|The trailhead starts near Bamfield and is technically part of the West Coast Trail.|
|We camped at the east end of Keeha Beach near the creek.|
We started hiking about 3 p.m. on Friday, under sunny skies and perfect temperatures for hiking. The trail, which is never dry, was wetter than usual, and although there is some boardwalk a lot of the trail is lacking in upgrades. I hope it stays that way, or the route will become more popular.
|Susann preparing to descend the tsunami dune about 100 meters from the beach. The dune was likely left by a huge earthquake (8.7-9.2) that hit the west coast in 1700 A.D.|
|Enjoying the fire Friday night.|
|Our tents along the beach|
Beautiful plants near our camp-site!
We rambled east of the camp on Saturday morning.
And came out to a beautiful bay.
|A beautiful clump of Indian Paintbrush|
|Fungus near the end of the trail.|
And so ended my seventh trip to this beautiful spot!