Ukeedaze Magazine - Volume 18 (Summer 2019)

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Summer 2019 - Ukeedaze Magazine featuring surfing, skating, Outdoor Lifestyle, Bethany Zelasko (Road to 2020), Christina Lanoville (local artist), 2019 Ripcurl Nationals, beautiful nature photos, maps, tide guide, local information, Tofino, Ucluelet, Port Alberni

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Summer 2019

FREEride

Volume 18

Ucluelet ▯ Tofino ▯ Port Alberni

Rip Curl Canadian Nationals • Local Artist • Road to 2020

Among Wildlife • Maps • Coastal Directory • Tide Guide

Kate Irene Wilson, Photo: Jen McLeod


ukeedaze (yõõ-kee-dãz)

verb

1. the state of being overwhelmed with the beauty that is seen or experienced:

She ukeedazed, quietly staring at the beautiful view of the ocean

from the Wild Pacific Trail.

noun

2. a dazed condition from an extraordinary experience:

After surfing at Cox Bay, they were in a ukeedaze for weeks.

Synonyms: amaze, bewilder, dazzle

Related forms:

ukeedazedly (yõõ-kee-dãz-zid-lee), adverb

ukeedazeness, noun

half-ukeedazed, adjective

ukeedazed, adjective

ukeedazing, verb

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Featured Local Artist 8

Among Wildlife 11

Rip Curl Canadian Nationals 15

Road to 2020 23

Tide Guide 26

Coastal Directory 27

Tofino Map 28

Ucluelet Map 29

Port Alberni Map 30

Pacific Rim Park Reserve Map 31

Check out bonus pages of this magazine

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ink and forestry-certified

partially recycled paper.

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Editors: Paul Freimuth, Diana Uy, Hunter Oliwa

Layout and Design: Diana Uy & Paul Freimuth

Contributing Photographers:

Antoine Simon-Plouffe

Bob Van Der Vliet

Jen McLeod

Kelley Brown

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Joel Sked aka Jay Eskayeedee

Paul Freimuth

Ryan Smith

Contributing Writers:

Christina Lanoville

Diana Uy

Paul Freimuth

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Christina Lanoville

Featured Artist

Christina Lanoville moved to Ucluelet with her husband

in 2011 after a life-changing surf lesson at Wickaninnish

Beach and a trip to the Ucluelet skate park. With big dreams

of leaving the city and starting fresh on the wild West Coast, the

couple left Vancouver to settle in a community that reminded them

of their hometown in the Northwest Territories. Eight years after

moving to Ucluelet, Christina’s husband Larry can still be found

rolling at the skate park while Christina continues to flail in the

whitewash.

Raised in a family of artists, Christina’s mother is an oil painter, her

father is a carver, and her brother is a woodworker. Christina was

encouraged from a young age to use art as a form of expression.

The long winters and dark days of the Northwest Territories

provided the perfect environment to cultivate her many talents. As a

young girl, Christina enjoyed sketching, painting, and creating digital

illustrations on the family’s Commodore 64. Christina continues

to explore different mediums to create art including graphic

illustration. Recently, Christina has been inspired by the impact that

pollution has on animals living on the West Coast. In the works

depicted, Christina highlights some of the current environmental

issues such as single-use plastics and habitat loss. The artist uses

humour with the intention to provoke thought, inspire change,

and illustrate the perspective of wildlife. The works shown were

hand-drawn and then produced digitally using Adobe Illustrator.

Christina enjoys digital art because it offers her the ability to express

a strong message with bold colors and text.

Christina is currently working as a nurse at the Tofino General

Hospital while she completes graphic design projects on the

side. Trained at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design,

Christina works as a graphic designer to continually express herself

artistically. Collaborating with entrepreneurs and businesses to

create logos and other marketing materials offers an opportunity

to be inspired by another person’s vision. Christina feels that there

is nothing more rewarding than bringing an entrepreneur’s ideas

For more of Christina Lanoville's work

see this magazine's online bonus pages at

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to production. The creation of art is also a relaxing method of

meditation that serves as a form of self-care while working in

healthcare.

