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Mountaineering the Juan de Fuca Path, Vancouver Island, Canada

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The Juan de Fuca Marine Path is a outstanding multi-day hike alongside the coast of Vancouver Island, Canada, progressing over lovely seashores and thru spectacular indigenous forest.

On this article one can find all data wanted to plan a hike on the Juan de Fuca path, all about our hike; detailed itinerary and packing checklist.

It is a average to strenuous 47 km hike within the Juan de Fuca Provincial Park alongside the west coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. We hiked the route in 4 days, which is the commonest strategy to full the complete path. The footpath stretches from China Seaside, near the city Sooke within the south, to Botanical Seaside positioned near Port Renfrew within the north. The extra well-known West Coast path with comparable surroundings additionally begin near Port Renfrew extending alongside the coast in the wrong way. The Juan de Fuca Marine path meanders by a spectacular mixture of solitary rainforest, sandy and rocky seashores and biodiverse rock swimming pools, providing panoramic views and an unreal number of fauna and flora. Preserve your eyes on the ocean and also you would possibly spot gray whales, killer whales, seals or sea lions, within the forest maintain a glance out for black bears and cougars and don’t skip the implausible tidal swimming pools inhabited by  starfish, sea urchins,  barnacles, blue mussels, anemones, sea cucumbers and lots extra fascinating animals.

Mountaineering so near the ocean is without doubt one of the superb experiences on the Juan de Fuca path.

Path Data

  • Distance – 47 km/ 29 miles
  • Time required – Three to five days
  • Beginning and Finish level – Botanical Seaside to China Seaside
  • Whole ascent (in Four days) – 1973 m
  • Whole descent (in Four days) – 1930 m
  • Strolling floor – a mixture of sand and rocks on the seashore, footpaths with floor various between dust and knee deep mud.
  • Route marking – wooden indicators, orange markers on bushes
  • Common price – common of $30 per individual per day
  • Lodging – tenting
  • Meals – carry meals throughout the path

Varied strolling surfaces on the Juan de Fuca path

How you can do the Juan de Fuca Path

Which route to hike The Juan de Fuca Path

The whole path is 47 km/29 miles in accordance with the official markers, my GPS gave me a bit extra distance on a regular basis, possibly there was a little bit of variation in distance as a result of we tried to go to the seashore as a lot as potential. The path could be hiked both means; from north to south beginning at Botanical seashore near Port Renfrew and ending at China Seaside or the opposite means round. We hiked the path mid August, there have been solely a handful of individuals on the path and visitors in each instructions was very comparable, however I’ve heard extra folks hike from China Seaside heading north to Botanical Seaside in season. All of the hills are steep ups and downs as could be seen on every day’s elevation profile, our complete ascent and complete respectable was nearly equivalent confirming the problem can be comparable in each instructions.

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Mountaineering subsequent to the ocean alternates by mountain climbing some spectacular forest paths on the Juan de Fuca path.

Time required to hike the whole Juan de Fuca path

I used to be visiting household in Canada and my brother hiked the path with me, he’s not a really skilled hiker. We did the path in Four days and three nights comfortably, so in case you are moderately match you need to have the ability to full the path at a really relaxed tempo in Four days with out issues. It took us a mean of 6 hours per day, that leaves a whole lot of time to swim, break and discover. what tempo you’re snug to stroll at, we met a few folks on the path doing it in Three or 5 days respectively. We even handed some runners finishing the path in someday! I might advocate that you simply attempt to rise up early sufficient to begin strolling by 10 am. The primary day we completely overslept, waking up at 10 am and solely beginning our stroll at 12:00, we walked nearly 7 hours ending fairly late.

Day hikes on the Juan de Fuca path

The path could be accessed from a number of path heads every with automotive parking if you wish to do one-day hikes or solely stroll a part of the path, on this means some folks additionally do the path over multiple weekend. The path can simply be accessed from the highway at Parkinson Creek, Sombrio Seaside and China Seaside.

Beginning the path Botanical Path head.

