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  • Rain, light and wind

    Beautiful and wild. Mysterious and remote. Rugged Point is located on the west coast of northern Vancouver Island and near the southwest end of Kyuquot Channel. This place is incredible! Read More
  • Crossing the Salish Sea

    I had long wanted to paddle across the Strait of Georgia and more so after helping to plan the Salish Sea Marine Trail from Vancouver to Victoria. So, paddling across from the Mainland for the trail’s Grand Opening in Nanaimo seemed like a good way to celebrate the new trail and complete a ‘bucket list’ trip.   Read More
  • Wild BC sea kayak: solitude and swell

    In June 2017 I found myself on the west coast of Vancouver Island with ten free days, no sea kayaking companions and a rare opportunity to explore – alone – a new coastline. Read More
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BCMTNA 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.

Read the project profile.

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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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  • Vaikobi Crazy Eight Race results

    The first Salish Sea Marine Trail Crazy Eight race got underway on Sunday with sponsorship from Vaikobi (thanks Paul!) and here are the results. Read More
  • WHAT DOES THE BC MARINE TRAILS NETWORK ASSOCIATION DO FOR YOU?

    First Nations have freely travelled the coast of BC in canoes for thousands of years.  It has been 50 years since the first recreational kayakers ventured out to explore and enjoy this same wild and majestic coastline, relatively free to stop and camp anywhere along the way. Read More
  • Message for Kayakers

    Please read. A number of kayakers are leaving campfires unattended or still burning when they leave a camping site. As well kayakers should not burn their toilet paper. Please read the following document issued July 21, 2017. Read More
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