Christina has an alter ego (‘Freaky C’) that originated when she

joined forces with Beth Luchies (‘Slippery B’) and Jen Jones

(‘Genny with a G’) who together formed a rap group called

Vagenre. Although the ladies have since gone their separate ways,

Christina continues to write lyrics, make rap videos, and roller-skate

dances with her friends Lyvi Rivera and Torie Tennant. The trio is

currently practicing choreography for a dance routine that they will

perform with Betties Dance Crew in Courtney on June 1 during the

half-time show of a roller derby bout. Christina owes her current

obsession with roller-skating to Lyvi, who brought roller derby to

the West Coast and now hosts a weekly skate. Hanging up her roller

derby gear after one and a half years of getting throttled on the

track, Christina keeps it safe by simply dancing on roller skates. •

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After spending the past three days digesting the best

surfing Canada has to offer, I am amazed to see the level

of surfing Canada has attained. The Rip Curl Nationals

held at Wickaninnish Beach within the Pacific Rim National Park

Reserve from May 10-12 showcased the best talent Canada has

to offer with athletes coming from such destinations as Australia,

Mexico, Hawaii, and California. Competitors and spectators alike

were treated to favorable weather conditions and consistent swell

throughout the event.

From Stand Up Paddle to Shortboard, the competition was intense

with extremely tight scoring. The women's category this year was

very impressive, with the ladies showcasing some world-class

surfing. Californian with Canadian roots, Bethany Zelasko was able

to repeat her gold medal finish to be crowned women's national

champ after winning an extremely close heat.

Several heats during the event were decided in the closing minutes,

if not seconds, of the heat, with numerous last-minute clutch

performances. There was a crazy finish to the U16 boys final that

saw all competitors catch a wave nearly simultaneously at the buzzer

with Tofino local Reed Platenius taking the win.

The women's U16 saw Tofino local Mathea Dempfle-Olin grind

out a couple of good scores in the final five minutes to come from

behind and repeat her gold finish from last year over her sister

Sanoa. Unfortunately for Mathea, her sister Sanoa got the best of

her the following day and took gold in the U18 girls despite a near

buzzer-beater caught by Mathea that was ruled out by judges due to

her standing up just after the buzzer.

Finally, there was the defending eight-time Canadian National

Champ Peter Devries who pulled off last-minute heroics in two

heats. Earlier in the day Devries split the peak in the final moments

of the heat with his good friend (and Tofino local) Noah Cohen

only to get the best of the exchange and knock out Cohen from the

event. Again in the finals, Devries leap-frogged from fourth to first,

claiming his ninth title in the dying seconds of the heat by stomping

a massive frontside air reverse and narrowly beating Shane Campbell.

Congratulations to all of our champs and competitors and thanks

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2019 Rip Curl Nationals Results

Boy's Under 18:

1. Wheeler Hasburgh

2. Reed Platenius

3. Jeffrey Spencer

4. Boston Leier

Girls Under 18:

1. Sanoa Dempfle-Olin

2. Mathea Dempfle-Olin

3. Jasmine Porter

4. Aqua Bruhwiler

Boys Under 16:

1. Reed Platenius

2. Finn Spencer

3. Aidan Chamberlain

4. Wheeler Hasburgh

Girls Under 16:

1. Mathea Dempfle-Olin

2. Sanoa Dempfle-Olin

3. Jasmine Porter

4. Serena Porter

Men's Open:

1. Peter Devries

2. Shane Campbell

3. Cody Young

4. Sean Foerster

Women's Open:

1. Bethany Zelasko

2. Paige Alms

3. Sanoa Dempfle-Olin

4. Mathea Dempfle-Olin

Men's Longboard:

1. David Schiaffino

2. TJ Atwood

3. Asia Dryden

4. Adam Tory

Women's Longboard:

1. Lucy Ruffy

2. Lydia Ricard

3. Amy Sousa

4. Emily Ballard

Men's SUP Surf Final:

1. Jeffrey Spencer

2. Finn Spencer

3. Paul Boskers

4. Riley Richters

Women's SUP Surf Final:

1. Catherine Bruhwiler

2. Lisa Richard

3. Jessica Hicks

4. Liza Tatchen

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The 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo mark

a milestone for board sports with the inclusion of

skateboarding and surfing disciplines to the games.