Juan de Fuca Path Transportation

The path is simple to succeed in by public transport or with your personal car. The West Coast Path Categorical supplies a shuttle bus service in season, Could 1 to September 30, selecting up and dropping off passengers at Victoria, Sooke, Jordon River, China Seaside, Sombrio Seaside, Port Renfrew, and Nanaimo. On the time of writing the worth is $CAD55 a method with the shuttle. In case you have a automotive, you’ll be able to park on the path head parking space the place you’ll finish your stroll and ebook the shuttle to select you up, ending the hike at your automotive. For instance, many individuals park their vehicles on the China Seaside automotive park and ebook the West Coast Path Categorical bus to select them up at China Seaside taking them to Port Renfrew to begin the hike. One other fashionable choice is to ebook the shuttle to select you up after your hike and take you to Victoria, however keep in mind it solely drives as soon as a day in every route so that you may need to attend a few hours and in case you are late the bus will depart with out you. We didn’t ebook the return shuttle since I knew we might end hours earlier than the pickup time, we hitchhiked to Sooke from the place we took a public bus, it solely took us 5 minutes to get a experience.

Greatest Time of the Yr to Hike Juan de Fuca

  • The Juan de Fuca Path is open the entire yr, no reserving is required for campsites.
  • Though the hike could also be completed all yr spherical, climate sensible a nice time of the yr is mid-Could to mid-September. That’s additionally the principle tenting season.
  • Busy season from mid-June by to early September
  • Peak season July and August.

Position of Tides on the Juan de Fuca Path

The Juan de Fuca path has some sections that may be hiked on the seashore. A few of the seashores could also be underwater at excessive tide, there’s nevertheless all the time another path within the forest. The entrances from seashore to forest path are clearly marked with pink buoys and there are indicators that present at which tides sure seashores is probably not accessible. A tide desk from the Port Refrew space will present you when and the way excessive tides might be. Botanical Seaside is alleged to be one of many richest tidal areas on the island’s west coast and the life within the rock swimming pools is fascinating. To completely respect the life within the tidal zone of this seashore discover this space at low tide, ideally under 4.0m.

The next seashores can solely be handed when the tides are are decrease than indicated under. We discovered the data on the desk under on the official BC trails map.

Seaside Identify Km Marker
(South to North)
Satisfactory at tide
top under m/ft
Bear Seaside 8.0 3.00/9.8
Chin Seaside (east) 20.6 2.75/9.0
Chin Seaside (west) 21.3 2.75/9.0
Sombrio (east) 28.0 3.0/9.8
Sombrio (west) 29.6 2.6/8.5
Sombrio (west-west) 30.2 3.0/9.8

Campsites on the Juan de Fuca Path

Tenting alongside the Juan de Fuca Marine Path is simply permitted in designated seashore and forest camp websites, these are open all yr. All camp websites the place we stayed had a bear money, working water and bathroom. Self-registration envelopes and safes are positioned at every trailhead for depositing your tenting charge, you may also pay on-line. China Seaside is the one camp web site the place websites could be booked, all different websites are first come, first serve.

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Tenting on Chin Seaside on the second evening.

Tenting on the seashore – Tenting on the seashore is feasible at Mystic Seaside, Bear Seaside, Chin Seaside and Sombrio Seaside (East). If tenting on the seashore be sure you camp above the excessive tide mark. At Chin seashore we thought we have been pitching our tent above the excessive tide mark, I wakened in the midst of the evening with the water a few meter or 2 from our tent, the ocean was very loud! We determined to maneuver the tent to a safer spot.

Tenting within the forest – at Little Kuitsche Creek and Payzant Creek the camp websites are within the forest and away from the seashore.

Bogs on the Juan de Fuca Path

The amenities on the path was glorious, it was lengthy drop fashion bathrooms, however each camp web site had very clear, fashionable bathrooms with rest room paper and hand sanitizer. We have been tremendous impressed.

Bears on the Juan de Fuca Path

The Juan de Fuca path is in bear nation, it’s primarily black bears that reside on this space. Bears hibernate in winter and from mid March by summer time they depart their dens to seek out meals. There’s a whole lot of pair scat on the path and you’ve got a great probability of seeing them, for many vacationers that is an thrilling prospect! We simply missed a mother with two cubs on the path (noticed by fellow hiker). I’ve typically heard {that a} mother with cubs is harmful, statistics nevertheless proves this idea handed as reality fallacious, solitary males are chargeable for the most important portion of the few of bear assaults that happen. Off target these animals could be harmful, however there has solely been a handful of bear assaults in BC over the past 20 years. You may have a a lot larger probability of getting killed in a automotive accident on the way in which to the hike. Put your meals and rubbish in a bear proof container (bear cache) on the camp web site. Don’t depart your rubbish there, you’re suppose to hold it with you.

