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Junction of Highway # 19 - City of Parksville, BC
West to Communities of Port Alberni, BC, Ucluelet, BC: The Pacific Rim national Park, Tofino, BC. North to Port Hardy, BC: and ferries to Prince Rupert, BC, Bella Coola, BC. South to cities of Nanaimo, BC, Victoria, BC. Attractions in and around Parksville, BC: Deep Forest Gallery - Coastal Carvings - Arts Afire Gallery - Englishman River Gallery - Earth Attitudes - Major Art Gallery and Studio - Oceanside Art Gallery and Gift Shop - The Station Gallery - The Garden Gallery - WestLoon Gallery - Butterfly World and Gardens - Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park. NOTE: For highwat travel via British Columbia Highway #19 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide BC Highway #19 - City of Nanaimo, BC to city of Campbell River, BC for highway driving directions.

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Roadside Highway Turnout
Wally Creek.
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View from Highway
Driving west.
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Junction of Highway #4a
South to community of Coombs, BC, Coombs campground, Tranquility Campground.
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Garden Gate Bed and Breakfast, BC
South side of highway.
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7.8
Services at highway
Fuel, diesel
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Whiskey Creek Campground, BC
South side of highway
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Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park, BC
North side of highway. This park has 94 vehicle accessible campsites in two separate campgrounds, the Upper Campground and the Lower Campground. Campsite reservations are accepted and first-come, first-served sites are also available
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12.6
View from highway
Driving west
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Chalet Road
Access to Cameron Lake, BC campground. North side of highway
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Cameron Lake Provincial Rest Area - Roadside highway turnout
Access from highway
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15.8
View from highway
Driving west
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Roadside Highway Turnout
North side of highway, picnic area, toilets
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McMillan Cathederal Grove Provincial Park
Parking Lots both sides of highway. Cathedral Grove, located in MacMillan Provincial Park, is one of the most accessible stands of giant Douglas fir trees on Vancouver Island. Here visitors can stroll through a network of trails under the shadow of towering ancient Douglas-fir trees, majestic pillars untouched by the modern world - some more than 800 years old. Trails on either side of the highway lead visitors through the mighty stands of this coastal forest. On the south side you will find the largest Douglas firs - one measuring more than 9 meters in circumference. On the northern side of the road you'll find groves of ancient Western red cedar standing sentry over nearby Cameron Lake
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McMillan Cathederal Grove Provincial Park