Not only does this provide opportunities for Canadian skaters

and surfers to get support, training, and facilities, but it

also legitimizes the sports in the eyes of the general public.

Skateboarding and surfing have lived happily under the

radar for years, but have been used mercilessly in corporate

advertising with the lion’s share of profits going to large

corporations while athletes earn a fraction of that of athletes

competing in more traditional sports.

Their inclusion into the Olympics gives young athletes more

opportunities to pursue and improve at their passions while

also getting the privilege to represent their homeland in front

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of the entire world. In every Ukeedaze issue leading up to

the games we will feature an athlete who is a favourite to

represent Canada in either skateboarding or surfing. This

issue’s athlete is Bethany Zelasko.

One year out of high school, and fresh off her back to back

gold in the women's division at the Rip Curl Canadian

National Surf Championship, Bethany Zelasko is a force to be

reckoned with. The goofy footed Californian with Canadian

roots is a stand out in the water and may be Canada's best

shot at getting on the Olympic podium at the 2020 Summer

Games in Tokyo, Japan. We were stoked to be able to catch up

with Bethany before the event and ask her some questions. We

suspect she will be a fixture in the Canadian National Team in

the coming years.

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Road o 2020

Bethany Zelasko

Ukeedaze: When did you start surfing?

Bethany: I started surfing when I was 12.

Ukeedaze: Goofy or Regular?

Bethany: Goofy

Ukeedaze: When did you start thinking that

you could make a career out of surfing?

Bethany: I’m not sure. I don’t remember

when I decided I wanted to travel and do

events for a living. I have always loved

surfing and since I started I always wanted

it to be a part of my life. If I had to guess

when I decided I wanted to make a career

out of surfing, then I would guess it was

when I was 14 or 15. I started winning local

events at that time and I did my first World

Junior Qualifying Series event went I was

15.

Ukeedaze: Favourite place you've had the

chance to travel?

Bethany: Japan. I love the culture and the

food and the people so much. Also, the

waves are good and a bit similar to my

home.

Ukeedaze: When and how did you get

hooked up with Team Canada?

Bethany: A family friend suggested that I

come surf for Team Canada since I wasn’t

surfing for the US team in international

events. She gave us the contact information

and the first event I surfed with team

Canada was the 2017 Pan American Games

in Peru.

Ukeedaze: Who inspires you?

Bethany: My parents and my family inspire

and encourage me to do my best and keep

surfing. I also get inspired by watching WSL

events in good waves and in places I like to

go.

Ukeedaze: Besides surfing what else are you

passionate about?

Bethany: I am a passionate Christian. I also

spend my free time doing arts and crafts. I

really enjoy making jewelry and sewing.

Ukeedaze: Are you doing anything different

leading up to the 2020 Olympics to help

you prepare?

Bethany: I am trying to surf as much as

possible and train when I have free time.

I work a lot at home to fund traveling to

events. But for the most part my routine is

the same because I've aspired to be the best

surfer I can be.

Ukeedaze: Thoughts on wave pools?

Bethany: I’m not too sure because I haven’t

surfed one yet, but I love being in the

ocean and I enjoy the challenge of surfing

in the ocean. There is nothing like being

in the ocean and being in a wave pool just

wouldn’t be the same.

Ukeedaze: Something most people don't

know about you?

Bethany: I really enjoy reading. I make a lot

of jewelry in my free time even though I

don’t wear much jewelry.

Ukeedaze: Sponsors?

Bethany: Proctor surfboards, Xcel Wetsuits,

Movieguide.org, Killer Dana Surf Shop.

Ukeedaze: What’s on your playlist right

now?

