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Naikoon - Agate Beach and Misty Meadows Provincial Park, Haida Gwaii 
(David Nunuk photo)

Northern British Columbia

Camping

 (Albert Normandin photo)

(Albert Normandin photo)

BC's north has lots of camping opportunities, from driving an RV along the Alaska Highway to flying to a remote backcountry campsite in a provincial park.

Drive the Great Northern Circle Route – known for open roads, scenery and wildlife viewing – and stay at provincial parks or private campgrounds along the way. Look for bears, moose and Stone's sheep, and be sure to stop for a soak at Liard Hot Springs.

The north is more than just mountains and forests; take the ferry to Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) to camp at Naikoon Provincial Park and wander for hours on long, sandy beaches. Plan a wilderness kayak camping trip and paddle into remote inlets with only sea lions, whales, eagles and moss-covered rainforests as company.

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