Ucluelet’s location out here in the Pacific Rim affords its visitors a multitude of exciting outdoor adventures. The Pacific Rim National Park Reserve sandwiches Ucluelet with its many surf swept beaches, amazing old growth forest, cultural history and marine life. The Long Beach component of the Park and its 50 km of sand beaches, rugged rocky outcrops and famous 11 km long Long Beach is located just north of Ucluelet. To the south of Ucluelet is located another component of the Park called Broken Group Islands. This is a collection of over 100 unspoiled islands located in beautiful Barkley Sound and is accessible only by boat. This area is a marine playground for kayakers, scuba divers and marine naturalists.
Let Copperstone Inn be your home base while you experience the many exciting adventures awaiting you here in Ucluelet and the Park. Listed below are some activities and local businesses/tour companies that can assist you in creating inspiring and long lasting West Coast memories.
Upon your arrival we can provide you a map guiding you to many of the area hikes providing a cross section of rugged Pacific coastline, beach and old growth forest. Some of the popular hikes include; Wild Pacific Trail 9 km, Half Moon Bay Trail 4.4 km, Rainforest Trail 2.0 km, Schooner Trail 2.0 km , Nuu-chah-nulth Trail 5.0 km and Meares Big Trees Trail.
Numerous beaches outside the park include; Terrace Beach, Little Beach, Big Beach, Half Moon Bay, Cox Bay, Chesterman and MacKenzie beaches. Beaches inside the Park include; Long Beach, Schooner Cove, Combers Beach, Wickaninnish Beach and Florencia Bay. There are also fresh water beaches on Kennedy Lake which we would be pleased to guide you to.
Year round surfing, with world class surf in the winter. The area was included the past two years in the Cold Water Classic Professional Surf Tour. In fact a young homegrown surfer won the inaugural Pro event competing against over 150 pro surfers from around the world.