Nuu-chah-nulth trail - Ucluelet, BC
Nuu-chah-nulth is a collective term for many individual nations who have inhabited this coast for over 5000 years, the trail goes through the traditional (and so beautiful) territory of Ucluelet First Nation.
A Chief's traditional territory (Hahulthi) includes the land, the ocean and everything living and non-living within. The Chief cares for his territory through hishuk ish ts'awalk (everything is one) which embodies respect and spiritual connection to all life forms. What a beautiful concept.
We started out early at the Kwisitis parking lot (the visitor centre is closed currently) in lovely thick fog. Ideally you want early fog that clears so you can have the best of both worlds.
The forest is stunning during the short walk to South Beach. At times we could barely see.
It did lift, quite suddenly. We continued exploring the area.