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Traditional canoeing, Nisga'a Memorial Lava Bed Provincial Park

(Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC photo)

Terrace

Transportation & Maps

Walking is the perfect way to get around downtown Terrace.

Colourful and easy to read maps of the city and nearby suburb Thornhill are available at the Terrace Visitor Centre. But unless visitors plan to relax in town their whole trip, a vehicle is necessary.

Car and RV Travel

Car rentals through Budget Rent A Car and National Car Rental are available in town or at the airport. Most tourist locations even in winter are accessible with any type of vehicle.

Still, to see the best of what the area has to offer, especially during winter, a four-by-four or all-wheel drive vehicle is ideal – get to the ski hill and remote fishing spots, or head down any logging road without fears of getting stuck. When snow is on the ground, winter tires are a must.

RVers can park their vehicles in the parking lot next to the George Little House during the summer.

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Terrace