What to do in case you see a bear (regional parks) – keep calm, converse to the bear in calm voice, again away slowly, don’t run – the bear is quicker than you, take out bear spray and know how one can use it, take some good images! if attacked use bear spray and combat again!

Meals on the path

Packing meals for this path was a pleasure since we had entry to mountain climbing retailer promoting superior dehydrated tenting meals in Vancouver, a bit extra dear, however mild, filling and scrumptious! all the things you need from tenting meals.

  • Breakfast – 2 packs of instantaneous oats every per day for breakfast
  • Lunch – a chocolate per day every
  • Dinner – We packed a mixture of what Alya and I often pack and dehydrated meals. Nights 1 and three – A dehydrated meal (2 servings) every. Evening 2 – 2 packs of noodles and a small pack of tuna every.
Meals in every individual’s backpack for Four day Three evening Juan de Fuca path hike, x2 dehydrated meal,
x2 Noodles, x2 Tuna, x4 chocolate bar, x8 Oats

Alya (the opposite Stingy Nomad) and I are severe caffeine junkies, Kobus match good affected by the identical habit. We made superior espresso twice a day with our aeropress.

To boil water for espresso and put together meals we carried a little bit fuel range and two small fuel canisters and a prepare dinner set.

Consuming Water on the Juan de Fuca Path

There are a lot of water sources alongside the way in which and carrying one water bottle per individual needs to be ample. Each camp we stayed at has a river or at the very least little creek with working water near the tenting space. It’s endorsed by the official authorities web site that consuming water is boiled, handled or filtered earlier than consuming, do that if you wish to be protected. We carried a Lifestraw filter bottle and a MSR filter to deal with water with, different campers had chlorine tablets, that is cheaper however style horrible. My opinion is that the water is sweet high quality, working water with slight discoloration attributable to tannins from foliage. There are not any massive herds of cattle like cows, sheeps or alpachas we mentioned this, reasoning a few bears and deer cannot crap that a lot and drank water with out remedy after we bought lazy, we didn’t have any issues. Don’t get consuming water instantly down stream of a busy camp web site.


There are many lodging choices to fit your finances in Port Renfrew and Victoria.


Port Renfrew

  • On a Price range – You possibly can camp at China Seaside and begin strolling North within the morning, Botanical Seaside doesn’t have tenting, there are a number of different campsites in Port Renfrew in case you are on a finances.
  • Trailhead Resort (financial system cabins)
  • Wild Coast Chalets (good score, 400m from city heart)
  • Distant Renfrew Riverside Retreat (pet pleasant cabins)
Strolling on the seashores is usually very rocky making for gradual progress.

Juan de Fuca Path Price range

  • Tenting – $CAD10 per day pp – $30
  • Meals – $CAD15 per day pp – $60
  • Transport – $CAD55 pp Trailbus a method
  • Bear spray – $CAD50
  • Range Fuel – $CAD6

Whole – $CAD201 per individual ($150)

Juan de Fuca Path Itinerary

Day 0 – Vancouver to Victoria

Take a ferry from Vancouver (Tsawwassen Ferry terminal) to Victoria (Swartz Bay Ferry terminal). Take a public bus from Swartz Bay to Victoria. In a single day in Victoria.

There have been some very muddy sections on the Juan de Fuca path, you positively want a mountain climbing stick or your arms a while!

Day 1

Victoria – Port Renfrew-Botanical Seaside

We took the West Coast Path Categorical from Victoria to Port Renfrew departing at 06.45 and arriving at 08:45. See the West Coast Path Categorical Bus Schedule right here. Had an incredible breakfast at Coastal Kitchen Cafe. Stroll from Port Refrew to Botanical Seaside Path Head is 2.5km on the highway (25 min). There was an ATM on the Coastal Kitchen Cafe.

