Pacific Rim National Park Might Be The Most Magical Place In BC (15 Photos)

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Pacific Rim National Park Might Be The Most Magical Place In BC (15 Photos)

It's Canada's 150th birthday this year! And just in case you didn't already know, our home and native land has gifted us with free admission to all national parks this year.

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So in the spirit of Canada's birthday, why not visit the most magical place in the beautiful British Columbia? Pacific Rim National Park!

Pacific Rim National Park is in the same surrouding area as Tofino, Ucluelet, and Port Alberni. With lush forests of Sitka spruce and Western red cedar, pristine waters and gnarly waves, miles and miles of sandy beaches and pebble beaches, The Rim has got it all.

There are incredible beaches and hiking trails with stunning views, everywhere you turn from west to east, north to south, there's simply just unspoiled natural beauty around you.

So what're you waiting for? Get on the next ferry to Vancouver Island and start living life on island time. The city can wait.

From the vast open waters...

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To the magical secluded coves...

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From the everflowing waterfalls that you can swim in...

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To the deep forests you can explore...

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From the raging waves to surf on...

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To the calm and peaceful waters to find serenity...

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From random abandon aircrafts...

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To random red chairs to take in the views...

via @parks.canada's pretty clear that Pacific Rim National Park is not only the most magical place in BC, but probably the world.

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