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Long Beach, Tofino

Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
The longest and widest beach in Pacific Rim National Park, Long Beach stretches for over 16 km (10 mi). You can spend hours exploring the beach, which is known for the amount of driftwood, seashells, crabs, and starfish that washes up on shore. Watch surfers ride the waves, go surfing yourself, or if the tide is low, swim. When the tide is high, exploring the beach can be dangerous as the logs on the beach can be swept into the ocean. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Long Beach by using our Tofino tourist route planner.
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  • During big storms they block off access to the beaches but you can still get close at Incinerator Rock at Long Beach if you have a vehicle. Better storm watching @ the interpretive centre @ wickaninni...  read more »
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  • Loved his place and will be back! Long, wide expanse of sand, and lots of wind, water, people, dogs, mist, waves, beauty, freedom 
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