Wild Pacific Trail Photowalk


Saturday, February 11th, 2012 — 3:48pm PST
Comments 11

This morning John and I set out from Black Rock Ocean Front Resort to explore a small portion of the Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet. We walked the brisk Lighthouse Loop which is about 2.5km long, winding through wind-swept forest trails along the ocean’s edge.

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail
Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail
Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr

Wild Pacific Trail
Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail
Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail
Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

Wild Pacific Trail
Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr

Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet

I used my Olympus PEN E-PM1 for this photowalk instead of my Nikon D90. John’s photos (as marked) are with his Nikon D90. View my full photo set on Flickr & John’s full photo set on Flickr.

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11 comments

  1. paul says:

    one of my favourite places/trails in the area. i’m thankful on a daily i live here 🙂

  2. Joy says:

    oh Rebecca – I absolutely love your photo’s. Looks like a wonderful and relaxing time for the both of you ! Happy Valentines Day !! I am going to check out the Flickr links right now ! Thank you so much for posting !! Def. going to go in the Spring/Summer.

  3. Mae says:

    Beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

  4. marcel lavoie says:

    I was there 4 time….truly magical

  5. Gerald Graham says:

    This is an extremely nice trail, and a welcome addition to Ucluelet. We walked a portion of it a couple of years ago, and look forward to doing the whole route this spring.

  6. ernie says:

    This will be on my to do list.

  7. joan dodds says:

    what an absolutely georgeous walk !! I sure do hope I can make that hike ;))

  8. There were people of all ages on the trail. It’s really nice and wide, enough for 3-4 people shoulder-to-shoulder. Lots of places to stop, sit, look out on the water. It’s beautiful!

  9. Robert says:

    I’ve been there once and I don’t understand yet what I’m doing living in Toronto…
    Most beautiful place ever.

  10. Margaret says:

    Wow…how beautiful…now I HAVE to go there, I can’t wait !! Thank you !!

  11. Irene says:

    My favorite places in the world are in the Ucluelet/Tofino area. I feel so blessed to be lucky enough to live on Vancouver Island. Don’t get to the coast near enough for my liking. Thanks for sharing those great pictures!

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