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British Columbia #14 Highway Guide

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Community of Langford, BC
Junction of Trans Canada Highway #1. South to City of Victoria, BC. North to City of Nanaimo, BC, Parksville, Courtenay, BC, Campbell River, BC Port Hardy, BC. West to communities of Sooke, BC, Jordan River, BC, Port Renfrew, BC. - Attractions in and around Victoria, BC - The Tall Ships Festival - Swiftsure International Yacht Race - Inner Harbour Walkways - Beacon Hill Park - Royal British Columbia Museum - The National Geographic Theatre - Craigdarroch Castle - Crystal Pool - Art Gallery of Greater Victoria - Government House - Swan Lake Nature Sanctuary - Hatley Castle & Hatley Park Museum - Goldstream Provincial Park - Fort Rodd Hill - The Lookout at Mount Tolmie - Mount Douglas Park - The Maritime Museum of British Columbia - Butchart Gardens - The Dominion Astrophysical Observatory. NOTE For highway travel via 'The Trans Canada Highway' British Columbia Highway #1 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - City of Victoria, BC To City of Nanaimo, BC. for highway driving directions

0.7
1.2
Goldstream Ave.
R C M P Detachment South side of highway
2.1
3.3
Sooke Road ( Veteran Memorial Parkway)

2.5
4.0
View from highway
Driving west
4.7
7.5
View from highway
Driving west
7.0
11.2
Mini Golf
North side of highway
9.8
15.8
Municipality of Sooke
Eastern boundry
9.9
15.9
Markham House Bed and Breakfast
South side of highway
10.3
16.6
View from highway
Driving west
10.7
17.2
View from highway
Driving west
10.9
17.6
Olympus Resort Bed and Breakfast
East of highway
11.4
18.3
Sooke Ocean Bed and Breakfast
west side of highway.
12.0
19.3
Coopers Cove Guest House Bed and Breakfast
West of highway
12.2
19.7
Goose Trail Bed and Breakfast
West side of highway
12.6
20.3
Mrs Lewers Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast
East of highway
12.8
20.6
Point of Interest
Crossing Ayum Creek.
13.0
21.0
Access to Bed and Breakfast lodging

14.6
23.5
Sooke Potholes Provincial Park
East of highway 5 kms. No campground.Sooke Potholes Provincial Park provides access to the series of deep, polished rock pools and potholes carved naturally into the sandstone bedrock of the Sooke River. This area is a favourite day-use destination for many local and regional residents
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23.8
Point of Interest
Crossing the Sooke River, BC.
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25.4
Community of Sooke
Business area, services
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26.8
Glenside House Bed and Breakfast
East side of highway
17.1
27.5
Sooke Harbor House
South side of highway
19.8
31.8
Barking Crow Bed and Breakfast
Access from highway
23.4
37.6
Pacific Breeze Bed and Breakfast
West of highway
23.7
38.1
Point of Interest
Crossing Tugwell Creek
23.8
38.3
Blackfish Bed and Breakfast
West of highway
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38.4
Pacific Trail Hostel
West side of highway
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47.6
French Beach Provincial Park
South of highway. Situated on the scenic Strait of Juan de Fuca on the west coast of southern Vancouver Island, French Beach Provincial Park offers much more than just beautiful hiking trails through lush forests. A wide swatch of green lawn fronts this sand and pebble beach, where visitors can relax and enjoy a picnic or take a cool dip in the ocean. This park has 69 vehicle accessible campsites, located in the forest approximately a 5-10 minute walk from the beach.
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51.0
Point - No - Point Lodge
Access from highway
32.6
52.4
Fossil Bay Resort
West side of highway
35.9
57.7
Community of Jordan River, BC
Services
35.9
57.8
Roadside Highway Turnout - View Point
Gravel viewpoint. West side of highway,
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57.8
View from highway viewpoint.
Looking south across the Juan De Fuca Strait to the state of Washington
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58.1
Jordan River Recreation Area
Pit toilets, picnic tables. West side of highway
36.4
58.6
Jordan River by the Sea Bed and Breakfast
Access from highway.
38.0
61.2
Juan de Fuca Provincial Park China Beach
West side of highway. There are 78 drive-in campsites available at this campground. Campsite reservations are accepted and first-come, first-served sites are also available. Some facilities are wheelchair accessible; pit toilets and water taps are located throughout the campground. There are no showers facilities and no sani-station/dump facilities at this park. Closest sani-station located at French Beach Provincial Park. No cycling on park trails; cycling is permitted on the campground road network only.
38.4
61.8
Point of Interest
Crossing Uglow Creek
38.8
62.5
Juan De Fuca China Beach Provincial Park
West side of highway. This is a day use area with picnic tables, toilets, no camping.
39.1
63.0
View from highway
Driving west
49.4
79.5
View from highway
Driving west
51.5
82.8
Sombrio Beach Juan de Fuca Provincial Park
Located at approximately Kilometer 29 of the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail, the large cobbled Sombrio Beach can be reached via a 250-meter access trail from the Sombrio Beach Trailhead parking lot, off Hwy 14. There are two designated wilderness camping areas at Sombrio Beach; one at East Sombrio and one at West Sombrio. Visitors can explore or hike east or west along the beach, enjoy a picnic or try their hand at surfing in this world-class surfing area. Sombrio Beach is part of the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel, west side of highway.
57.4
92.4
Parkinson Creek Juan de Fuca Provincial Park
West of highway. Parkinson Creek Trailhead is located at Kilometer 37.6 of the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail. From here you can hike east to Sombrio or west to Botanical Beach. There are 2 campsites nearby - Payzant Creek at Kilometer 40 and Little Kuitsche Creek at Kilometer 33.5. This moderate section of trail takes hikers through regenerating logged areas and old growth forest fringe and along the beautiful rugged shoreline. Watch for marine mammals that frequent this area.
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Community of Port Renfrew
Entering Port Renfrew, Gateway to the world famous West Coast Trail, and the Pacific Rim National Park. Chamber of Commerce Visitor information centre west side of highway. Other attractions in and around Port Renfrew, BC - Botanical Beach Provincial Park - Local Hiking Trails - Red Creek Fir; The largest known Douglas Fir in the world is the Red Creek fir. The Red Creek Fir has been estimated from 750 years to 1,000 years old.
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96.3
West Coast Trail
East of highway to the West Coast Trail Registration Point. The West Coast Trail is an internationally acclaimed hiking trail that retraces an old telegraph route that once connected Victoria with Cape Beale near Bamfield. The telegraph line was first carved through the virgin coastal wilderness in 1890, to serve as a communication link to aid in the rescue of vessels in distress off the southwest coast of Vancouver Island.
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Arbutus Beach Lodge
Access to Arbutus Beach Lodge, east of highway
62.0
99.7
Port Renfrew Recreational Retreat R V Park
East side of highway
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100.2
Trailhead Resort
Access from highway
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100.4
West Coast Motel
East of highway
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100.5
Start / Finish of highway
South to communities of Jordan River, Sooke, Langford, City of Victoria, BC. Start Finish of Road Map Highway Travel Guide -e