Botanical Seaside to Little Kuitshe Creek

Botanical Seaside, Payzant Creek Tenting, Parkinson Creek Trailhead, Little Kuitshe Creek Tenting

  • Start line – Botanical Seaside Trailhead
  • Ending level – Kuitshe Creek Campsite
  • Distance – 14 km (walked 18km complete in accordance with my GPS)
  • Stroll on the Seaside – 1.5 km
  • Whole Time – 7h 6min
  • Shifting Time – 4h 19min
  • Whole ascent – 457 m
  • Whole descent – 488 m

Highlights of the Day

  • The Rock swimming pools at Botanical Seaside

We arrived in Port Renfrew simply earlier than 9am, discovering a spot to have breakfast, shopping for water and drawing cash took a while (we ended up doing all of that at Coastal Kitchen Cafe). The bus drops you in Port Renfrew from the place it’s an half an hour stroll to the beginning of the path, we solely began the hike at 12 pm.

Take someday to to discover the superior rock swimming pools of Botanical seashore.

We crossed Botanical Seaside when the tide was pretty low permitting us to have a look round within the well-known rock swimming pools. We walked about 2km from Botanical Seaside on the seashore, in accordance with maps we checked out components of the seashore is underwater at excessive tide and there’s another path within the forest. See the connected GFX map earlier underneath ‘Maps’ within the article. We went for a swim on the seashore at Windfall cove, the water was freezing! A few kilometer after Windfall Cove we walked one other part of about 1km on the seashore.

Elevation Profile from Botanical Seaside to Little Kuitshe Creek Campsite

As could be seen from the elevation profile there have been some pretty flat part with going up and down medium to massive hills. Mountaineering this stage in both route can be equally onerous. Many of the day is walked on paths within the forest. It was a protracted day for less than 14km, taking about 7 hours! There have been some muddy sections, however not the worst we had on the path, we have been fortunate with dry climate! The day turned very lengthy as a result of we bought up at 5am in Victoria, walked 2km to the bus cease, one other 2 from Port Renfrew to the beginning of the path and ended up ending the day fairly late, I might advocate you attempt to begin mountain climbing not later than 10am.

Day 2

Little Kuitshe Creek to Chin Seaside

Little Kuitshe Creek Tenting, Sombrio West West, Sombrio West, Sombrio Center, Loss Creek Bridge, Chin Seaside

  • Start line – Little Kuitshe Creek Campsite
  • Ending level – Chin Seaside Campsite
  • Distance – 12 km (walked 15km complete in accordance with my GPS)
  • Stroll on the Seaside – 1.7 km
  • Whole Time – 6h 13min
  • Shifting Time – 4h 16min
  • Whole ascent – 411 m
  • Whole descent – 448 m

Highlights of the Day

  • Slot Canyon and Secret Waterfall
  • Sombrio Seaside
  • Suspension Bridges

After little or no sleep earlier than day one we completely overslept and had one other late begin! The tide was to excessive to stroll over Sombrio West West on the seashore, however from there we had a few 2km stroll on the seashore. Sombria is a superb seashore, it is vitally fashionable with native surfers and there have been a handful of fellows on the market regardless that the surf was very flat. Many day guests and weekend campers come right here, strolling the 2kms from the Sombrio path head. There have been some muddy sections by the forest, at the very least it was flat. After Three hours and 40 minutes (9km) we hit the steepest climb of the day, 1 km uphill with some muddy components which took nearly half an hour, you’ll be able to see on the elevation profile after a flat part we began happening once more and ended the day strolling a few hundred meters on Chin Seaside to the camp web site. You stroll over Three implausible suspension bridges on this present day. Don’t miss the superb ‘secret waterfall’ in a slot canyon from Sombrio Seaside, it’s straightforward to overlook. This superb waterfall and canyon was an incredible place to interrupt for a lunch break and a brilliant refreshing bathe!
Highlights of the Day

Don’t miss the superb slot canyon and waterfall at Sombrio Beah!

Stroll to the east finish of Sombrio Seaside finally you’ll move a cave-like rock, simply previous that search for a small stream of water working from the woods to the ocean, we solely noticed one stream. Comply with that watercourse. It’s about 250m to the waterfall, it isn’t seen from the seashore.You will note two big cliffs of moss-covered rock with the waterfall proper in the midst of it.

