Kayaking the Central Coast

Would You Consider Kayaking the Central Coast?

  • Never - I hate the Central Coast

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Maybe, I'll find out more,

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Yes, I've been and it's Fantastic

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Been There, I can't wait to return

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Been There, once was plenty

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Plan to paddle there one day

    Votes: 1 100.0%
  • The Central Coast?

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    1

carsten

New Member
Joined
Jan 29, 2012
Messages
5
Location
Bella Coola

Check out these kayak routes for Great Bear Rainforest
1. Bella Coola - Provisions / Highway Access via HWY 20 / Accommodations / Ferry Stop / Fresh Water
52° 22.469' N
126° 47.668' W

2. Tallheo Cannery - Historic Cannery Accommodations / Best Beaches in Bella Coola
52° 23.466' N
126° 49.912' W

3. Bachelor Bay - Safe Spot / Limited Camping
52° 22.108' N
126° 54.889' W

4. Green Bay - Safe Spot / Camping / Cabin / Wildlife / Fresh Water / Beaches
52° 20.632' N
126° 58.746' W

5. Tallheo Hot Springs - Camping / Fresh Water / Hot Springs
52° 12.292' N
126° 56.246' W

6. Larso Bay - Camping / Trail to BC's Largest Cedar / Wildlife / Fresh Water
52° 10.938' N
126° 51.703' W

7. Croyden Bay - Safe Spot / Protection from Burke Channel Winds
52° 18.538' N
127° 09.762' W

8. Hot Springs Beach - Camping / Fresh Water / Swimming (underwater hot springs off beach)
52° 21.946' N
127° 13.990' W

9. Eucott Bay - Camping / Wildlife / Hot Springs
52° 27.310' N
127° 18.712' W

10. Mackenzie Provincial Park - Camping / Safe Spot / Historical Landmark
52° 22.699' N
127° 28.277' W

11. Jenny Inlet - Camping / Safe Spot
52° 14.037' N
127° 35.590' W

12. Ocean Falls - Ghost Town / Minor Provisions / Camping / Ferry Stop / Fresh Water
52° 21.145' N
127° 41.582' W

13. Rattenbury Point - Camping / Fresh Water / Old Growth Forest / Beach / Lakes
52° 14.724' N
127° 45.369' W

14. Port John - Camping / Fresh Water / Beach
52° 07.515' N
127° 50.264' W

15. Shearwater - Provisions / Accommodations / Fresh Water / Ferry Stop
52° 08.817' N
128° 05.362' W

16. Bella Bella - Hospital / Provisions / Accommodations / Ferry Stop / Fresh Water
52° 09.785' N
128° 08.565' W

17. Codville Lagoon / Sagar Lake - Camping / Swimming / Beach
52° 03.696' N
127° 50.181' W

18. Kisameet Bay - Camping / Fresh Water / Safe Spot
52° 58.046' N
127° 52.993' W

19. Hakai Luxvbalis / Serpent Islands - Camping / Swimming /Whales / Beaches
52° 47.791' N
128° 10.003' W

20. Namu - Camping / Fresh Water / Ghost Town / Old Cannery / Fresh Water
51° 51.651' N
128° 52.061' W

21. Restoration Bay - Camping / Beach / Safe Spot
52° 01.199' N
128° 37.703' W

22. Cathedral Point - Camping / Safe Spot
52° 11.260' N
128° 28.256' W
 

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VanIslePaddler

Paddler
Joined
Nov 11, 2009
Messages
620
Location
Tuff City
You need an option that says:

Yes, I plan to paddle there...


I was not really left with an option that I really wanted to vote for:
Maybe... - NO!!! I KNOW I want to paddle there
Yes, I've been and its Fantastic - well... 'Yes' I want to go..., but 'no' I have not been... I don't know if its fantastic...


Ack! What do I answer!
 

carsten

New Member
Joined
Jan 29, 2012
Messages
5
Location
Bella Coola
Hey ~

That would have been a good choice for the poll.

Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a way to edit polls, once published. If I'm wrong, please, someone let me know.
 

Dan_Millsip

Paddler
Joined
Mar 8, 2005
Messages
9,297
Location
Beautiful BC
carsten said:
Hey ~

That would have been a good choice for the poll.

Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a way to edit polls, once published. If I'm wrong, please, someone let me know.
Added "Plan to paddle there one day" to the poll questions.

Looks like adding an option resets the poll -- anyone who already selected a poll option will have to select again.
 

Nick Heath

Paddler
Joined
Mar 27, 2008
Messages
38
Thnks very much for the site info for the Central Coast. I am collecting data for the purpose of (one day before too long) creating marine trail routes in that area and these are useful. About half of them were new to me. In a few cases they took some locating as there were some coordinates that were one digit wrong in the degrees component, but I figured those out. I'd like more details, however, so if I could email to you what I currently have in a spreadsheet, maybe you would have time to review comment and correct? Is there some way I can get your email address or you can use mine - groundcheck@bcmarinetrails.org
Cheers /nick
 
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