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FARM FOLKS/CITY FOLKS, FEAST OF FOODS. A GOURMET WANDERING HARVEST FESTIVAL
16th Annual Vancouver Island Feast of Fields
FARM FOLKS/CITY FOLKS, FEAST OF FOODS. A GOURMET WANDERING HARVEST FESTIVAL
For everyone who appreciate luxury, this Salt Spring resort is indeed a one of a kind experience
Victoria is the number one choice for retirement in Canada and I just happen to have the perfect retirement home for you
Gold River is the launch point for sportsfishing enthusiasts who kow a secret that others are just discouvering
A Story about a whale and the unique quality of a realtionship between himslef and the people he touches
The Quw’utsun Cultural and Conference Centre in Duncan is a must see for admirere of native arts and crafts
British Columbia’s proud aviation past
The famous Glass House in Boswell was built from over half a million discarded embalming fluid bottles.
Cape Scott Provincial Park is a truly magnificient area of rugged coastline wilderness located in northwestern Vancouver Island

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Feast of Fields – a gourmet wandering harvest
 festival – is FarmFolkCityFolk’s annual fundraising
 event.
 With a wine glass and linen napkin in hand, you
 can taste the very best of BC from chefs, vintners,
 brewers, farmers, and food artisans from across
 the province.
Connections are made between producers and
 chefs, food producers and consumers, and farm
 folks and city folks.
These connections provide an increased awareness
 of and appreciation for local food and agriculture.
 Feast of Fields is a gastronomic journey towards
 a sustainable, local food system.
History of Feast of Fields in British Columbia
Feast of Fields is an idea originally crafted by
 renowned chef Michael Standlandter.
As part of the organization “Knives and Forks,”
 Michael partnered with Jamie Kennedy to create
 an event that aimed to get urbanites out to
 Ontario farms.
 In 1994, the Feast of Fields concept crossed the
 country to Vancouver’s FarmFolk/CityFolk Society.
 Since 1995, FarmFolk/CityFolk has organized Feast
 of Fields events in British Columbia to highlight
 the connections between farmers and chefs and
 to increase the connections between farm folks
and city folks.
Net proceeds from Feast of Fields fund a portion
 of FarmFolk/CityFolk’s work throughout the
 province, year round. For more information
about our work, please visit our website .
 Over the years, FarmFolk/CityFolk has also donated
 a portion of Feast proceeds to a variety of regional
 projects including the Island Chefs’ Collaborative,
 the Good Food Box, Malaspina Culinary Program,
 Stewards of Irreplaceable Land (SOIL), LifeCycles,
 and Pemberton Community Garden, among many,
 many others.
For a few years, we organized a Sea-to-Sky Feast
 of Fields.
In 2006 and 2007 the Sea-to Sky Feast was at
 Sturdy’s North Arm Farm in Pemberton and in
 2008, it was at Whistler’s Rebagliati Park.
In 2009, we added an Okanagan Feast of Fields to
 our fundraising line up, joining our long-running
Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island Feasts.
OKANAGAN
  LOWER MAINLAND
  VANCOUVER ISLAND
 
Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 1-5pm
Brock Farm, Okanagan Falls
 
Click here to purchase tickets.
 Sunday, August 29, 2010 1-5pm
 Wellbrook Winery, Delta
  Click here to purchase tickets.
 We are delighted to announce the hosts
 of this year’s Vancouver Island Feast of Fields…
 Katy and John Erlich of Alderlea Farm in
 the Cowichan Valley.
The Feast will be held on their beautiful farm
 Sunday, September 16th. Tickets will go on sale
 June 1st at www.feastoffields.com .
To find out more about they farm please visit
http://www.alderleafarm.com/
— with Johnkaty Ehrlich
www.cherylyoung.ca
CHERYL HOLMES YOUNG, REALTOR
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Hastings House Country House Hotel
—a small waterfront luxury country resort, spa
 and restaurant – sits on 22 acres on the waterfront
 of Ganges Harbour, Salt Spring Island,
British Columbia.