Bethany: A lot of country and alternative

music, specifically Dirty Heads and Tunnel

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Vision. I pretty much listen to whatever I’m

in the mood for and if a song gets stuck in

my head I’ll listen to it.

Ukeedaze: Shout outs?

Bethany: A big thanks to Surf Canada for

all their support and for the opportunity to

be on the team and compete internationally.

I feel so blessed to have the opportunity to

compete at the ISA and the Pan American

Games in the previous year. I cannot wait

to see what the future holds. I also want to

thank my parents for all their support, encouragement,

and mentoring. I wouldn’t be

where I am today without them. Thank you

to my sponsors for the great equipment that

helps me surf at the highest level I can. •

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and more at yumpu.com/en/ukeedaze

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UCLUELET TIDE TABLE

TOFINO: Add approximately 10-15 minutes and approximately .03 - .15 metres

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Ucluelet Tide Table - June 2019

Sat 1 05:02 11:19 16:48 22:57

0.6 2.7 1.3 3.3

Sun 2 05:42 12:04 17:29 23:35

0.4 2.8 1.3 3.4

Mon 3 06:22 12:48 18:10 n/a

0.3 2.8 1.4 n/a

Tue 4 00:14 07:04 13:34 18:53

3.5 0.2 2.9 1.4

Wed 5 00:56 07:47 14:20 19:39

3.5 0.1 2.9 1.4

Thu 6 01:41 08:33 15:10 20:30

3.5 0.1 2.8 1.4

Fri 7 02:30 09:22 16:03 21:28

3.3 0.2 2.8 1.5

Sat 8 03:26 10:15 16:59 22:36

3.2 0.4 2.8 1.4

Sun 9 04:29 11:12 17:59 23:52

3 0.5 2.9 1.4

Mon 10 05:43 12:14 18:59 n/a

2.8 0.7 3 n/a

Tue 11 01:09 07:02 13:16 19:55

1.2 2.7 0.9 3.1

Wed 12 02:19 08:20 14:16 20:46

1 2.7 1 3.2

Thu 13 03:20 09:30 15:12 21:34

0.8 2.7 1.1 3.3

Fri 14 04:14 10:31 16:04 22:18

0.5 2.7 1.2 3.4

Sat 15 05:02 11:25 16:52 23:00

0.4 2.8 1.3 3.4

Sun 16 05:47 12:13 17:36 23:41

0.3 2.8 1.4 3.4

Mon 17 06:29 12:58 18:18 n/a

0.3 2.8 1.4 n/a

Tue 18 00:20 07:09 13:40 18:59

3.4 0.3 2.8 1.4

Wed 19 00:59 07:48 14:22 19:40

3.3 0.3 2.8 1.5

Thu 20 01:38 08:26 15:03 20:22

3.2 0.4 2.7 1.5

Fri 21 02:18 09:05 15:45 21:07

3.1 0.5 2.7 1.6

Sat 22 03:00 09:45 16:29 21:58

2.9 0.7 2.7 1.6

Sun 23 03:46 10:26 17:14 22:56

2.7 0.8 2.7 1.6

Mon 24 04:37 11:10 17:59 n/a

2.6 1 2.7 n/a

Tue 25 00:01 05:38 11:57 18:46

1.5 2.4 1.1 2.7

Wed 26 01:06 06:48 12:48 19:31

1.4 2.3 1.2 2.8

Thu 27 02:05 08:00 13:40 20:14

1.3 2.3 1.3 2.9

Fri 28 02:59 09:07 14:32 20:58

1 2.4 1.4 3.1

Sat 29 03:48 10:06 15:23 21:41

0.8 2.5 1.4 3.2

