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Kinuseo Falls in Monkman Provincial Park

(Albert Normandin photo)

Northern British Columbia

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 (Canadian Tourism Commission photo)

(Canadian Tourism Commission photo)

Encompassing a landmass greater than the state of California, the Northern BC region boasts more than 100 parks and protected areas offering exceptional diversity.

Beach lovers will head for Naikoon Provincial Park in Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) to beach comb for agates. Spelunkers will be keen on Monkman Provincial Park while volcano aficionados will head for the lava beds at Nisga'a Memorial Lava Bed Provincial Park.

Curious about bears? Khutzeymateen Provincial Park has the largest known concentration of grizzly bears in BC. Those drawn to First Nations culture will travel to Gwaii Haanas. Collecting UNESCO World Heritage Sites? Northern BC proudly boasts two. SGang Gwaay, located within Gwaii Haanas in Haida Gwaii and Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Park which with adjacent parks in Alaska and the Yukon forms the world's largest international World Heritage Site. There is so much to see and do in the north.

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13 Parks in Northern British Columbia

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Anhluut'ukwsim Laxmihl Angwinga'asanskwhl Provincial Park - Terrace

Hwy 16
Terrace, British Columbia
V8G 0G8
Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone877-878-9601

The park is the first provincial park jointly managed by a First Nation & BC Parks. Enjoy interpretation of natural features, native culture & guided volcanic tours through old growth forest & a variety of features. To protect the volcanic cone, unguided tours are prohibited.

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Babine Mountains Provincial Park - Smithers

3 Km East Of Smithers
Smithers, British Columbia
V0J 2N7
Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone877-878-9601

Babine Mountains Provincial Park is located within the Skeena Mountains ecosection & offers some of the finest hiking opportunities in West Central British Columbia. Glacier-fed lakes, rugged peaks & extensive subalpine meadows provide day & overnight hiking opportunities. Horseback riding & mountain biking are also permitted. Please visit website for more details.

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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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Khutzeymateen Provincial Park - Prince Rupert

45 Km NE Of Prince Rupert
Prince Rupert, British Columbia
V8J 2T6
Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

The park protects grizzly bears & their undisturbed habitat along the north coast of BC. Visitor use is discouraged because of high sensitivity & strict conservation orientation. A limited amount of controlled viewing is allowed under permit.

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Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park - Muncho Lake

Km 765 Of Alaska Hwy
Muncho Lake, British Columbia
V0C 1Z0
Websitehttp://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/liard_rv_hs/
Toll-free
Phone250-776-7000

The park offers two hot springs that are of national ecological significance & well known for their natural setting in a lush, boreal spruce forest. The park is a popular stopover for tourists travelling the Alaska Hwy.

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Monkman Provincial Park - Tumbler Ridge

Murray River Rd
Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia
V0C 2W0
Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free800-663-7867
Phone250-257-0700

Monkman Provincial Park is nestled between the Hart Ranges & Central Rocky Mountains. A diverse natural landscape encompasses alpine meadows, jagged mountain peaks, forested valleys, thundering waterfalls & clear alpine lakes. Kinuseo Falls is higher than Niagara Falls & often the highlight of visitors' trips. Also enjoy caving, cycling & fishing.

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Muncho Lake Provincial Park - Muncho Lake

Km 765 Of Alaska Hwy
Muncho Lake, British Columbia
V0C 1Z0
Websitehttp://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/muncho_lk/
Toll-free
Phone250-776-7000

Spectacular folded mountains, bountiful wildlife, brilliantly coloured wildflowers are just some of the wonders to discover. The southern portion of the park has the impressive geological formations of Folded Mountain, formed by tectonic deformation of limestone.

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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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Northern Rocky Mountains Provincial Park - Fort Nelson

90 Km SW Of Fort Nelson
Fort Nelson, British Columbia
V0C 1R0
Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Northern Rocky Mountains Park offers an exciting array of recreational features & opportunities for the backcountry adventurer. Recreation activities include scenery & wildlife viewing, angling, boating, adventure tourism, camping, mountaineering, hiking, horseback riding & nature photography.

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Spatsizi Plateau Wilderness Provincial Park - Iskut

Hwy 37
Iskut, British Columbia
V0J 1K0
Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Spatsizi is one of Canada's largest & most significant parks. True wilderness atmosphere, outstanding scenery & varied terrain make this park an excellent place for hiking, nature study & wildlife viewing. Proper gear, transportation arrangements & NTS maps are prerequisites.

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