Our campsite on Chin Seaside was our favourite on the hike, we camped about 50m away from the principle campsite, proper on the seashore. Sadly we have been nearer to the excessive tide mark than we thought and have been woken by the ocean in the midst of the evening and moved our tent!

Day Three

Chin Seaside to Bear Seaside

Chin Seaside, Loss Creek Bridge, Bear Seaside Three Tenting, Bear Seaside 2 Tenting, Bear Seaside Three Tenting

  • Start line – Chin Seaside Campsite
  • Ending level – Bear Seaside Campsite
  • Distance – 12 km (walked 14.9 km complete in accordance with my GPS)
  • Stroll on the Seaside – 1 km
  • Whole Time – 5h 49min
  • Shifting Time – 3h 49min
  • Whole ascent – 666 m
  • Whole descent – 675 m

Highlights of the Day

  • Swimming within the rock swimming pools in a creek on the way in which to Bear Seaside.
  • Bear Seaside is actually lovely

The stretch from Chin to Bear is named the hardest day on the path. We bought up at 7am, it was nice to begin strolling a early! You possibly can see on the elevation profile we walked over 14 hills (you’ll be able to rely 16, is determined by what you see as a hill). There was once more some muddy sections, but it surely was not the extremely powerful day we anticipated and was our shortest strolling day to this point taking about 5 hours in complete. On the way in which went for an incredible swim at a some swimming pools about Three or Four kilometers earlier than bear seashore.

You possibly can see from the elevation profile that the whole ascend and respectable for this present day was essentially the most for any day, so it needs to be the toughest, since we began early and completed early this present day didn’t really feel that tough. Once more you once more see ascend and descent was comparable so route of this present day shouldn’t matter to a lot relating to problem.

We had such an superior tenting spot at Bear Seaside 2.

Bear Seaside is a protracted seashore and a pleasant stroll, all three campsites; Bear 1, 2 and three have bathrooms and working water. We actually preferred Bear 2 and camped right here. Bear 2 is split in two campsites with bathrooms solely the principle web site has working water. We determined to sacrifice working water and stroll a bit extra for a much less crowded campsite.

Day 4

Bear Seaside to China Seaside

Bear Seaside, Mystic Seaside, China Seaside

  • Start line – Bear Seaside Campsite
  • Ending level – China Seaside Campsite
  • Distance – 9 km (walked 10 km complete in accordance with my GPS)
  • Stroll on the Seaside – 1 km
  • Whole Time – 3h 44min
  • Shifting Time – 3h 01min
  • Whole ascent – 439 m
  • Whole descent – 368 m

Highlights of the Day

  • Mystic Seaside, excellent spot for a swim
  • Bathe, espresso, hamburger

The final day was a brief one, as per standard this present day we simply walked to complete and purchase a giant americano and one thing greasy and unhealthy to eat 🙂 We had a reasonably early begin and completed at about 12 pm. If you happen to have a look at the whole up and down and the elevation profile you will notice it was about the identical as a lot of the different days and thus not that straightforward, however the size of the stroll made it straightforward. There’s some seashore strolling on Bear seashore initially if the tide permits and on a pleasant seashore, Mystic Seaside on the way in which. We have been planning a swim right here however this by no means occurred, I saved fascinated about a hamburger with my title on it.

Packing Listing

For long run journey and severe mountain climbing the Osprey Aeather 70L AG Rucksack or Ariel 65 ladies’s model is and glorious backpack.

Mountaineering boots/footwear – ensure that your footwear are;

  • waterproof
  • respiration
  • have good grip – typically you stroll on muddy or rocky terrain
  • match good – you may have some house to wiggle your toes
  • good high quality

Must you hike in boots or footwear? it is a quite common debate, the necessity for ankle assist is a private desire, however with all of the mud on the path boots has a particular benefit.   Carrying merino wool socks in waterproof mountain climbing footwear is the way in which to go.

If you happen to like a low minimize shoe – Merrell Moab 2 Waterproof or Salomon X Extremely Prime  are good choice for you; sturdy, waterproof, snug, have good grip. For many who choose high-cut fashions – KEEN Targhee II Waterproof or extra finances choice – Columbia Granite Ridge. 

