Join a National Park Reserve interpreter to learn about the rainforest ecosystem on Vancouver Island and the complex web of life that lives here. Experience the sights, sounds, and scents of an old growth rainforest during a two hour stroll along Schooner Cove Trail down to the beach.
The event is free and open to all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
For more information contact: Pacific Rim Visitor Centre 250.726.4212
11am, meet at the Schooner Cove Trail parking lot in the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
Reminders: Dogs are not allowed. No recording devices.
This summer, come explore with us! Let our park interpreters inspire and fascinate you as you experience all that Pacific Rim National Park Reserve has to offer.
Discover and explore the tide-pools and rainforest. Feel a fuzzy sea otter pelt. Listen to stories that are older than our ancient trees. See the land and water from a different perspective as you are immersed in the cultural and natural treasures of Pacific Rim. Here is a link to the complete summer schedule.
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