Conveyed in narrative form, Hiking on the Edge recounts the author's many West Coast Trail experiences over the years and fleshes it out with ample historical background. The expanded third edition of this well-written and thoroughly researched book also includes a chapter on the Juan de Fuca Trail, a more accessible and shorter hike that begins at the southern end of the West Coast Trail. Hiking on the Edge is a quick, easy read with absolutely stunning photos by David Nunuk. If you're merely contemplating hiking either one of these trails, this book--the photos alone--will surely convince you to go.
- Paperback: 124 pages
- Publisher: Raincoast Books; 3.00 edition (September 21, 2002)
- Language: English
West Coast Trail, Bonilla Point, Cape Beale, Port Renfrew, Thrasher Cove, Port San Juan, British Columbia, Nitinat Narrows, Vancouver Island, Cullite Cove, Nitinat Lake, Barkley Sound, Botanical Beach, Logan Creek, Sombrio Beach, Botany Bay, Carmanah Point, Cullite Creek, Jordan River, Mystic Beach, Pachena Bay, Sandstone Creek, Strait of Juan de Fuca, Tsusiat Falls