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Sooke, BC, sits on the southwest tip of Vancouver Island, across the Strait of Juan de Fuca from Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Sooke has terrific view of the snow-capped Olympic Mountains to the south, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and towering forests to the north. This is a secluded, peaceful, and beautiful place to enjoy a Sooke Bed and Breakfast.

Many visitors come to Sooke, BC, for the wilderness. Fifty kilometres of trails meander through the ancient coastal rainforest in East Sooke Regional Park, and an additional 10 kilometres traverse the rugged, windswept coast. Find respite from the wind in sheltered coves, take in sweeping views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Olympic Mountains, and stand in the hushed, ancient forest.

Bike, jog or walk along the Sooke portion of the Galloping Goose Regional Trail: the former rail line stretches 100 kilometres, and has amazing views. Explore the coves and bays of Southwest Vancouver Island in a kayak or sailboat, or head to open water in a larger boat with fishing pole in hand; truly enormous salmon have been caught out there. It is also fun to grab binoculars, climb into a zodiac, and go in search of orca whales, sea lions, and porpoises.

The town of Sooke is as interesting as the surrounding land and water. Browse art galleries or take a tour of art studios by day. Enjoy live music over dinner and drinks, or take in a play by night. Use your Sooke BC Bed and Breakfast innkeepers as a resource – they are sure to have their finger on the pulse of their hometown.