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McMillan Cathederal Grove Provincial Park, BC
Access from highway
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20.3
View from highway
Driving west
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Port Alberni, BC Summit
375 mtrs. Brake Check turnout for trucks, north side of highway
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Access to community of Arrowsmith, BC & Arrowsmith Regional Park, BC
North of highway
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Timber Lane Road
Access to Timber Lodge & R V Park, BC. South side of highway
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City of Port Alberni, BC - Photo Port Alberni, BC Highway Welcome sign
Visitor Information, south side of highway. Access to Campgrounds - Dry Creek Municipal Park and Campground (52 vehicle/tent sites) - Attractions in and around Port Alberni, BC: McLean Mill National Historic Site - Alberni Valley Museum - Della Falls - Robertson Creek - Hatchery - Somass Estuary project - Drinkwater Trail - Log Train Regional Park - Kitsukis Walkway - Alberni District Fall Fair - Port Alberni, Salmon Festival, - Port Alberni Grand Prix.
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Port Alberni, BC Business Section
All services
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38.7
View from highway
Driving west
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Stamp River Provincial Park
North of Highway. This park offers 23 vehicle accessible campsites set in a mature forest. A number of these sites overlook the river. Fees are collected from April 1 to October 15. Campsite reservations are accepted and first-come, first-served sites are also available.
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Cedarwood Lodge Bed and Breakfast, BC
North side of highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Somass River
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Roadside Highway Turnout
North side of highway, large gravel turnout
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Services at Highway
Fuel
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Arrowvale Campground, BC
North of highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Sproat River, BC.
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Sproat Lake Provincial Park, BC
North of highway. There are two separate campgrounds with 59 vehicle accessible campsites in this park. The Lower campground has 15 sites and is located close to the lake. The Upper campground, with 44 sites, is located across the highway from the lake and is connected to the lower campground and beach access by a trail that leads through a highway underpass. Campsite reservations are accepted and first-come, first-served sites are also available.
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POINT OF INTEREST
NOTE - There is NO FUEL for 85kms west of this point, as of Aug / 2003
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View from highway
Driving west
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Taylor Arm Provincial Park, BC
North side of highway. The main purpose of Taylor Arm Provincial Park is to provide group camping facilities close to the shores of Sproat Lake. The six group campsites at this park are located across the highway from the lake, connected via a trail that leads through a highway underpass. This pleasantly wooded park has undeveloped beaches and two day-use areas, one on the shores of Sproat Lake at the end of the trail from the campground and the other at Camp 10, located 1/2 km west of the group campground parking lot down Hwy #4. A short trail from the Camp 10 parking lot also leads to the lake.
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Point of Interest
Sproat Lake, south side of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout - with Historical Information
South side of highway, paved
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Provincial - Rest Area - Roadside Highway Turnout
Picnic tables, toilets
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Point of Interest
Crossing Taylor River, BC: Taylor River runs into the west end of Sproat Lake which is west of Port Alberni on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the South Sutton River, BC.
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Point of Interest
The Sutton Summit, BC
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Wally Creek Roadside highway turnout
Looking at Walley Creek, BC, from turnout
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Roadside Highway Turnout
North side of highway, gravel
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Roadside Highway Turnout
North side of highway, large paved turnout
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View from highway
Driving west
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Roadside Highway Turnout
South side of highway, large turnout
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Roadside Highway Turnout
North side of highway
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View from highway
Driving west
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Roadside Highway Turnout
North side of highway, gravel
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Roadside Highway Turnout
North side of highway, gravel
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Corporate Limits District of Ucluelet, BC
Welcome to Ucluelet, BC. The Heart of the Pacific Rim. Attractions in and around Ucluelet, BC. - Nuu-chah-nulth Archaeological Sites - Wickaninnish Interpretive Centre - Radar Beach - Virgin Falls - Long Beach, BC - Kennedy River Bog Provincial Park - Amphitrite Point Light House and Coast Guard Station - Du Quah Gallery - Image West Gallery and Gifts.
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Junction of Roadway to the community of Ucluelet, BC
Ucluelet 6 kms south, access to community of Port Albion, BC. South to Ucluelet, BC Visitor Information Centre. South to The Wild Pacific Hiking Trail. The Wild Pacific Trail of Ucluelet is a trail system skirting the rugged cliffs and shoreline of the west coast of Vancouver Island. Overlooking Barkley Sound, BC and the Broken Group Islands, BC.
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Ucluelet, BC - Photo - The Pacific Wild Hiking Trail
Taken from trail
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Ucluelet, BC -
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Junction of Roadway to the community of Ucluelet, BC
Back on highway #4 to Trofino, BC
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Back on the Road to Trofino, BC - Point of Interest
Southern Boundery of The Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Backed by the Insular Mountains Range of Vancouver Island and facing the open Pacific Ocean, Pacific Rim presents the rich natural and cultural heritage of Canada's west coast. Its cool and wet maritime climate produces an abundance of life in the water and on land. Lush coastal temperate rainforest gives way to bountiful and diverse intertidal and subtidal areas.
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Pacific Rim National Park. BC Information
North side of highway.
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Wickaninnish Beach, BC Access
Wickaninnish Beach is an excellent place to start exploring the shoreline. Here you'll find a sandy beach, a rocky shore, and a cobblestone beach side by side.
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Fisheries Restoration Interperative Drive
North side of highway, picnic tables
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Rain Forest Hiking Trail
Parking lot, south side of highway
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Access to beach
South side of highway
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Green Point Campground
Access from highway. There is one campground within the Long Beach Unit of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Green Point Campground is located on Hwy.4, midway between Ucluelet and Tofino. All 105 sites are situated on a forested terrace with trail access to Long Beach.
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Wardens Office
Access from highway
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Long Beach, BC Parking Lot - Access to Airport
Access from highway. Photo taken from Long Beach. Surfs up!
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Long Beach, BC
Photo taken from Long Beach, looking south east
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Schooner Hiking Trail

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Long Beach Golfing & Camping
North of highway
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Radar Lookout Point
West side of highway
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Point of Interest
North boundary of Pacific Rim National Park, BC
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Entering community of Tofino, BC
North side of highway. Visitor Information Centre. Joint province and Tofino - Long Beach District Chamber of Commerce information point. Washrooms at centre. Close to Tofino, BC; is the Clayoquot Sound region, a world UNESCO biosphere reserve. Attractions in and around Tofino, BC - The Whale Centre and Museum - Tofino Community Hall - Raincoast Interpretive Centre - Nuu-chah-nulth Archaeological Sites - Wickaninnish Interpretive Centre - Eagle Aerie Gallery - House of Himwitsa Native Art Gallery - Barr's Native Jewelry & Arts - Tofino Botanical Gardens.
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Crystal Cove Beach Resort & Campground, BC - Ocean Village Beach Resort, BC
Access from highway
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McKenzie Beach Resort Campground and Cabins
West side of highway
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Tofino Botanical Gardens, BC
North side of highway. The gardens features the cultivation and display of plants native to British Columbia's coastal temperate rain forests, as well as other rain forests plants from around the world.
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Services at highway
Fuel. South side of highway
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Services at highway
Fuel. South side of highway
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Tofino, BC Business Area
All services
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164.1
RCMP Detachment
North side of highway
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Tofino, BC - Start / Finish of Highway
North by water to Clayoquot Sound, BC. East to District of Ucluelet, BC, cities of Parksville, BC, Nanaimo, BC, Victoria, BC. - Start/Finish of Road Map Highway Travel Guide -e9