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New Hazelton and Area

'Ksan Historical Village and Museum

(Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC photo)

New Hazelton

Totem pole at 'Ksan Historical Village and Museum (Totem pole at 'Ksan Historical Village and Museum (Tom Ryan photo)

Totem pole at 'Ksan Historical Village and Museum (Totem pole at 'Ksan Historical Village and Museum (Tom Ryan photo)

New Hazelton and the surrounding communities that make up the Hazeltons are a hidden gem in Northern British Columbia.

Unbeknownst to travellers who fail to turn off Highway 16 to explore, the land and communities here are marked by a very much alive First Nations culture, a warm spirit, and serene natural beauty teeming with diverse wildlife.

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Various activities including boating, hiking and heli-skiing. Fishing on the many steelhead and salmon rivers in the area is hugely popular here. Aboriginal and cultural sites, such as world renowned 'Ksan Historical Village and Museum, the impressive Hagwilget Bridge and Canyon, as well as major local events such as the Kispiox Valley Rodeo and Music Festival also draw many visitors to the area. Spend a few days driving and exploring the communities and attractions to appreciate the unique charm of each.

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