Red Creek Fir is near the Pacific Marine Circle Route, and is the largest fir tree in Canada. Located on Red Creek Fir Main, near Port Renfrew.
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Pacific Marine Circle Route
from Nanaimo, B.C. to Victoria, B.C.
"bringing communities together"

Botanical Beach Botanical Beach is located at Port Renfrew on the Pacific Marine Circle Route, highway 18 section, north west of Victoria, B.C. Canada.

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The Pacific Marine Circle Route extends from Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, B.C. to Victoria, B.C. north westerly to Port Renfrew and easterly to Lake Cowichan and on to Duncan where it joins up withhighway 1, where you could drive north again towards the BC ferry terminals in Nanaimo.

The route averages 250km and can be divided up into smaller legs providing overnight stays between two and four days depending on your schedule. The route brags world class cottage wineries, a town full of murals, another full of native totem poles, numerous smaller circle tours off the beaten track, and many historical trails and sites of interest.

The Pacific Marine Circle Route will excite the most enthusiastic traveler with the cultural diversity of Vancouver Island. It is full of Victorian architecture, wild first growth forests, hiking trails, trophy salmon and halibut fishing, or just a gentle kayak or canoe cruise up some remote estuary or inland eco reserve. Vacation land is here like you have never seen before!

BC Forestry Museum, Duncan, B.C. Canada
Historical Museums
On the Pacific Marine Circle Route
  • Sooke Region Museum
    Location: Sooke Region Museum is a 40-minute drive from downtown Victoria, via Highway 14, also known as the Pacific Marine Circle Route, where you will find the museum with its lighthouse and information center, immediately past the Sooke River Bridge.
    2070 Phillips Road,
    P O Box 774, Sooke, BC V9Z 1H7
    Phone 250-642-6351
    or toll free 866-888-4748
    open throughout the year 9 am - 5 pm
    with the exception of Mondays during the winter season and a brief Christmas closing.

  • BC Forest Discovery Centre.
    Location: The BC Forest Discovery Centre is located off the #1 highway in Duncan, B.C., Canada, one hour north of Victoria, B.C. on Vancouver Island.
    Duncan, B.C. V9L 2V9
    Spring and Fall hours 10am - 3pm
    April 14- May 18, 2006
    September 5 - October 9, 2006
    Summer hours: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    May 19 - September 5, 2006

  • Royal British Columbia Museum
    Location: The Royal British Columbia Museum is at the corner of Belleville and Douglas Street close to both the parliament buildings and the
    Empress Hotel in downtown Victoria.

    675 Belleville Street,
    Victoria, B.C. Canada
    V8W 9W2
    Toll Free: 1-888-447-7977
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    Open 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  • National Geographic IMAX Theater
    Location: is in the Royal British Columbia Museum
    675 Belleville Street
    Victoria, B.C. Canada.

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on the Pacific Marine Circle Route
Chase River
South Wellington
Osborn Bay
Cowichan Bay
Cowichan Lake
Cowichan Station
Cobble Hill
Shawnigan Lake
Mill Bay
Central Sannich
North Sannich
Brentwood Bay
Cordova Bay
Gordon Head
Cadboro Bay
Oak Bay
East Sooke
Rocky Point
Milnes Landing
French Beach
River Jordon
China Beach
Port Renfrew
Mesachie Lake
Honeymonn Bay
Lake Cowichan
Skutz Falls

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