Accessing the Central Coast

October-November 2002

This is an article from WaveLength Magazine, available in print in North America and globally on the web.
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The Queen of Chilliwack services the Central Coast as far north as Klemtu and east to Bella Coola. The Queen of the North runs between Port Hardy and Prince Rupert. The Queen of Prince Rupert runs between Prince Rupert and Haida Gwaii/Queen Charlottes.



BC’s biggest mothership is BC Ferries’ Queen of Chilliwack to the Central Coast. You can “wet-launch” from the ferry to start a great wilderness paddling holiday. See Ph: 250-386-3431.



This gigantic tree and this spectactular coastal scene (left) are among the splendours of BC’s Central Coast. There are also isolated beaches, georgous paddling destinations, wilderness trails, restored historic canneries, etc. See Web: