Port Renfrew - Vancouner Island
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Port Renfrew - Vancouner Island

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Port Renfrew is a community on the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, located approximately 2 hours' drive west of Victoria, British Columbia. Port Renfrew is the western terminus of the Juan de Fuca Trail. Tall Tree Music Festival also calls Port Renfrew home, proving to be a celebration of community spirit, the environment and artistic creativity. A substantial portion of ticket sales and onsite revenue goes directly to:The Community of Port Renfrew and The Ancient Forest Alliance. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_Renfrew,_British_Columbia

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