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Resort Trails
Canada

You are standing in a nature trail on the close edge of the corner of Thetis Island, tucked in between the magnificent Vancouver Island and mainland British Columbia.

Such summertime offerings are abundant to millions of visitors here on the west coast of Canada.

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