Wild Pacific Trail

EASY 25 reviews

Wild Pacific Trail is a 2.4 mile loop trail located near Ucluelet, British Columbia, Canada that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

2.4 miles 377 feet Loop

kid friendly

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3 months ago

3 months ago

This is an amazing walk with so many outcropping for views of the ocean. Very much worth it especially during the winter storms awesome power!

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4 months ago

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6 months ago

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7 months ago

Tidepools, bald eagles, old growth, and a consistent ocean mist bordering on fog. So beautiful.

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8 months ago

Fab! Otters, deer, Eagles, tide pools, well groomed trails. Stunning vistas

8 months ago

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9 months ago

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10 months ago

10 months ago

Beautiful!

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11 months ago

This trail is a must do for anyone visiting Vancouver Island. Great views of the Pacific Coastline, Old Growth forest, and numerous wildlife viewing possibilities make this trail experience one of the best. The 8km trail can be accessed and hiked in segments. The trail is well maintained and understandably a source of pride for the locals.

11 months ago

Gorgeous walk along the coast.

hiking
11 months ago

Easy trail. Although you can do the entire trail; approx. 7 Km, or you do some of it as there are several segments which you can do and enjoy at your convenience. We did the lighthouse loop. It was a nice hike on a well constructed trails and viewpoint stops along the way. Each has an outlook on the islands and ocean which includes a story of a ship wreck and the story of the lighthouse. Have fun hiking!

hiking
1 year ago

Great! Nice and wide trails great for kids or disabled.

2 years ago

Very nice!

hiking
2 years ago

An amazing trail with a great view of the coast. It gives you an opportunity to view a lighthouse along with whales and other wildlife in the old growth forest. The hike is one that should be taken if you are out here in ucluelet

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3 years ago