North Vancouver Island

Feb 26th, 2014, 03:35 AM
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North Vancouver Island

This is good choice i think and I choose flying from Victoria to get there ? Does any one have any tips for me regarding how to get there if there are any options are ?
trip will be solo and for 5 days..need advice for available attraction too..
I think this is going to be fun with all the planning and i am planning to visit the Cape Scott Provincial Park too..

Thanks in advance for any advice
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Mar 3rd, 2014, 03:57 AM
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No response yet, eh? Perhaps it is time to rethink your question. It may be that there is no air service inside Vancouver Island. The only regional airline I could find sends its flights from Victoria through the city of Vancouver to go anywhere, including the northern towns on the island. It is not a big place and largely rural.
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Mar 3rd, 2014, 01:10 PM
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I don't know about whether or not you can fly. We drove, and enjoyed the scenery. There's a great hiking trail, Wild Pacific Trail, down near Ucelet. It was really a treat, gorgeous scenery. We didn't hike the whole thing, but loved what we did.
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Mar 3rd, 2014, 03:21 PM
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raycharles, I've been watching this thread in the hopes that you got the information you are seeking. We have also toyed with the idea of visiting northern Vancouver Island - but alas, it seems more of a rugged outdoorsy adventure than we are up for; a lot of "unspoiled wilderness."

I see that Cape Scott Provincial Park is having issues with wolves vs. dogs, so of course you wouldn't want to be bringing a dog with you. Here is one link that I believe you might find helpful:

If you do go, it would be very interesting to hear what you experienced. Good luck with your plans!
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Mar 10th, 2014, 09:52 PM
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As with all of Canada the further north you wander the more likely it is that you'll be travelling by float plane-airstrips we have some but water we have in a seemingly endless supply.

A search for float planes on Vancouver Island brings up a number of options although a person has to be a diligent searcher-companies are small and it's essential to travel lightly as personal luggage allowances are low.

You may also need to fly a roundabout route which is they way of all lightly populated places-if I was headed from Victoria north I'd look for a flight to Courtenay/Comox rent a car there and then drive wherever.
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