201 Brooks Peninsula Kayaking and Boating Map

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Description

Brooks Peninsula exemplifies the untamed, wild nature of the outer Vancouver Island coast. The various features of this region may be found elsewhere in British Columbia, but rarely together in such magnificent harmony. Picture long stretches of pristine shoreline backed by forested mountains where roads have never encroached, rich in marine and bird life, dotted with numerous island clusters, beautiful wilderness camping locations and compelling history. Suffice it to say, Brooks Peninsula is a supremely special location.
Brooks Peninsula has the advantage of being accessible from both the north and the south. Both approaches offer vastly different styles of touring. From Kyuquot Sound, the general route is through the Mission Group Islands to the Bunsby Islands, then perhaps a visit along the south side of Brooks Peninsula. From the north, launch sites are closer to the peninsula, but conditions on the water can be wilder. The main consideration for either trip is the time to get here and the time needed to explore. Don’t cut yourself short – weeks could be spent on either side and you would still just scratch the surface. 

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