• Photo credit
    Marnie Recker Photography
  • Photo credit
    Dale Ivanchuk
  • Photo credit
    Marnie Recker Photography

Autumn in Tofino is the new summer.  

Ask a Tofitian their favorite month, and you’ll likely hear September or October.  School may be back in session, but Tofino’s still basking in sunshine-warmed weather, jaw-dropping sunsets and a sense of calm. And it's as romantic as ever.
Take the time to savour your food and sip on that new BC wine your server recommended.  Walk the trails set in the ancient temperate rainforest of the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve and stop to listen to the mossy, misty silence.  Look up at a Western redcedar, called the “tree of life” by the Nuu-chah-nulth people who once used it for clothing, and still do, for housing, transportation and more.
In October, soak in Tofino’s surf culture as you watch - and are inspired by -  female surfers during the annual Queen of the Peak, the premiere all-female surf championship in Canada.
Get out on the water to see the last of the giant Grey whales, who will migrate south to Baja for mating season, and plump black bears, winding up preparations for winter hibernation.
There are so many reasons to Fall for Tofino.  


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