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The Wild Coast: Volume 2: A Kayaking, Hiking and Recreational Guide for the North and Central B.C. Coast Paperback – Mar 3 2011

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[starred recommendation] Not just for kayakers. (Jo-Anne Mary Benson Library Journal 2007-03-01)

An essential survival guide...Vivid photography and descriptions... Finding information [is] a breeze... Helpful for experienced and novice kayakers. (John Burroughs North Island Gazette (Port Hardy, BC) 2006-12-13)

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John Kimantas is an adventure-loving editor, journalist, and photographer with 18 years' experience working on newspapers across Canada. He currently works for the Nanaimo News Bulletin on Vancouver Island.

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A Must for BC Sea Kayakers Dec 17 2011
By Boogaloo Bill - Published on Amazon.com
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The Wild Coast series is a must for sea kayakers wanting to explore the BC coastlines. The details are enticing, and the campsite recommendations are spot on. I use this series all the time in planning 8-17 day expeditions through BC waters.
Kayakers Bible to western Canada's coast Feb. 19 2013
By Mark Sherman - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a necessary kayakers resourse to this part of Canada. Until Kimantis wrote this book (and its two companions) there was little if any information about kayaking Canada's western coast outside of the Gulf Islands. Thanks John!