 Enjoy luxury lodging, fine dining, wellness and
relaxation in a casually-elegant atmosphere.
Explore British Columbia’s natural beauty,
 Salt Spring’s mild climate and the warmth and
creativity of its people.
Return to an era of grace and simplicity with a
 getaway to Hastings House Country House Hotel.
Elegant  Accommodations
The heart of the seaside resort is a magnificent
11-th century Sussex-style Manor House overlooking
peaceful Ganges Harbour on Salt Spring Island, BC.
The Manor House is where guests gather for
cocktails and conversation, before dinner.
 Eighteen unique guest rooms and suites, each
 with its own décor and history, are situated in
 seven lovingly maintained buildings around
the estate.
Island Ambience
Enjoy breathtaking harbour views, acres of vibrant
 lawns, gardens, and forests, abundant wildlife and
 a lively arts community.
Salt Spring Island will lure you from the estate
with a range of shops and galleries, and many
choices for outdoor and water activities, such as
 biking, hiking, fishing, sailing, diving, kayaking,
 tennis, golf, farm, garden and winery tours.
Peaceful and beautiful any time of the year,
 Salt Spring Island is one of Canada’s premier
 vacation destinations.
Regional British Columbia Cuisine
Indulge your palate from morning to night, starting
 with a complimentary wakeup hamper of steaming
coffee or tea and a freshly baked muffin delivered
 to your door.
 Follow at your leisure with a hearty English Breakfast
 served in the Manor House, and an exquisite
multi-course dinner in the Dining Room or Verandah,
 featuring Salt Spring Island lamb, fresh local seafood,
 and herbs, and produce from the estate gardens and
orchards.
 European-trained Chef Marcel Kauer’s daily menus
 are complemented by an award-winning wine
 cellar focusing on the best of British Columbia
wines and gems from around the world.
Can’t wait for dinner?
Order a gourmet picnic basket or backpack to
 sustain you through the day’s activities, or drop
 into the dining room between 3:30 and 4:30 pm
to enjoy our complimentary Afternoon Tea.
Luxurious Spa Treatments
The Spa at Hastings House pampers each guest
with beauty and wellness therapies including
 relaxation massage, purifying facials, rejuvenating
 body wraps.
Guests may also indulge themselves with essential
 oil massage, in the comfort and privacy of their
 own fireplace suite.
 Chefs Across the Water 2010
Hastings House Country House Hotel and Dining
Room on Salt Spring Island is pleased to present
 our new guest chef program—top BC chefs have
 been invited to prepare five-course dinners in
the Hastings House kitchen, incorporating Salt
Spring Island’s produce, seafood, and meats.
 Wine pairings featuring BC wines will be offered
 to complement the extraordinary menus.
Salt Spring Island is a food-lover’s paradise, blessed
 with a mild Mediterranean-like climate and devoted
 growers and producers renowned for their organic
 fruits and vegetables, meats, and cheeses.
Fresh-caught, wild seafood rounds out nature’s
 local  pantry.
In recent years, island wineries have further added
 to the diversity of the local harvest.
 Diners can look forward to amazing experiences
 as the celebrated guest chefs each put their own
personal spin on Salt Spring Island flavours.
Help support the Salt Spring Abattoir Project
These events will also raise awareness of the
 health  and economic benefits of using local,
organic and sustainable ingredients and bring into
 focus how local farming is being challenged by
changing regulations that favour large agri-businesses.
 A portion of the proceeds of the Guest Chef
dinners will go to Island Natural Growers to benefit
the  Salt Spring Abattoir Project.
Hastings House Country House Hotel,
 160 Upper Ganges Road, Salt Spring Island,
British Columbia (BC) Canada 1-800-661-9255
www.hastingshouse.com
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Victoria’s plentiful sunny days, reasonable cost of
 living and multitude of post-secondary institutions
 are some of the factors that make it the best place
to live in Canada, according to rankings released
 Monday by MoneySense magazine.
Victoria took the top honours for the first time in
 the magazine’s annual list of best places to live,
 which included 154 cities across Canada with a
 population over 10,000.
