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Accommodation in Cox Bay

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Wickaninnish Inn
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The Wickaninnish Inn offers direct access to Chesterman Beach, and panoramic ocean or beach views from every guest room. We also have 75 deluxe guest rooms and suites (with fireplace, soaker tub and individual balcony), and a 720 sq. ft. meeting/banquet room (accommodating up to 60 people). The Pointe Restaurant seats 75 and our full-service Ancient Cedars ...
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Tofino Resort + Marina
Tofino Resort + Marina is nestled in the prestine waters of Clayoquot Sound and offers the perfect setting for travellers inspired by the natural beauty of Vancouver Islands wild Pacific West Coast. Our newly renovated king sized suites overlook our marina where guests can be picked up and taken on a deep sea fishing charter, whale watching tour, bear watching tour, or ...
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Cox Bay Beach Resort
At Cox Bay Beach Resort, where the West Coast of Vancouver Island meets the full might of the Pacific Ocean, nature envelops you in a spiritual way. Powerful winter storms inspire awe while summer calm instils a sense of peace and tranquillity. Nestled next to Pacific Rim National Park and situated within Clayoquot Sound, Cox Bay Beach Resort is only ...
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About Surfing Canada, West
Vancouver Island's inlet studded west coast is the main surfing area for British Columbia. Access to breaks and strong winds, not a lack of surf, are the major problems with regular swells battering the coast year-round from the North Pacific and Gulf of Alaska. Winter is the most consistent season, if a little cold. Water temperatures falling to 7°C/45°F and rising to 14°C/57°F at their height. But, winters on the coast are milder than might be anticipated due to the maritime climate. Pioneered in the mid 1960s this area has a dedicated crew of locals in the main areas such as Wreck Bay and Long Beach. Recently, in-line with better wetsuits, the population surfing these areas has increased significantly. The limited continental shelf sucks little power from the waves before they unload on the reefs and beaches. Winds blow mainly from the south in winter and north-west or west in winter. Predominantly swell travels in from the west.
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