|Destination||Woss Lookout and Little Huson Caves, Vancouver Island|
|Date||27 July 2018, Friday|
|Trip Coordinator||Valerie van Veen|
|Contact Infoemail@example.com; 250 285 2329|
|Description||The recently restored Woss Lookout, about 1.5 hrs north of Campbell River, is accessed by a short but steep, rope-assisted, hike, about 4 km round trip. Even at a moderate pace, allowing for the steepness, this hike will not take all day. So for a more relaxing afternoon, we will then drive north and west to the LIttle Huson Caves, on the Zeballos Road, to explore this little known regional park. These caves are perfect for those who prefer to admire caves from the outside only, as they are shallow caves with wide entrances.
www.vancouverislandnorth.ca (Things to do, Caving) for more information on the Caves.
|Meeting Place||QCove Ferry Terminal; we will organize carpooling before trip|
|Departure Time||8 am ferry|
||Woss Lookout – Difficult; LIttle Huson Caves – Easy|
|Costs||Ferry and gas contribution when carpooling|
|Notes:||A long day is expected. Some may want to stay in Campbell River for dinner to avoid ferry lineups. Must bring lunch, snacks, water. Good hiking boots recommended for the Woss Lookout hike; suggest that poles, if used, be of the foldable type for the rope sections. Flashlights may be useful to look into the caves. Trip cancelled if steady rain. Must phone or email the trip coordinator by 9 pm Wednesday, July 25 to join this hike.|