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Juan de Fuca Hiking Guide
So you want to hike the Juan de Fuca Marine trail and don't have a guidebook yet?
You've come to the right place.
Scroll down to see all the benefits you get when with this Epic Guidebook.
Introducing the newest Epic Guidebook: The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail
This Juan de Fuca Trail hiking guide will tell you everything you need to know to hike the Juan de Fuca Trail. This is what you get in the guide:
Detailed descriptions of the main trail
Every section from the China Beach trailhead to Mystic Beach on to Sombrio Beach and the Botanical Beach Trailhead is described in detail, kilometre by kilometre. You won't even have to leave your house to feel like you're hiking it. Find out exactly how long each section is, where the campsites are, where the good streams to filter water, where the viewpoints and interesting areas along the trail are.
Knowing exactly where everything is along the trail makes planning easy.
Up-to-date directions and trail info
The exact locations of all the trailheads are here in an easy-to-read format. Load the GPS waypoint for the trailhead into the GPS in your car and away you go. You won't have to go wandering around where you think the trail starts. The GPS waypoints will tell you. As soon as anything changes on the trail, the guide will be updated. You'll get the latest information as soon as the guide is updated. No waiting for new editions to go to print. No new editions to buy.
Don't guess about what you need to bring on the trail. Follow the packing list in the guide and you'll be covered.
High-resolution color photos
Included in the guide are over 150 photos of the Juan de Fuca trail. You can check out photos from the best viewpoints and pretty places along the trail while reading or cruise through the slideshows. No more squinting at tiny black and white photos. Browse through these high-quality, colour photos instead.
Accurate GPS tracks and waypoints on interactive maps
If you have a handheld GPS or a phone you can load up the GPS tracks for the trail and take them along with you. You'll know within metres where you are going the entire hike. It feels good to know where you are going. There are waypoints for every beach, trailhead and campsite. Maps built right into the guide let you scroll around the area and get a feel for the trail, points of interest and surrounding area.
Printable paper maps to take with you
Not everyone has a GPS and paper can just be easier to look at. The guide has a printable copy of the Juan de Fuca trail map that you can take with you. Tuck that in a plastic bag and you have a weatherproof map to show you exactly where everything is.
Save a part of Vancouver Island when you buy a guide
I had to save the the absolute best thing about the Epic Juan de Fuca Hiking Guide for last. When you buy a guide, 25% of the price goes straight to Vancouver Island Spine Trail Association, who are working hard to create a massive trail that runs from Victoria to Cape Scott. The trail will be a world class 700 km trail along the spine of Vancouver Island. The have amazing plans but they need help supporting the project. That's where we hikers come in. By buying this guide, you help a world class trail come to life. It promises to be an experience to remember for hikers whether you are spending a day on the trail or 30.
2 more ways this guidebook will get you more information faster
Instant Updates - Don't wait years for a new edition of the guidebook to come out. As soon as we update the information you will see it. You don't pay for these updates. Pay once and get updates forever.
Chat with other Juan de Fuca Trail hikers in the Adventure Forums - Tell your stories, brag about all the cool things you saw and recount the rush when you finally arrived at the end of the trail in a special spot in the Adventure Forums
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Hike it from the north or south and take in the amazing views over the Salish Sea, up picturesqe waterfalls and many viewpoints along the way. All this information in a well-organized online guide for less than $10.
If you have any questions about the Juan de Fuca Guide or just about the Juan de Fuca trail in general, don't hesitate to email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We love to talk hiking!