Sun 30 04:35 10:58 16:13 22:25

0.6 2.6 1.4 3.4

Mon 31 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00

0 0 0 0

Ucluelet Tide Table - July 2019

Mon 1 05:20 11:47 17:02 23:09

0.3 2.7 1.4 3.5

Tue 2 06:04 12:33 17:50 23:55

0.1 2.8 1.4 3.6

Wed 3 06:48 13:18 18:38 n/a

0 2.9 1.3 n/a

Thu 4 00:42 07:32 14:04 19:28

3.6 0 2.9 1.3

Fri 5 01:31 08:17 14:51 20:21

3.5 0 3 1.2

Sat 6 02:23 09:04 15:39 21:19

3.4 0.1 3 1.2

Sun 7 03:18 09:52 16:30 22:23

3.2 0.3 3 1.2

Mon 8 04:20 10:45 17:24 23:34

3 0.6 3.1 1.1

Tue 9 05:29 11:41 18:20 n/a

2.7 0.8 3.1 n/a

Wed 10 00:47 06:46 12:42 19:17

1 2.6 1 3.1

Thu 11 01:57 08:06 13:45 20:13

0.9 2.5 1.2 3.2

Fri 12 03:01 09:20 14:46 21:06

0.7 2.5 1.4 3.2

Sat 13 03:58 10:23 15:43 21:55

0.6 2.6 1.4 3.3

Sun 14 04:49 11:17 16:34 22:41

0.5 2.7 1.5 3.3

Mon 15 05:33 12:03 17:20 23:24

0.4 2.7 1.5 3.3

Tue 16 06:14 12:44 18:02 n/a

0.4 2.8 1.4 n/a

Wed 17 00:04 06:52 13:21 18:42

3.3 0.4 2.8 1.4

Thu 18 00:43 07:27 13:56 19:21

3.3 0.4 2.8 1.4

Fri 19 01:21 08:01 14:31 19:59

3.2 0.5 2.8 1.4

Sat 20 01:58 08:34 15:05 20:40

3.1 0.6 2.8 1.4

Sun 21 02:36 09:07 15:40 21:23

2.9 0.7 2.8 1.4

Mon 22 03:16 09:41 16:16 22:11

2.8 0.8 2.8 1.4

Tue 23 04:01 10:17 16:55 23:06

2.6 1 2.8 1.4

Wed 24 04:54 10:57 17:38 n/a

2.4 1.2 2.8 n/a

Thu 25 00:08 06:00 11:45 18:26

1.3 2.3 1.3 2.9

Fri 26 01:14 07:18 12:42 19:19

1.2 2.3 1.5 3

Sat 27 02:18 08:37 13:46 20:13

1 2.3 1.5 3.1

Sun 28 03:17 09:44 14:50 21:08

0.8 2.4 1.5 3.2

Mon 29 04:10 10:39 15:49 22:00

0.5 2.6 1.5 3.4

Tue 30 04:58 11:28 16:43 22:51

0.3 2.7 1.4 3.6

Wed 31 05:44 12:13 17:35 23:42

0.1 2.9 1.3 3.6

Ucluelet Tide Table - August 2019

Thu 1 06:29 12:57 18:26 n/a

0 3 1.1 n/a

Fri 2 00:31 07:13 13:40 19:17

3.7 0 3.1 1

Sat 3 01:22 07:56 14:23 20:09

3.6 0 3.2 0.9

Sun 4 02:14 08:40 15:08 21:05

3.4 0.2 3.2 0.9

Mon 5 03:08 09:25 15:55 22:04

3.2 0.5 3.2 0.9

Tue 6 04:07 10:14 16:45 23:09

2.9 0.8 3.2 0.9

Wed 7 05:13 11:07 17:40 n/a

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Thu 8 00:20 06:29 12:09 18:39

0.9 2.5 1.3 3.1

Fri 9 01:33 07:52 13:18 19:42

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Sat 10 02:41 09:10 14:28 20:43

0.8 2.5 1.6 3.1

Sun 11 03:42 10:14 15:30 21:38

0.7 2.6 1.6 3.1

Mon 12 04:34 11:05 16:23 22:28

0.6 2.6 1.5 3.2

Tue 13 05:18 11:46 17:08 23:11

0.6 2.7 1.5 3.2

Wed 14 05:56 12:22 17:48 23:51

0.5 2.8 1.4 3.2

Thu 15 06:30 12:53 18:24 n/a

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Fri 16 00:27 07:01 13:23 18:59

