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  • Crabbing from a sea kayak

    Dungeness and Red Rock Crabs are found throughout the Inside Passage. A license is required so check with the Fish & Wildlife governance to make sure that you are licensed properly and understand the rules and limits for the area where you will be crabbing. Read More
  • Getting a GPX file onto your GPS

    This short article shows you how to download a GPX file onto your computer and then select it in Basecamp software. So you need a laptop/desktop computer and you also need to download Garmin Basecamp, a free program. Read More
  • Numas Islands, Queen Charlotte Strait

    Are you an adventurer or a planner? This trip might be of interest to you. Read More
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BCMTN News

  • Wildlife viewing regulations and guidelines for paddlers to follow

    The following are some of the resources paddlers should keep in mind for correct behaviour when you encounter wildlife on the water. Read More
  • Heiltsuk Closure

    Dear Paul Grey; BC Marine Trails, I write on behalf of the leadership of Heiltsuk First Nation to address the 2020 tourism season. Read More
  • Why Give?

    BC Marine Trails: Respectful, Caring, Green, Volunteer-based Why Give to the BCMT? Please read below or visit our Give a Legacy page. Our board will respectfully handle your gifts. If you wish to donate one-time or monthly please go to our Canadahelps page. Read More
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BCMT in the news

Salish Sea Marine Trail grand opening

Salish Sea joins Canada’s Great Trail

A paddling route used for thousands of years between Vancouver Island and the mainland has officially become part of the Great Trail.

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Island Coastal Economic Trust project profile

TRAILS - BOTH HIKING TRAILS ON land, and marine trails for paddlers – are significant and growing regional tourism assets. That's the preamble from the Island Coastal Economic Trust in its profile on the Salish Sea Marine Trail, a project of the BC Marine Trails Network Association.

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Global News report

B.C.’s coastline could soon be more accessible to everyone. The BC Marine Trail Network Association is working to establish the Salish Sea Marine Trail connecting Vancouver Island with the mainland. Global News reports.

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