Criteria included what is important to people who
 live in a city, rather than to tourists, such as
 income potential, the likelihood of finding a job,
housing costs and weather.
MoneySense features editor Rob Gerlsbeck said
 that Victoria has a lot of positives.
“I defy you to find a better city in Canada for
weather,” Gerlsbeck said Monday on CTV’s Canada AM.
“It’s warm, only goes below 0 Celsius for 50 days
 a year, which is incredible for Canada.
It doesn’t rain too much. And the unemployment
 rate is incredibly low.
 Victoria best place to live in Canada, report says
 CTV.ca News   Updated: Mon. Apr. 27 2009 9:11 AM ET
Victoria’s plentiful sunny days, reasonable cost of
living and multitude of post-secondary institutions
 are some of the factors that make it the best place
 to live in Canada, according to rankings released
 Monday by MoneySense magazine.
Victoria took the top honours for the first time in
 the magazine’s annual list of best places to live,
which included 154 cities across Canada with a
population over 10,000.
Criteria included what is important to people who
 live in a city, rather than to tourists, such as
 income potential, the likelihood of finding a job,
 housing costs and weather.
MoneySense features editor Rob Gerlsbeck said
 that Victoria has a lot of positives.
“I defy you to find a better city in Canada for weather,”
Gerlsbeck said Monday on CTV’s Canada AM.
 ”It’s warm, only goes below 0 Celsius for 50 days
a year, which is incredible for Canada.
It doesn’t rain too much. And the unemployment
rate is incredibly low.”
Other factors that make these cities great places to
 live include the fact that each of them, with the
 exception of Burlington, has a college or university
 and many of them are capital cities, Gerlsbeck said.
“Universities have a very calming effect on a city’s
 economy,” Gerlsbeck said.
 ”You add in well-paid university staff, who tend not
 to get laid off, and then you add in students,
 it really makes a city an interesting place to live.”
Victoria Mayor Dean Fortin said the city’s residents
 are “pretty pumped” by the news.
“For those of us that live in Victoria we know it’s a
 beautiful city and we always look forward to
inviting people to come as guests or stay and
 become residents,” Fortin told Canada AM.
Fortin credited the city’s vibrant downtown,
 museums and three universities as factors that
 contributed to the number-one ranking, not to
mention the weather.
“It’s certainly hard to beat 2,100 hours of sunshine
 every year,” Fortin said.
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Gold River is located at the west end of Highway 28,
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  A whale of a project for actor Ryan Reynolds
  Documentary will tell the story of Luna the whale
 By MICHAEL D. REID, Times Colonist
   www.thewhalemovie.com (PREVIEW)
Ryan Reynolds is working on a film about Luna the orca whale.
Photograph by: ., Handout/Postmedia News
VANCOUVER — A decade after Luna first showed up in Nootka Sound, Vancouver Island’s favourite young orca is going Hollywood.
The killer whale, whose life story was chronicled in the documentary Saving Luna, is heading to the big screen with Vancouver actor Ryan Reynolds and starlet Scarlett Johansson on board as executive producers.
Reynolds, 33, has signed on as narrator and will co-executive produce the documentary The Whale with Johansson, his wife, and Eric Desatnik.
 Local filmmakers Suzanne Chisholm, 40, and Michael Parfit, 63, directed the new film, an 89-minute reworking of their acclaimed 2007 documentary about the killer whale who mysteriously appeared in Nootka Sound in 2001 after being separated from his pod on the west coast.
The Canadian actor reportedly became involved because he felt a personal connection to the story set so close to his hometown of Vancouver.
 Parfit himself narrated Saving Luna, the couple’s account of the playful whale whose antics on Gold River’s docks delighted tourists, baffled scientists, angered fishermen and boaters, and sparked a “tug of whale” between Department of Fisheries and Oceans officials and Mowachaht/Muchalaht band members.
It culminated in the whale’s death when he was fatally injured by a tugboat propeller four years ago.
“As rambunctious and surprising as a visitor from another planet, Luna endears himself to humans with his determination to make friends, which leads to laughter, conflict and unexpected consequences,” declares a news release for The Whale.