3.2 0.5 2.9 1.2

Sat 17 01:03 07:31 13:52 19:35

3.2 0.6 2.9 1.2

Sun 18 01:38 07:59 14:21 20:12

3.1 0.7 2.9 1.2

Mon 19 02:14 08:29 14:50 20:50

3 0.8 2.9 1.2

Tue 20 02:51 08:59 15:22 21:32

2.8 1 2.9 1.2

Wed 21 03:33 09:31 15:57 22:20

2.7 1.1 2.9 1.2

Thu 22 04:23 10:09 16:38 23:18

2.5 1.3 2.9 1.2

Fri 23 05:27 10:56 17:29 n/a

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Sat 24 00:28 06:49 11:59 18:30

1.1 2.3 1.6 3

Sun 25 01:42 08:15 13:15 19:38

1 2.3 1.7 3.1

Mon 26 02:48 09:24 14:30 20:43

0.8 2.5 1.6 3.2

Tue 27 03:45 10:18 15:34 21:43

0.5 2.7 1.5 3.4

Wed 28 04:36 11:05 16:31 22:38

0.3 2.9 1.3 3.5

Thu 29 05:22 11:48 17:23 23:31

0.1 3.1 1.1 3.6

Fri 30 06:06 12:29 18:14 n/a

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Sat 31 00:22 06:49 13:10 19:04

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Long Beach Surf Shop

2060 Peninsula Rd., Ucluelet

Phone: 250.726.2700

Email: info@longbeachsurfshop.com

www.longbeachsurfshop.com

Friendly neighborhood surf shop. Full

range of surf products from value conscious

to unique hand crafted surfboards.

Relic Surf Shop

1998 Peninsula Rd., Ucluelet

Phone: 250.726.4421

Email: Info@relicsurfshop.com

www.relicsurfshop.com

Surf rentals, surf lessons, school & camps. Come

see the difference a great local surf shop, amazing

prices & friendly service make! Open all year round.

Ucluelet Liquor Store

1786 Peninsula Road, Ucluelet

Phone: 250.726.2579

www.uclueletliquorstore.ca

We carry the largest variety of Island

wineries and craft breweries on

the West Coast.

Open 9am - 11pm daily.

Accommodations

Horizons West B&B

364 Marine Drive, Ucluelet

Phone: 250.726.2271

Email: info@horizons-west.com

www.horizons-west.com

Private oceanfront guest rooms with

incredible views. Walking distance to

amenities & the Wild Pacific Trail.

SurfsInn Guesthouse and Rainforest Cabins

1874 Peninsula Rd., Ucluelet

Phone: 250.726.4426

Email: Surfsinn@hotmail.com

www.surfsinn.ca

Your home away from home. Great for surf

& yoga groups, families or just for you to

come & chill out! Book your time away now.

Howlers Family Restaurant & Amusements

1992 Peninsula Road, Ucluelet

Phone: 250.726.2211

Open 7 days a week until midnight.

Breakfast, Burgers, Seafood &

Vegetarian, Sports Bar, licensed, 5 pin

Bowling Alley, Arcade Games, Pool

Tables, Kids Hang-Out Area, Store

Floathouse Patio and Grill

200 Hemlock Street, Ucluelet

Down at the Boat Basin

Phone: 250.726.2411

Best patio on the coast. Enjoy BBQ and

seafood from the water while the sun

sets over the marina.

Solidarity Snacks

313 Forbes Rd. Ucluelet

Phone: 250-522-1217

www.solidaritysnacks.com

Deli, Lunch & Catering.

Eat Here or We'll Both Starve.

The Foggy Bean Coffee Company

Coffee Bar and Coffee Roastery

1601 Peninsula Road, Unit C

Phone 250-726.7278

Email: info@thefoggybean.com

Cozy coffee bar features our locally

roasted coffee, delicious baked goods,

bread, gorgeous water & mountain view.

