West Coast Trail Crew

When you hike this challenging trail, you will be glad to have the West Coast Trail crew hard at work.

West Coast Trail Crew

Thousands of people travel from all over the world every year to take on the rugged West Coast Trail.

The Huu-ay-aht Group of Businesses has a contract with Parks Canada to maintain the first 25 km of the trail. The Trail Guardians are Ambassadors of Parks Canada. Many of our Trail Crew are Huu-ay-aht First Nations citizens, and they share traditional and cultural knowledge to the hikers on the trail, as well as inform hikers of safety concerns on the trail. For more information on the West Coast Trail, click here.

Sarah Johnson

Operations Manager, Pachena Bay Campground
Operations Manager, Pachena Bay Gas Bar
Operations Manager, West Coast Trail Crew
If you have visited Pachena Bay Campground, chances are you have met Sarah Johnson, Operations Manager for the Huu-ay-aht Group of Businesses. Sarah is a Huu-ay-aht citizen who comes from the House of Ca-ca-tsii-us. She lives in Anacla with her three children (Natalie, Andrew, and Katie) and husband Andy Clappis. They have called Anacla home for the last 14 years. Her parents are Judy Johnson and Rudy Watts (Tseshaht), and her grandparents are the late Kenny and Joan Johnson (Mack).

A Division of HFN Hospitality LP

HFN Hospitality LP was created from the acquisition of 11 new properties purchased by the Huu-ay-aht First Nations on January 20th, 2016. Included are numerous recreational properties located in the heart of Bamfield. The continued goal of HFN Hospitality LP is to contribute to the strategic growth and profitability of Huu-ay-aht First Nation’s businesses, supporting the establishment of a strong, sustainable economy, providing employment and contract opportunities for local citizens, and be a pillar of the Anacla and Bamfield communities.

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