The filmmakers said they were thrilled to get the chance to reach a wider audience in the U.S. and abroad for their labour-of-love inspired by a trip to Nootka Sound in the spring of 2004 to do a story on Luna for Smithsonian Magazine.
They were hooked and moved to Gold River for two years, planting the seeds for their film that has since taken on a life of its own.
 Saving Luna has earned accolades at festivals from Victoria to Abu Dhabi and was broadcast here and abroad.
“Ryan and Scarlett are both amazing in the range of their abilities,” Parfit said.
 “It’s not as if they’re strictly pop culture people.
 They had so much respect for our vision.
 It’s been another of those creative joys.”
Parfit flew to New York last December to begin recording Reynolds’s narration.
They continued recording last April in New Orleans, where the actor was shooting the Warner Bros. blockbuster Green Lantern.
Reynolds first saw Saving Luna after it won the audience award at last year’s Environmental Film Festival at Yale.
Desatnik, the festival’s founder, sent the actor a copy and signed on as executive producer and U.S. sales agent for a new version.
 “We were open to anything that improves the storytelling and chances of distribution,” Parfit recalled.
“Ryan loved the film and we asked if he’d be interested in narrating.
 He said ‘yes’ and we didn’t say no.”
Chisholm said having Reynolds narrate was “the icing on the cake” for them.
“This is a Canadian film at heart, so the fact he was Canadian was the extra wow.”
What differences can audiences expect between The Whale and the original?
“Although it’s still the basis for the storytelling, there’s less wildlife management politics,” Parfit said. “Ryan gives it a different kind of energy.
 He and Scarlett really paid attention to the storytelling.
We got comments from them on filmmaking, and how to make the story as strong as possible.”
For the retooled version, Chisholm and Parfit also found themselves interviewing each other as “characters” in the film.
“In losing some of the politics, the underlying thematic stuff shines through,” Parfit said.
“The themes of friendship across the species.
The heart of the story is the unique quality of the relationship between Luna and the people he touches.”
Chisholm dismisses suggestions the husband-and-wife team are selling out.
“To this day people tell us, ‘I don’t want to hear about a new version,’ ” she said.
“We have to coach our audiences.
Give this a try.
We love the new version.
 In a lot of ways it’s more powerful.”
Having to let go of certain elements of Saving Luna to reach a wider audience goes with the territory, they said.
“The hardest thing to let go was our sanity,” laughed Chisholm. “How crazy are we to work so long on one story?”
Added Parfit, tongue-in-cheek: “The hardest thing to lose was my ego.
 Not only am I not narrating it, going in front of the camera is a deflating experience.”
The losses, they added, are outweighed by the virtues.
“You don’t think of what you’ve lost but what the film has gained,” Chisholm said.
 “It’s huge.”
The filmmakers are hoping for U.S. theatrical release this fall or next spring, with PBS International handlng foreign sales.
Reynolds, 33, was raised here in B.C.
The Definitely, Maybe star graduated from Kitsilano secondary school in 1994 and has enjoyed an A-list career on the silver screen.
 He was named one of People magazine’s Sexiest Men Alive in 2008 and 2009.
Cheryl Young, REALTOR,
SAANICH PENINSULA REALTY
SIDNEY B.C  www.cherylyoung.ca
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The Quw’utsun’ Cultural and Conference
 Centre in Duncan on Vancouver Island
 is a must-see for admirers of native arts
 and crafts.
The world-class attraction is owned and
 operated by the Cowichan Tribe, the  largest
 Aboriginal band in British Columbia.
Located on 6 acres of beautiful landscaped
 grounds along the banks of the Cowichan
 River, a designated BC heritage river, the
 native heritage centre offers a truly unique
 experience, sharing the stories and traditions
 of the Cowichan people from hundreds of
years ago.
It is a world of colour and pageantry, where
First Nations talent and pride are abundant.
 The centre is committed to the culture of
 warmth and sharing, aspiring to bridge
 the gaps that exist between cultures and
 to promote native culture in a positive way.
