Road-Tripping on Vancouver Island

Avatar Grove outside Port Renfrew is home to Canada’s “Gnarliest Tree.” Credit: Ann Britton Campbell

There is air, there is fresh air, and then there’s the brisk, briny, oxygen-thick air that rides in on wild ocean waves.

That’s the air you’ll breathe as you explore the Pacific Marine Circle Route on southern Vancouver Island. This 255-kilometre-long drive begins in Victoria, hugs the rugged western coastline to fisher-and hiker-friendly Port Renfrew, travels across the island on former logging roads to the fertile Cowichan Valley before delivering eye-popping ocean vistas on the return to …

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