Canada's West Coast TrailBook - 1994
The West Coast Trail was born of the misfortune of mariners in the days before radio and radar. This 75-kilometre stretch of shoreline became known as the graveyard of the Pacific for all the ships that foundered there. By up-grading the various aids to help shipping navigate this treacherous coastline, a pathway was created which was finally recognized as a place of natural beauty. Thus the West Coast Trail was born.
Publisher: Calgary : Bayeux, 1994.
Branch Call Number: 971.12 A425
Characteristics: 111 p. : ill. (some col.), maps, ports.