Where Natural Wonders Never Cease
The lakes are pristine. The
land is lush. The air is pure. All is as it was. Unspoiled. This
summer, come and take your place amidst the magnificence of these
Larger than Life
Northern BC is filled with
parks and nature preserves. From the mystical, storm-swept Queen
Charlotte Islands to the Rocky Mountain foothills, this is a
land where man's biggest accomplishments seem small in comparison.
The Past Is Alive
Cedar totems carved centuries
ago stand tall in aboriginal villages. And just north of Prince
George, the Hubble Homestead is a living museum of trading post
life in 1905.
Where The Wild Things Really Are
In the Queen Charlotte Islands,
there are plants and animals that exist nowhere else. And in
the Northern Rockies, the Muskwa-Kechika Special Management Area
is known as the "Serengeti of the North", because nowhere
else outside of Africa is there such wildlife diversity and intact
ecosystems in a relatively compact area.
Where Man and Nature Become One
Take a BC Ferries cruise
through the Inside Passage to see seals, sea lions, and fjords.
Feel your pulse race as you raft one our incredible rivers. Take
a walk on lava in Nisga'a Memorial Lava Bed Provincial Park.
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