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Hornby Island, B.C. Canada

Located at the northern end of Georgia Strait, Hornby is located in the rain shadow created by the Beaufort Range to the west on Vancouver Island. While Henderson Lake on the west coast of Vancouver Island gets 300 inches of rain annually, Hornby gets about 40. This has a major impact on the type of forest cover on Hornby compared to nearby Vancouver Island. In addition, the effect of the rainshadow on each Gulf Island differs, depending on a variety of factors including geology and topography.

Hornby Island. Photo by Rebecca Benjamin-Carey.

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Hornby Island. Photo by Rebecca Benjamin-Carey.

Tranquil Retreat

Embrace Nature's Serenity on Hornby Island.

Escape to the enchanting allure of Hornby Island, a sanctuary where lush trees create a serene oasis. Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature, reconnecting with the soothing rhythm of the forest. Unwind and embrace the tranquility that envelops this idyllic island paradise.

Photo by Rebecca Benjamin-Carey.

Enchanting Discovery

Unveil the Treasures of Hornby Island

Unveil the hidden treasures of Hornby Island, where idyllic beaches and rugged cliffs converge. Explore winding trails, discover hidden coves, and immerse yourself in the island's natural wonders. Let Hornby Island captivate your senses and leave unforgettable memories of its enchanting beauty.

Hornby Island. Photo by Rebecca Benjamin-Carey.

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