Desolation Sound Marine Provincial Park, Lund

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Desolation Sound Marine Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, and is located approximately 32 km north of Powell River and 150 km north of Vancouver. This provincial marine park, which is about 84 kmĀ² in size is only accessible by boat. It is distinguished by its many picturesque sheltered coves and anchorages, and is frequented by yachts and pleasure craft. The scenery consists of waterfalls, rugged glaciated peaks, and their steep forested slopes that fall into the ocean.
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  • I have sailed all over the world, and British Columbia is the best cruising area by far. The weather, in summer, is generally pleasant. The main cruising area, from Victoria to the Broughton Archipela...  more »
  • A couple friends and I kayaked all the way here from a cabin we rented, and we went around a small island in the middle of the park. The amount of marine life there was unbelievable! If you're lucky, ...  more »
  • We were lucky to arrive by sailboat and had three days to enjoy the tranquility of the Sounds. The water was great as well and learned to SUP. Visited the fabulous hanging lake and waterfalls on West ...  more »
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  • So much natural beauty, many available anchorages with good protection, my favorite repeat destination in my annual summer cruise.
  • What an amazing location. Simply a must see for any proud BC resident. Gives you a new respect for nature's beauty.
  • Beautiful picturesque! Great place to anchor, relax and enjoy!
  • The water is warm, excellent anchoring, and absolutely beautiful.
  • A bit crowded in the summer but AMAZING!