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The warm summer wind pushes against your board as you paddle away from Long Beach in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, the current gently pulling towards the 2′ – 5′ waves. You ease through the first set and then feel your wave coming A quick pop-up and you ride the crest for most of the 200 feet back to the beach, then jump back in the water and do it again. Today is the best day for surfing.

With 35km (22 miles) of windswept, surfable beaches, Long Beach is for surfers of all skill levels. Wickaninnish Beach is a popular break for Ucluelet locals as well as visitors. The passion of the surf community ensures you get the most out of this unique experience, instilling a sense of wonder for the power of the ocean.