The Quw’utsun’ Cultural and Conference
Centre offers an authentic First Nations
experience, including interpretive tours,
traditional art work, salmon barbeques,
displays and live demonstrations, and the
 Khowutzun Tzinquaw Dancers.
In summer you can watch the creation of the
 famous Cowichan sweaters as they are
 hand-knitted in one piece, their unique patterns
reflecting the knitter’s family designs (some even
spin their own wool).
The Centre also features an open-air carving
 shed, where native carvers with handmade
tools craft traditional 12- to 20-foot totem
 poles, each pole representing the carver’s
 interpretation of a tribal design.
Visitors may view work in progress as the
totem poles take shape.
The excellent art gallery and gift shop offers
 shopping for genuine Cowichan Sweaters in
 a variety of styles and patterns, knitted apparel,
 and hand crafted Coast Salish works and art,
including carvings, prints, plaques, blankets,
clothing, and jewellery handmade with gold,
silver and copper.
Visitors can custom order from their selection
 of totem poles.
 Shopping items are also available for online
 purchase through the centre’s website.
Authentic native cuisine is offered at the centre’s
 restaurant, the Riverwalk Café, which offers a
 delicious menu of native food using traditional
 ingredients such as rabbit, venison, buffalo,
 and halibut.
 Each dish is prepared individually and served
 with a complimentary basket of freshly baked
 native breads.
 Enjoy your meal while relaxed on the restaurant’s
 patio along the beautiful Cowichan River.
Conference facilities at the Conference
Centre blend the latest in high-tech facilities
 with the Coast Salish uniqueness that is
 distinctly Cowichan.
The magnificent hand carved entrance poles
and the spectacular riverfront view greet the
visitor and create an environment that will
 make the business at hand a pleasure.
 Seven rooms are available to meet all needs.
The Quw’utsun’ Cultural and Conference Centre
 and Riverwalk Café are located in Duncan in
the Cowichan Valley, a 45-minute drive from
 both Nanaimo and Victoria.
The centre is 5 minutes from the Duncan
city centre, just off the Trans-Canada Highway 1.
The Quw’utsun’ Cultural and Conference Centre
 is open year-round.
Summer hours are 10:30am to 3:00pm from
 early June to mid September.
 From mid September through May the centre
 accepts group bookings of 15 people or more
 only, and is available for conferences and
 catering events.
Please contact the booking coordinator for more
 information.
Quw’utsun’ Cultural & Conference Centre 200 Cowichan Way Duncan, BC V9L 6P4
Tel: 1-877-746-8119
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The Aviation Museum is an interesting
place to visit if you enjoy airplanes and
British Columbia’s proud aviation past.
 The museum is conveniently located
near the Victoria International Airport
 at 1910 Norseman Road in
  North Saanich .
To get here you take the McTavish exit
 off the Pat Bay Highway heading
north to Sidney .
 Once on McTavish, take a quick right
 onto Canora Road.
Follow Canora and look for the signs
and the large hanger situated on
 Norseman Road.
There is plenty of free parking available
 with lots of room for RV’s and Motorhomes.
Displays of Planes and Aircraft Machinery
The display is open seven days a week
all year except Christmas Day and  New Year’s Day.
 The covered museum has various
 pictures, models, displays of planes
and aircraft machinery for you to view.
Layout Map
Once you enter the museum make sure
you pick up the information brochure
 that gives a layout map of all the
 aviation pieces that have been collected.
 There are also volunteers and guides
available that will gladly help with any
 of your questions concerning the
British Columbia Aviation Museum.
Aviation History
The museum has been set up in sections
 dealing with all types of aviation displays.
 There are examples of flight simulators,
 ultra lights, jet fighters and helicopters.
Wright Cyclone Motor
A really interesting exhibit is the one
 dealing with the 18-cylinder Wright
 Cyclone Motor.
The “Cyclone” motor, first introduced
 in 1937, was one of the most powerful
 radial style engines ever produced
in America.
