The Whale Trail

After ‘Drift,’ our life-size driftwood humpback sculpture was created, it really put Campbell River on the map, literally!  Campbell River has now been added to the BC Whale Trail map and is recognized as one of the best places for shore-based whale watching!

The Whale Trail is comprised of over 100 land based sites along the Pacific Coast, from California all the way up to British Columbia.

The Mission

“Our mission is to inspire appreciation and stewardship of orcas, other marine mammals and the marine environment by identifying a network of viewing sites along the whales’ trails through the Salish Sea and along the Pacific Coast.”

-The Whale Trail Project

The Whale Trail Project helps to build awareness for all species of marine mammals, as well as connect people and communities together.

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Whale Watching In Campbell River

What We've Been Up To

Projects

The Whale Trail

Campbell River to join the Whale Trail, and be recognized as one of the best places for shore-based whale watching

Shoreline Clean Up

Campbell River Tour Operators come together to clean over 350km of shoreline, picking up over 37 tonnes of debris

Drift – The Whale

Meet “Drift” the Humpback, and learn how “Drift” has helped Campbell River get noticed in the Whale Watching Industry

Meet Our Members