Self-Guided Walking Tour






From the Trans-Canada Pacific Terminus in Tofino to the Lighthouse in Ucluelet, there are carvings to be found all throughout this peninsula. We’ve updated our carving map as a self-guided walking tour resource. Just pick your region, save the map image or print it out, and get exploring! The entire tour can take up to four hours, if you’re giving yourself plenty of breaks for photo opportunities and to walk our local trails.

Make sure to tag the festival in your photos on social media. We want to see you! @carvingedgefestival or #carvefest2021

Walking Tour MapDownload
  • Totem Pole Raising, 2018
  • Weeping Cedar Woman, 2017
  • Raven Lady, stainless steel by Mike Camp
  • Abandoned Dugout Canoe, Tin Wis
  • “Nike” bronze, by Michael Dennis


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Carving on the Edge

2021 Registration

Please fill out the form below. We will be reaching out prior to the festival with links and information required to attend. We also want your input, so please take a moment to provide us some discussion topics (optional). Note: you only need to do this once.