Originally Posted by MedicineMan
Spectacular video/trip report.
I've been in Pacific Rim National Park (Ca), this is close right?
I just love the foliage there and the ancient hints of Haida.
Were you using an Osprey-sure looked like one.
The sea caves were awesome...did it make you want to paddle through one on slack tide?
I'll be honest, my knees hurt just looking at the stairs.
Did you have to have reservations for the trail? Seems like I remember you do.
At 11:14, wonderful, just wonderful pic. You have to love the PNW..just a spectacular place.
Harbor seals, bald eagles! Man you guys saw it all. Was that a humpback! Incredible. What a freeking trip. I'm so jealous!!
Truly blessed to have done this walk. Truly truly.
Thank you very much for taking along/letting us get a glimpse of this stupendous region....can you tell I revere the Haida, the Kwakiutl, the Swami-sh and to think you walked in their footsteps.
The area of Pacific Rim Park, north of there and south of there is home to the Nuu-Chal-Nulth group of first nation bands. First contact by the spanish and american was made with this group. The Haida are up in Queen Charlottes, ( Haida Gwaii off the coast from Prince Rupert.
I can' seem to watch the video now but if a whale is breaching the water, jumping up, more than likely its a Humpback. Their a common site along the West Coast of Vancouver Is.
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