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Sandcut Beach

A short walk through the forest, along a trail, boardwalk and down stairs leads to Sandcut Beach, a long cobble shore along the Juan de Fuca Strait. Sandcut Beach is currently held as park reserve with no facilities.

Contact Information
Address:
Jordan River, BC V0S, Canada
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Description

A short walk through the forest, along a trail, boardwalk and down stairs leads to Sandcut Beach, a long cobble shore along the Juan de Fuca Strait. Sandcut Beach is currently held as park reserve with no facilities.

3.5 km cobble beach along the Strait of Juan de Fuca
campground
trail through coastal hemlock and cedar forest
fabulous views of the Olympic Peninsula

Trail Rating: Easy to moderate
Size: 187 hectares
Location: Highway 14, east of Jordan River
Established as a CRD Park: 2010
Hours: sunrise to sunset

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