition. There is sections that need some TLC however. We walked there and back on the Sunday of the Remembrance Day long weekend. We only passed 3 other groups. So it isn't very busy. Overall I would reccomend this hike to people who are looking for an easy hike that offers some distance.
    3 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 2/5 Esther V. 1 year ago on Google β€’ 5 reviews
    It has the potential of a really nice walk, connecting the two beaches with each other. But at the moment it is very ill maintained. Large parts are very wobbily and sometimes boards are missing or a few meters are collapsed. Would recommend to walk first bit of the old growth forest, turn around and drive to the closed visitor center of Kwisitis for the beautiful view on Long Beach.
    3 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 Arunava M. 11 months ago on Google β€’ 298 reviews
    Highly recommend for the average traveler, get a taste of what a rainforest look like, with the paved trails and managed amenities.

  • 5/5 Maria G. 6 years ago on Google β€’ 42 reviews
    More secluded than other beaches in the area, great views. Lots of anemones to view in the tidal pools on the right side of the beach at low tide.
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 Benjamin S. 6 years ago on Google β€’ 115 reviews
    Great Beach to walk with kids at any time of year but keep in mind that the walk down has a rather significant staircase. Surfing is poor at best from my experience but you never know when that starts will align and the waves will be great.

  • 4/5 Ian R. 2 years ago on Google β€’ 92 reviews
    The trail is 80% board and there are stairs and one slope. It's mostly in good shape and it looks like they replace the worst sections annually. It goes through some nice forest and a bit of bog. I did see a bear, so be prepared.

  • 5/5 Christopher S. 10 months ago on Google β€’ 70 reviews
    Beautiful beach with a good surf break (the day we went). Plenty of room to grab a spot and relax. There’s a good staircase to get you down, although some may find it challenging. The road in is long and narrow, pull off a bit to let others pass in the other direction. Parking is limited.

  • 5/5 K (. 3 years ago on Google β€’ 59 reviews
    Absolutely stunning beach, beautiful trail

  • 5/5 Dean R. 1 year ago on Google β€’ 52 reviews
    Stellar secluded beach with great waves.

  • 5/5 David B. 4 years ago on Google β€’ 19 reviews
    Gorgeous beach with tons of room to find a quiet spot for yourself. There are nice trails around as well. The parking lot isn't huge, so if you want to spend some time there I recommend going a little early to make sure you get a spot.


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Amenities


  • Pets
    • βœ“οΈ Dogs allowed
  • Activities
    • βœ“οΈ Hiking
  • Accessibility
    • βœ— Wheelchair-accessible entrance


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