West Coast Wild Adventures Home Plan Your Trip Business Directory West Coast Wild Adventures Website Phone 1-877.992.9453 1-250-726-8668 Email email@example.com Social Media @westcoastwild @westcoastwild @westcoastwild Address 51861 Highway#4 (Surf Highway), BC Grab the adventure, save the memories! Choose your adventure: Zip Line Course: Ride a thrilling series of zip lines through the canopy of an old growth rain forest then thread through the wild Kennedy River Canyon. Book Here! Zipline Tour Times: 10am, 12pm, 2pm & 4pm Paddle on the Calm Waters of Kennedy River: We supply wetsuits, life jackets, and helmets as well as the paddle boards and kayaks. Launching from a sandy beach where you are on a lovely calm part of the river surrounded by canyons. Book Here! Traditional Cultural education is an important part of WestCoast Wild’s spectacular Zip-Line tour. We are proud to be welcomed by the Tla-o-qui-aht people. To partner with them in Hauukmin (like a feast bowl) Tribal Park, their Traditional Territory in the Winchee (all species of Salmon) watershed. Ancient Rainforest clings to the steep walls of a sculptured canyon carved in solid rock by the constant flow of water from surrounding mountains. We safely guide you through, down six zip-lines for an intimate and unique perspective of this mystical place. Researching with the help of elders, councilors and band members we have created an informative interpretive talk for this experience. The ecological philosophy of the Nuu-Chan-Nulth people has always been Hishuk’ish Tsawalk (Everything is one). We talk about the flora and fauna of this specific canyon. How a cultured people could obtain everything they needed, food, shelter, clothing, medicine as well as art and the means to hunt Whales. This talk has garnered excellent reviews from our guests on TripAdvisor as well as academics. We are defiantly on the “Top ten things to do” in the Pacific Rim. Joe Martin a Tla-o-qui-aht Master Carver recently spent six weeks on site teaching traditional carving skills. With a crew of volunteers, they carved an 11 meter Chuputz (Canoe) from a single cedar tree. Water is life and the Winchee exemplifies this. It has moods, from the tranquil green of low water in the summer to the raging floods of fall, winter, and spring. It will talk to you. Will you listen?