Tours and Guides

Beachcomber Ocean Tours

Phone: 250.726.3444

wildedgewhales.com

contact@wildedgewhales.com

Visit Barkley Sound’s wildlife aboard our

heated, washroom equipped, 12 passenger

high speed crew boat. Custom tours,

Family sport fishing, kayak transport.

Majestic Ocean Kayaking

1167 Helen Road at Marine Dr., Ucluelet

Phone: 1.800.889.7644 / 250.726.2868

Email: majestic@oceankayaking.com

www.oceankayaking.com

23 years Leading Kayak tours. Day trips,

multi-day/camping trips, lessons, custom

kayaking experiences, sales & more...

Endlessride

Surf Lessons & Stand Up Paddle Tours

250.726.5020

Email: jay@endlessride.ca

Learn to surf in 2 hours: Lessons

available in groups or in private. SUP

tours include ocean & lake adventures

in the heart our beautiful environment.

Trades

Sea Wind Electric

Commercial / Residential Electrician

Licensed Contractor

Phone: 250-726-3790

Email: code.k@hotmail.com

Health & Wellness

EndlessFitness

Private Trainer/Fitness Classes/Yoga

Phone: 250.726.5134

Email: surfergirl@endlessride.ca

Personal training in a safe, interesting

& motivating environment. Detailed

fitness assessment, Customized personal

training programs to individual goals.

Naomi Joy Furst, RMT

243C Main Street, Ucluelet

Phone: 250.266.2277

Email: njoyfurstrmt@yahoo.com

Registered Massage Therapy

Deep Tissue, Rehab, STRtm

Trigger Point, Prenatal

Craniosacral Therapy.

Pacific Rim Chiropractic

Dr. Ron Norman HBSc, BSc(Hons), MSc, DC

#11 - 1636 Peninsula Rd., Ucluelet

381 Main Street, Tofino

Book: pacificrimchiropractic.janeapp.com

Phone: 250.726.2220

Email: info@pacificrimchiropractic.com

www.pacificrimchiropractic.com

Wild Roots Esthetics

1576 Imperial Lane, Ucluelet

Phone: 250.735.7354

Email: wildrootsesthetics@gmail.com

www.wildrootsesthetics.com

Facials, Massage, Manicure, Pedicure,

Gel Polish, Waxing, Lash Extensions,

Lash lifts and Lash Tints.