2500 Horsepower 18-Cylinder Radial Motor
This 2500-horse power motor is still
used today on the two Martin Mars
 Water Bombers that are stationed at
 Sproat Lake near Port Alberni .
If you get a chance, visit Sproat Lake
 and watch four of these engines come
 to life as the Martin Mars Bomber
 takes off to fight forest fires.
Old Gauges and Radio Tuners
Another artifact that is really neat
 is the radio display.
You will get to hear the local radio
 tower from the Victoria International
 Airport come over speakers that have
 been set up.
Have a look at the old gauges and radio
 tuners in and around oak furniture.
 You will go right back into time when
 radio was the lifeline for a pilot.
Take Your Time
Make sure you have a couple of hours
 to spend time here.
 Take your kids as they will really enjoy
 the displays of aircraft and aviation
history.
British Columbia Aviation Links
(Victoria Airport)
Vickers-Armstrongs Viscount Model 757
This Vickers-Armstrongs Viscount
 Model 757 was delivered to Trans
 Canada Air-Lines on March 28 1957
 and remained in their fleet until
 April 27 1974.
 From January 21 1977 until June 10
1980 CF-THG was operated by Harrison
 Airways of Vancouver.
When it’s flying days ended it was
used by Pacific Vocational Institute
 for maintenance training until
 September 1995 when it was
 replaced by a 737 aircraft.
The Viscount was then parked on
 the Vancouver ramp until 2005 when
 she was purchased by the BCAM for
 one dollar.
 THG was transported to the Museum
 from Vancouver by barge through
 the assistance of BCAM member Glen
 Pearce and the courtesy of Nickel
 Brothers House Moving.
Restoration work began in the Spring
 of 2007
North American Harvard
Dave Stillman, Fred Fudd, Win Albrecht
 and other volunteers at the BC Aviation
 Museum are working hard to restore
 a North American Harvard.
Over the past 4 years this project has
 involved several other members at one
 time or another.
The restoration crew is currently searching
 for part of the landing gear so if you have
 any information about where this can
be sourced from please contact the museum.
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CHERYL HOLMES YOUNG, REALTOR
SAANICH PENINSULA REALTY
SIDNEY B.C
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The Famous Glass House in Boswell.
This unusual roadside attraction was
 built from over half a million discarded
embalming fluid bottles.
  In 1952, David H. Brown retired from 35
years in the funeral business.
 It occurred to Mr. Brown that there should
be some practical use to put the bottles to.
And, it was all started, to quote Mr. Brown,
“to indulge a whim of a peculiar nature”.
Mr. Brown travelled western Canada
collecting bottles from many of his friends
in the funeral profession, until he had
acquired 500,000 of the square shaped
bottles, weighing 250 tons in all.
The house itself sits upon solid rock.
Built in a cloverleaf pattern with three
main rooms, circular shape, 48 feet in
length, 24 feet wide and with the upstairs
room, it contains 1,200 sq ft of floor space.
Entering the grounds, the visitors are
welcomed by a mountain stream trickling
over a moss-covered water wheel which
brings to life the dwarf inhabitants nestled
around the wishing well.
Over 320 dozen flowers border pathways
and entice visitors from the terrace over a
bridge also built of glass bottles.
 A winding path beneath the bridge leads to
the rocky lakeshore and a lookout called
the lighthouse which offers a spectacular
view of beautiful Kootenay Lake.
Tours of the estate are available seven days
a week, May to October.
 Gift shop also located on property just 25
miles north of Creston on the shores of
Kootenay Lake.
 
The Glass House Box 64 Boswell, BC VOB 1AO Phone: 250-223-8372 Fax: 250-223-8332 Email:  glasshouse@kootenay.com
The small lakeside resort town of Boswell is located
 on the east shore of the south arm of Kootenay Lake,
south of Lockhart Beach Park.
Location: Boswell is located on Highway 3A on the
eastern shore of Kootenay Lake, 24 miles (38 km)
south of the eastern terminal of the Kootenay Lake
ferry at Kootenay Bay , and 28 miles (44 km) north of
Creston .
