Join our interpretive guides this summer in exploring the rich intertidal tide pools and old growth rainforests of our region. On lower tides the tours will focus on the intertidal area, while on higher tides we will spend most of our time in the rainforest. These programs are for anyone interested in the rich natural landscape of Clayoquot Sound. Please dress appropriately, with good footwear. This program will run rain or shine. The walks are free, and donations are always appreciated.
To see all our summer 2014 public events in calendar form, click below:
INTERPRETIVE WALK AT COX BAY (Tofino)
Interested in the rich natural landscape of Clayoquot Sound? Meet on the beach at Cox Bay in front of the resorts. Look for the flag and a Rainforest Education Society interpreter. A FREE all-ages walk.
Tuesdays: 10:00 – 11:00 am (Starting July 8)
Thursdays: 2:00 pm – 3:00pm (Starting July 3)
INTERPRETIVE WALK AT WILD PACIFIC TRAIL’S BIG BEACH PARK (Ucluelet)
This is a FREE biologist-led scavenger hunt for children ages 3 to 12 + guardian. Meet at Children’s Interpretive Trail picnic area. Park at Matterson & Marine Drive.
Saturdays: 10-11:30am (Starting June 14)
INTERPRETIVE WALK AT WILD PACIFIC TRAIL’S LIGHT-HOUSE LOOP (Ucluelet)
Learn from a biologist about this uniquely rare environment tracing the edge of the sea. Meet at the start of the WPT at the map sign. Park at first lot on Coast Guard Rd. A FREE walk for adults & older children.
Wednesdays: 2-3:30pm (Starting June 18)