Dense rainforests and changing eco-systems along this west coast hike. So if you like both, this rugged and technical challenge is for you. The trail map can be found here. A tent can be set up anywhere at the campsites, space isn’t typically an issue. The Juan de Fuca Trail is a scenic path that goes along the west coast of Vancouver Island between Jordan River and Port Renfrew. 2040 to amend the Wildwood Terrace Neighbourhood Commercial C-1A zone to add food and beverage processing in order to permit a micro-brewery and accessory service and sales on the subject property (Bylaw No. Book online. There is also a lot of mud. Pay with cash only at trail entrance or purchase permit in advance online. Self-registration envelopes and safes are located at each trailhead on the Juan de Fuca Trail for depositing your camping fee. Juan de Fuca Trail Transportation The trail is easy to reach by public transport or with your own vehicle. Although most of the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail is designed for strenuous day or multi-day hiking/camping in this rugged and isolated area, some easy to moderate day hiking opportunities to the beach or along the trail are available starting from the trailheads. If the caches are full, you may need to rig your own. Hiking permit in a sealed plastic bag; Tide chart in a sealed plastic bag; Juan de Fuca trail guidebook (Giant Cedars, White Sands or Hiking the West Coast Vancouver Island) Topographic Juan de Fuca trail map; Compass; GPS (optional) Large sealed plastic bag to store guide, map, compass and GPS; Safety gear. No reservations required to hike Juan De Fuca, but you do need a backcountry permit applicable per person each night you’re there. Cash only (bring exact change). The Juan de Fuca Land Use Committee (LUC) considered the request to amend Bylaw No. Being part of Juan de Fuca Provincial Park, the route originated in 1889 after the telegraph line was laid to connect Victoria and Bamfield. The Juan de Fuca Trail is open May-September. The Juan de Fuca Trail is a 47km marine trail that starts at multiple areas (China Beach or Botanical Beach being 2 of the popular). Day 1 – 27km China Beach to Sombrio Beach (East) The Juan de Fuca Trail is a 47km thru hike on the west coast of southern Vancouver Island. On this trail there is a lot of women. Juan de Fuca Trail: Camping along the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail is only permitted in designated beach and forest sites, which are open all year. There are bear proof caches at each of the campsites. Juan de Fuca Marine Trail/West Coast Trail/North Coast Trail Comparison Having now hiked what I consider to be Vancouver Island's version of the Triple Crown, I thought I might write a bit of a comparison between the three hikes. The hike normally takes 3-4 days. Plenty of chances to see wildlife, from bears to whales. Sadie Creek Trailhead, a 30-mile trail and road system on the Olympic Peninsula. A Development Permit must be obtained prior to subdivision, construction, alteration of land, soil deposit or removal, or any other development or activity that would impact on any of the elements protected by a Development Permit. The 47-km (29-mi) trail starts at several trailheads: China Beach, Sombrio Beach, Parkinson Creek, and Botanical Beach. Pro tip: Laminate this or place in a large zip lock for rainy day hiking. Campsites can accommodate up to a 30-foot RV, though size may vary by site. Free printable pdf of the trail map. Make sure to pay with the official government site in the link below. ... Outside of the camping fees, there are no fees for permits or anything else. Enjoy six first-come, first-served campsites at this trailhead. Starting at Botanical is about a 3 day trek to the other end of this 1-way route. The West Coast Trail Express provides a shuttle bus service in season, May 1 to September 30, picking up and dropping off passengers at Victoria, Sooke, Jordon River, China Beach, Sombrio Beach, Port Renfrew, and Nanaimo. (You’ll need to carry the trail permit with you on the hike). You can purchase permits online. We booked a backcountry trail permit about 2 weeks in advance, but the campsites are on a first-come first-served basis. Juan de Fuca trail Map. 4381) at its meeting of November 17, 2020.At that meeting the LUC supported the applicant's request … The trail climbs to about 2,500 feet, giving visitors views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Vancouver and the San Juan Islands. Backcountry fee is $10CAD per person/day.