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Mortuary poles, Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve & Haida Heritage Site
(Daryl Benson/Masterfile photo)

Haida Gwaii/Queen Charlotte Islands

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Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

The most famous images of Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) feature massive mossy trees, exponentially wider than a human hug.

Many have the ocean in the background and some have Haida totem poles, hundreds of years old, in the foreground.

The majority of these photos were taken in one of the Queen Charlotte's two nature parks, Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve or Naikoon Provincial Park. Both offer endless opportunities for adventure and to experience breathtaking sights of pristine nature and wildlife.

Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve

Gwaii Haanas encompasses the lower half of Haida Gwaii and is accessible by boat or plane. In addition to a large chunk of Moresby Island and thousands of diverse, secluded islands and islets covered in thick vegetation and wildlife, Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve features a natural hot spring island and the UNESCO World Heritage Site, SGang Gwaay.

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Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve & Haida Heritage Site - Skidegate

Haida Heritage Centre
Skidegate, British Columbia
V0T 1S0
Websitehttp://www.pc.gc.ca/gwaiihaanas
Toll-free
Phone250-559-8818

Explore the edge of the world. In the southern portion of Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) lies Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve & Haida Heritage Site, a wild & remote place of haunting beauty. Reservations required May 1-Sep 30.

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Naikoon Provincial Park - Masset

Hwy 16
Masset, British Columbia
V0T 1M0
Websitehttp://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/naikoon/
Toll-free
Phone250-626-3337

From Rose Point, at the northeast tip of Graham Island, lay broad, sandy beaches that stretch to form the eastern & northern boundaries of this unique park. Naikoon lies within the Hecate Depression, a trough between the outer mountains to the west & the coast mountains on the mainland to the east.

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