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WASHROOMS

PARKING

TRAIL

HOSPITAL

FORBES

ROAD

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ROAD

CYNAMOKA

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SEAPLANE BASE

CRES

HARBOUR

NORAH STREET

HEML OCK ST

BAY STREET

LYCHE

ISLAND

PARKS

WASHROOMS

PARKING

RV PARKING

LIGHTHOUSE

WHEELCHAIR ACCESS

WILD PACIFIC TRAIL

BOAT LAUNCH

CEDAR ROAD

BOAT LAUNCH

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BEACH

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MATTERSON

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PINE

PENINSULA ROAD

ALDER STREET

RUPERT ROAD

HELEN ROAD

LITTLE

BEACH

Lynn Rd

Chesterman

Beach

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HYPHOCUS

ISLAND

Chesterman Beach Rd

Jensen’s Bay

Rd

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SPRING

COVE

ELINA ROAD

Cox Bay

Pacific Rim

National

Park

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1st Ave

2nd Ave

3rd Ave 3rd Ave

3rd Ave

7th Ave

8th Ave

8th Ave

Gree

9th Ave

12th Ave

12th Ave

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Anderson Ave

Anderson Ave

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14th Ave

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15th Ave

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17th 17th Ave

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Sweet way

21st Ave

21st Ave

Compton Rd

Nicholas St

Pineo Rd

Beaver Creek Rd

Pleasent Rd

Forrest Rd

Margaret St

Gertrude St Gertrude St

Gertrude St

Compton Rd

Glenside St

Elizabeth St

Swanson St

Spencer St

David St

Arrowsmith Rd

Glenside Crescent

AlwynSt

Lathom Rd

Beale St

Compton Rd

Creek

Kitsuksis

Leslie Ave

Craig Rd

Virgina Rd

Michigan Rd

Glenside Rd

Gordon Ave

Princess Rd

Ian Ave

Ian Ave

4

Compton Rd

Cox Rd

Rex Rd

Roger Creek

Tebo Ave

Craig Rd

Glenside Rd

Tebo Ave

Bishop Ave

4

Hasl

Michigan Rd

Way

Maple

C

Cherry

St

John

Long St

PORT ALBERNI

4

4

HIGHWAY 4

AIRPORT

WASHROOMS

PARKING

TRAILS

BOAT LAUNCH

WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE

▴ Tofino

4

RADAR

HILL

4

PACIFIC RIM

NATIONAL PARK

RESERVE

Heaslip Rd

River Rd

Harbour Rd

Victoria Quey

Harbour Rd

Burke Rd

4

Argyle St

Southgate Rd

Harbour Rd

Stamp Ave

Stamp Ave

Athol St

Kingsway Ave

Adelaide St

3rd Ave 3rd Ave

Maitland St

4th Ave 4th Ave

4th Ave 4th Ave

Du nbar St

Angus St

Mar St

ROGER ST

5th Ave

Morton St

Redford St

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Burde St

Roger Creek

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Dogwood St

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Dunbar St

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Rosewood St

ROGER ST

Wallace St Wallace St

Burde St

11th Ave

Redford St

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11th Ave

Dunbar St

11th Ave

China Creek Rd

11th Ave

King St

Argyle St

17th Ave

Churh St

Montrose St Montrose St

Anderson Ave

Maitland St

Waterhouse St

Burde St

Wallace St

Exton St

Roger Creek

Argyle Way

Kendall Ave

Morton St St

Morton

Huff Dr

Steede Ave

Frank St

Hwy

Alberni Port

Argyle St

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HIGHWAY 4

PARKS

EV CHARGING STATION

BOAT LAUNCH

TRAIL

HOSPITAL

Willington Ave

Alberni Hwy

Port

St

Burde

TRAILS

1 Willowbrae - 1.4 km one way

2 Halfmoon Bay - 1.8 km one way incl. Willowbrea

3 Nuu-chah-nulth - 2.5 km one way

4 Shorepine Bog - 800 m loop

5 South Beach - 800 m one way

6 Rainforest A - 1 km loop

7 Rainforest B - 1 km loop

8 Combers Beach - 500 m one way

9 Schooner Cove - 1 km one way

Located 350m

(5 min walk)

from the

Wild Pacific Trail

reservations@reefpointcottages.com

☎ 250-726-4425 reefpointcottages.com

@reefpointcottagesukee @reefpointcottages

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CAMPGROUND

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O N L I N E

32 Summer 2019

Cody Young, Photo: Paul Freimuth


Unique guided wilderness

surfing tours with

Ground Swell Adventures

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Christina Lanoville

Featured Artist

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Dave Kerr

Ukeedaze Team Rider

Dave Kerr is a ripping skater and

an even better human. That's why

we're super stoked at Ukeedaze to

have him on the team.

Below is his first Ukeedaze video

part taken over the last year or so

in the Ucluelet - Tofino region.

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Team Rider:

Simon Young

Photo: Paul Freimuth

Dave Kerr

Ukeedaze Team Rider

Dave Kerr is a ripping skater and

an even better human. That's why

we're super stoked at Ukeedaze to

have him on the team.

Below is his first Ukeedaze video

part taken over the last year or so

in the Ucluelet - Tofino region.

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Road o 2020

Bethany Zelasko

A short video of Women's Canadian

Champion Bethany Zelasko and Men's

Canadian Champion Peter Devries:

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Photos: @fakelegphotography

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West Coast Lifestyle

Media and Products

48 Summer 2019

Stanfields

Hoodies

Souvenirs

Socks

Accessories

T-Shirts

Toques

Post Cards

Available at

Emporium of Awesome

and other fine local retailers

or email info@ukeedaze.com

Team Rider:

Paul freimuth

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