For women – Alya prefers a extra ‘girly’ choice to leather-based boots – footwear like KEEN Targhee II,  Salomon Ellipse 2 or Merrell Moab 2 Waterproof. She has walked about 3000km in her Merrel Moab2’s ! If you happen to’re in search of one thing cheaper Columbia Dakota Drifter is an efficient choice. For women that choose a boot minimize Columbia Ladies’s Newton Ridge Plus Mountaineering Boot, is a wonderful alternative.

A water-resistant jacket girls or (males’s mannequin) with hood in case of sturdy wind or rain. 

Rain poncho – Within the wet season a poncho that may match over you and your daypack is a good suggestion to maintain you utterly dry, mild and small to hold.

Trekking pants – One or two pairs of sunshine quick dry mountain climbing pants, for girls I’d counsel to pack trekking pants and yoga pants. Alya all the time take each and like sporting yoga pants – they stretch straightforward and are extra snug. 

Fleece vest– very mild to pack,  a fleece vest is good for additional warmth layering, girls.

Mountaineering shirt – Don’t pack cotton, in case you sweat underneath your jacket you may be moist and chilly beneath. Alya prefers mountain climbing in breathable, moisture wicking, quik dry T-shirts, packing a protracted sleeve shirt and one quick sleeve T-shirt. I really like mountain climbing in Columbia shirts, they don’t take in water so dry rapidly and protects me from the solar if I take my jacket off. Fast dry if I get importunity at hand wash on the way in which. 

Sport bras – they’re nice for mountain climbing and outside, Alya says that she prefers sport bras over regular bras. 

Underwear – take two-three pairs with relying on a hike period.

Merino wool socks – a should have particularly for lengthy hikes. Up to now we didn’t pay a lot consideration to socks – purchased any random low-cost socks and used to have blisters. We’ve heard lots from different hikers about merino wool socks and at last determined to offer it a go. They do work nice, now we all the time put on them for mountain climbing. Some benefits of merino wool socks; don’t take in odors, shield your toes, dry fast and really sturdy. For much more snug stroll verify Darn Robust mountain climbing socks they’re well-known for excellent foot assist and blister safety. Alya likes their girls’ fashions; colourful and funky.

Cap/hat – a should have within the mountains for solar safety. Alya prefers sporting a cap, I often takes a hat on hikes. 

Sun shades – carry sun shades for mountain climbing within the mountains with excessive UV safety and polarized lenses.  

Pack a BUFF Multifunctional Headwear – protects your neck and face from solar burn, wind and climate. Get a cool one, mine is a South African flag, superior for images!

Gaiters – Waterproof Windproof Heat Footwear Cowl. On this hike gaitors are crucial to maintain mud out of your footwear!

Trekking Poles – very useful within the mud, in case you don’t have a pair get a stick early on, helped us lots. TrailBuddy Mountaineering Sticks, TrailBuddy Mountaineering Sticks very properly rated, good worth for cash, aluminium trekking poles. Aluminium is robust and a bit heavier than carbon, my recommendation is avoid wasting cash, go for these guys! High of the road Black Diamond Path Professional Shock Trekking Pole, 68-140cm.

Microfibre towels take nearly no house, are mild and dry straightforward in order that they gained’t get moldy and begin smelling.   Lively Roots Microfiber Journey Towel

Journey moist wipes are very useful to interchange a bathe, we now have been sitting in our tent ‘washing’ with these on numerous hikes.

Hand cleaner simpler than discovering a faucet and cleaning soap to clean your arms if you wish to eat.

First Assist Package

  • ache killers paracetemol/aspirin/ibuprofen
  • imodium for an upset abdomen
  • rehydrate (isotonic drink) for if you find yourself dehydrated and helps with cramping
  • Plasters – be sure you have sufficient you would possibly get blisters  Tip! In case you have spots in your toes the place you often get blisters attempt to stop them by first placing some vaseline on it after which plaster. If you have already got blister you need to use Compeed – a particular plaster that you would be able to placed on blisters, it reduces the ache and protects in opposition to rubbing. There are particular blister prevention patches for footwear as properly. We’ve by no means used them however the critiques are fairly good.
  • Antiseptic/iodine.


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