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Jun 27, 2011 - Port Renfrew & Umgebung - Vancouver Island

Nachdem wir -wie bereits in den vergangenen 3 Wochen- unsre Ausfluege nach den vorausgesagten Regenpausen planten, hatten wir diesmal auch Glueck und erkundeten die landschaftlich schoene Gegend im Suedwesten Vancouver Islands. Wenn man bedenkt, dass Vancouver Island die 1 1/2 fache Groesse der Schweiz hat, und nur wenige Strassen aufweist, versteht man die urspruengliche, beinahe menschenleere natur besser. Der Grossteil Vancouver Islands bleibt unerschlossen oder ist nur nach tagelangen Kanufahrten erreichbar, ein wahres...

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Sep 14, 2010 - Port Renfrew

Yesterday, we left Pedder Bay and headed through Sooke, past Point No Point and Jordan River to Port Renfrew. We’ve been to Port Renfrew via sailboat, but had never driven this stretch of road before. It’s quite a winding, hilly road and it took us longer than we thought it would. But it was quite scenic, and since we hadn’t been this way before, we really enjoyed it. We had arranged to meet our friends Don & Loree in Port Renfrew. Don’s a great fisherman and comes here often, so they directed us to their favorite spot, the Pacheedaht...

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Dec 16, 2009 - A trip along the coast

Today we headed west to the town of Port Renfrew along the west coast of the island. The weather was wet and miserable but we enjoyed a walk along the rugged coast line in the brief break in the weather. The waves were crashing on the shore and the noise could be heard from quite a way away.

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Aug 4, 2006 - PORT RENFREW (sidetrip from Victoria)

While in Victoria, browsing book stores (a favorite passtime), we bought a book of Vancouver Island Backroads and will try our best to travel as many as time allows. The road to Port Renfrew from Victoria or highway 14 is known appropriately as the Coast Highway and is a distance of about 65 miles. Though not terribly far by most standards this is a slow windy two laner that in several places crosses one lane bridges. It is a combination of very scenic views of the Juan de Fuca Strait with the mountains of Washington's Olympic peninsula...

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