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Home to the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club this northern access point to Salt Spring Island breaks to the ocean shoreline with hundreds of inlets and other smaller islands directly off its beaches.

The romantic visions of green islands peaking from the deep blue oceans are also home to a variety of wildlife that comb the shores of many of the islands in the area. Seals, sea lions, otters, porpoise, whales, eagles, salmon, shellfish, and crabs frequent the area and create multiple opportunities for visitors to see them in their natural habitat.

Kayaking and canoeing around the shore line is also a terrific way to experience the peaceful surroundings, power of the ocean, and great natural nooks and crannies that line Salt Spring's northern waterfront.

Population: 120

Self-Guided Art Studio Tour
Vehicle Ferry Service to other islands / mainland
Yacht Club

Summer average 18 degrees Celsius
Winter average 3 degrees Celsius


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