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Virgin Falls

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tjnutting wrote a review Jun. 2020
Campbell River, Canada7 contributions1 helpful vote
Great back road adventure that ends at Virgin Falls. Water was high when we were there, so had to get a bit wet to cross the creek. Worth the drive, we seen bears, eagles, and spectacular views. We went in May of 2018 but it won't let me put that date in. Hoping to go again soon.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Desiree W wrote a review Jul. 2019
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Great trip, fabulous falls, saw one bear but lots of scat for the last 25km. Great stops for viewing scenery. Falls 100meters to the right of the blocked bridge down the creek.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Usntheboys wrote a review Sep. 2016
Tofino, Canada34 contributions13 helpful votes
The road into the falls entails a 110 kilometre round trip on very rough unpaved roads. The last 30 kilometres are passible by four wheel drive vehicles or quads. I would not recommend going to the falls without a back roads map or still better a back roads gps.There are several kilometres of road completely overgrown so expect lots of bush scratches on your vehicle. Average speed for the last leg of the trip (60 kilometers round trip) is no more than 20kph so from start at highway 4 and back give yourself at least 6 hours. The scenery is phenomenal alternating from views of Kennedy lake to dense forest and inner reaches of the Pacific ocean / Tofino inlet. The Dear Bay road ends at the short trail to the falls. It is an easy walk. Take your bear spray. We use a canned air horn. There are lots of bears in the area.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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treepondersleaf wrote a review Dec. 2012
Walnut Creek, California283 contributions184 helpful votes
This trip is difficult if you are not accustomed to logging roads. The road is steep and bumpy, it is not paved, and if you go in the winter you may find a snow and ice-covered trail. If you don't have a 4x4 don't try it. If you break down, you will not have anyone to help you. It is an active logging area, so watch for logging trucks. Have your own winch, or at the very least a tow rope. Let people know where you are going, plot your route in advance, and bring extra gas, just in case. You will not have cell phone service. The trip itself is the fun part, you will see Clayoquot Sound's rugged forest and beautiful vistas. The falls are quite nice, but definitely not worth the journey if you don't know what you're getting into. There are no signs for Virgin Falls, would suggest getting a Backroads Maps book.
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Date of experience: December 2012
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Janet S wrote a review Dec. 2011
Tofino, Canada21 contributions23 helpful votes
It's a long, rough, potholed road to see falls that are nice but not great. You travel on a logging road that follows the Tofino Inlet. Parts of the trip are scenic, but if you value your vehicle, not really worth the trip unless you plan to do some camping. If so, expect lots of bears at night,
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