Nearby Lockhart Beach Provincial Park is a small,
beautifully forested park offering a hiking trail along
Lockhart Creek, a nice sandy beach and a picnic/day-
use area.
Anglers can try their luck for Rainbow trout,
which are plentiful in Lockhart Creek.
 
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Cape Scott Provincial Park is a truly magnificent
 area of rugged coastal wilderness that is located
 at the northwestern tip of Vancouver Island,
563 kilometers from Victoria.
Established in 1973 and named after the site of a
lighthouse that has guided mariners since 1960,
 Cape Scott is characterized by more than 115
 kilometers of scenic ocean frontage, including
about 30 kilometers of spectacular remote
 beaches.
The park stretches from Shushartie Bay in the
 east, then westward around Cape Scott and
 south to San Josef Bay. Rocky promontories, salt
marshes and jagged headlands punctuate the
 fine-textured, white-sand beaches.
The most impressive of these beaches, Nels Bight,
 stretches more than 2,400 meters long and
 210 meters wide at low tide, and is one of the
 Park’s most popular camping destinations.
Other significant beaches include San Josef Bay,
Guise Bay, Experiment Bight, Lowrie Bay and
Nissen Bight.
Visitors can choose between a day hike or a
 backpacking excursion to explore the sandy
 beaches, rainforests and lowland bogs and
 muskeg of this wilderness park.
 For information about hiking trails, click here .
Anyone contemplating a visit to Cape Scott
Provincial Park should be prepared for such
adverse weather conditions as high winds and
 heavy rain, which are common at all times
 of the year.
Special Features:
Cape Scott Provincial Park is home to sea stacks,
 which visitors can access at low tide.
The eastern portion of the park contains a number
 of estuaries that are accessible only by boat.
Cape Scott is also fortunate to have some excellent
 examples of old-growth forest, including Sitka
Spruce in excess of 3 meters in diameter, and
Western Red Cedar of similar sizes.
Examples of these trees can be found throughout
 the park, including on the easy hike to
 San Josef Beach.
About 20 minutes north of the Eric Lake campsite
 is a Sitka Spruce that measures more than 7
 meters in circumference.
This is a popular spot for hikers to stop and absorb
 their surroundings, as well as take photographs.
Park Size: 22,294 hectares
The lighthouse and the Cape are outside the
 provincial park boundary and are private property
 belonging to the Department of National Defence.
The old trail and foghorn were built during
World War 2 by DND staff to give access to the
 beach, etc. but as the old structures, boardwalk
 and suspension bridges deteriorated, they
became dangerous and were removed by the
Federal Government.
BC Parks is not responsible for this trail and not
 allowed to trespass on this private property.
People contemplating a visit to Cape Scott
Provincial Park are reminded that the park is a
wilderness area without supplies or equipment
 of any kind.
Parts of the trail are very muddy. Holberg,
 located 16 km from the trailhead, is the nearest
settlement.
Visitors should be in possession of suitable maps.
Even though Cape Scott is a wilderness park, a
 variety of tourist facilities are located nearby in
 Port Hardy, Port McNeill, Holberg and Port Alice.
Accommodation in these communities is limited, so
reservations are recommended.
Consult the Accommodation and Campground
 Directory published by Tourism British Columbia
 for names, addresses and other pertinent
 information.
Some links that may be helpful:
Port Hardy Tourism
District of Port Hardy
Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce
Port McNeill Chamber of Commerce
Regional District of Mount Waddington
Cape Scott Provincial Park
Park access and closures:
Logging trucks are present on the gravel access
 road from Port Hardy to the Cape Scott Trail Head.
  Drive with caution and lights on at all times.
 Always yield to logging trucks, it is best to pull to
 the side of the road and let trucks pass.
Bear Guidelines:
There are many bears throughout Cape Scott park.
  Make sure your dog is on a leash at all times.

H4

British Columbia Aviation Museum
British Columbia Airports and Airline Companies
Abbotsford International Airshow
Canadian Museum of Flight located
at the Langley Airport
Delta Heritage Air Park

H5

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