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210 Broken Group Islands Kayaking and Boating Map

210 Broken Group Islands Kayaking and Boating Map

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About the Broken Group: Forty years ago when kayaking was just beginning to become popular, the Broken Group Islands became known as the quintessential West Coast wilderness experience thanks to the established national park perfect for this new form of travel and recreation. Over time, the islands grew to become a victim of their own success, with crowded campsites and congestion. Over those years, however, the growing expertise of kayakers and the growing amount of information about other coastal destinations helped relieve much of the pressure here. This is providing a better opportunity to appreciate the Broken Group Islands for what they are: a trove of islands and passages perfect for kayaking with opportunities for viewing lagoons, sea caves, arches and a rich marine ecology. 


  • Designed by kayakers and explorers who are experts in this region. 
  • Includes full coverage of the Broken Group Islands section of Pacific Rim National Park reserve, as well as Ucluelet Inlet and the area around Toquaht Bay, the most popular launch point into the area.
  • The reverse side contains a larger-scale, more detailed map of the actual Broken Group Islands, and so can be used for navigating the myriad islands and channels. 
  • The mapsheet contains all land and marine features of interest, including campsites, launch points, rest stop, attractions and hazards.
  • In combination with mapsheet #211, Barkley Sound, your exploration can be expanded to include the Deer Group.
  • UTM grid lines for easy distance calculations.  Learn to understand and make the most of them.
  • Our in-house printing allows frequent product updates to ensure the latest information.
  • Printed on extremely waterproof/durable 10-mil stock when 4.3-mil stock is the norm.
  • Planning and logistical information is included on the opposite side of the main map to help make your adventure come to life.
  • Optimal size and format for use both at home for planning and on-water during your travels.
  • Augment your GPS navigation with a handy visual overview as you travel and as you plan your next day's agenda. In combination you will be well prepared for your adventure.
  • Use alone without electronic assistance by navigating the traditional way without reliance on batteries or connectivity. Truly disconnect! 

Don't forget the guide book: The perfect companion to the mapsheet is the BC Coast Explorer Vol. 1, which goes into much greater details about the features, attractions travel logistics and history. 

About the Wild Coast map series: In 2019, Wild Coast Publishing began embarking on an ambitious program to provide an unbroken series of mapsheets covering the entire BC coastline. The series begins with mapsheet #201 Brooks Peninsula and extends in order down the outer Vancouver Island and up the southern BC coast then finally north through the Inside Passage. You can view the currently available list of mapsheets here. The maps are designed for paddlers and boaters, right down to the size -- a handy 24x18", slightly smaller than a traditional street map and so easy to manage when on the water. Use it as a "deck topper" for easy visualization as you travel on the water, use it around the campfire or your anchorage at night to plan your next day's route, and at home for research when your journey is still in the dream stage.  

Get the Expedition pack: If you are transiting the coast or interested in more of the West Coast Vancouver Island titles, the West Vancouver Island Expedition Pack is your value option. Get all mapsheets #201 to #211 from Side Bay and Brooks Peninsula to Bamfield and Barkley Sound in one set. This saves significantly over the individual purchase price of the 11 mapsheets.

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