Amphitrite Point Lighthouse, Ucluelet

Categories: Lighthouses, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web
Visit Amphitrite Point Lighthouse, an early 20th-century lighthouse that today acts as a local landmark and symbol of the town. Located on the Ucluelet peninsula, the whitewashed beacon displays a distinctive squat form and occupies a scenic position on the coast, offering extensive ocean views. An original wooden lighthouse was built on the site in 1906, in response to the shipwreck of the Pass of Melfort a year before. Destroyed by waves during a storm in 1914, the wooden structure was replaced by the current lighthouse in 1915. See Amphitrite Point Lighthouse and all Ucluelet has to offer by arranging your trip with our Ucluelet trip builder.
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  • This trail was really nice to walk along and offers great views of the water and of course, the old lighthouse originally built in 1906. Maybe bring a good book and stop near the rocky points near the...  read more »
  • The light house was nice, but the trails were fantastic, there is lots of places to view the ocean, nice seats, a very comfortable walk, wear a comfortable shoe, and bring a drink. The view are amazin...  read more »
  • Is placed on a long hike (easy for other) along the coast which already prepares well. The story of this lighthouse and the reason was built at this point (area of shipwrecks for years) complete the interest in us
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