Learn more about attractions, guided tours, parks, and more.
Horseback Riding & Ranches
Our mission is to provide safe, fun and affordable horse related experiences to children and adults in the northwest region of British Columbia.
Boating, Wildlife Tours
We offer single day to multi week professionally skippered all inclusive yacht carters for 2-6 guests in two separate private rooms each with their own bath room and shower. From mid May through August we operate on the BC coast. In the off season we offer charters in the San Juan islands of Washington state and BC’s Gulf Islands.
Aquabatics is the regional go-to for everything paddlesports! Whether you are interested in paddling on flatwater or whitewater, Aquabatics has a full range of equipment and accessories to get you paddling. Aquabatics is fully stocked with a comprehensive range of kayaks, paddle boards, canoes and inflatables. The on-site and off-site rental program is popular with both tourists and locals. Our on-water location will make it easy for you to try before you buy.
Spas & Wellness, Bed & Breakfasts
Anuttara Ashram is tucked away in the sacred mountains of the Nass Valley. With 100 acres of ancient old growth forest, water falls, cliffs and sitting right next to the Nass River we provide a quiet oasis for anyone seeking to retreat into the stillness. We provide 3 meals a day along with guided yoga and meditation. Satsangs are given upon request and during high season.
Boating, Sightseeing, Dining & Culinary Tours, Indigenous Culture, Wildlife Tours
Cruise the Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands area aboard Canada’s classic, 92-foot schooner Maple Leaf, 88-foot tugboat Swell, or 134-foot catamaran Cascadia. Learn about the maritime, natural and cultural history of this area by cruising the coastline with your expert guides in the months of spring or autumn.
Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds & RV Parks
The newly redeveloped 40-site Witset RV Park & Campground (formerly known as Moricetown) stands on a plateau surrounded by snow-capped mountains, overlooking the beautiful Widzin Kwah Canyon and conveniently located on the popular Yellowhead Highway 16 circle tour route to Alaska. We are now proudly the first accessible campground in British Columbia
Heli-Skiing & Cat-Skiing
In the world of heli-skiing, the northern Cariboo Mountains and the Canadian Rockies are legendary. An abundance of dry powder, immense open bowls, spectacular glacier skiing and gladed trees await our guests. Crescent Spur fills a unique niche in the heli-skiing market by limiting occupancy to a maximum of 20 guests per week. That leaves over 250 runs in 1,500 square miles of terrain for a maximum of 20 skiers! Our guides and lodge staff are passionate about creating the trip of a lifetime for every guest who joins us throughout the season, and many of our guests come back time and time again.
Museums & Heritage Sites
Huble Homestead is a heritage site located at the base of the historic Giscome Portage. Originally a homestead and fur trading post, the site has been restored to its 1915 condition & is open to the public from May to October for guided tours, lunch and shopping in the General Store. Special events are held throughout the summer featuring blacksmithing and pioneer demonstrations, entertainment, games, and contests for the whole family. Huble Homestead is located 40 km north of Prince George, just off Hwy 97 on Mitchell Road. Admission is by donation.
Fishing, Heli-Skiing & Cat-Skiing, Resorts & Wilderness Lodges
THE SKEENA SALMON LODGE This is the idyllic and stylish LODGE resort for ambitious fly fishers and adventurous heli-skiers in British Columbia/Canada. Over the past few years the Skeena Salmon Lodge has been developed by owners Marcel Schneider and Martin Jäger, the two Swiss visionaries behind this fantastic destination in North Central British Columbia, into a stylish resort fitted with all amenities. This gorgeous lodge is surrounded by wilderness, beautiful woods and endless glacial and mountain landscapes, and is the home of one of the most beautiful and diverse heli-ski regions in the world, White Wilderness Heliskiing. International guests come here to enjoy their passion, deep powder skiing, in a mountain landscape of pristine powder snow. The symbiosis of small group heli-skiing and the stylish, luxurious ambience of the lodge is highly appealing to our ambitious heli-ski clientele. This is reflected in the positive feedback we receive from guests, our strong booking number
Museums & Heritage Sites, Attractions
The Prince Rupert Visitor Centre is located in the Port Interpretive Centre on the ground floor of the Atlin Terminal in the historic Cow Bay district of Prince Rupert. If youre planning a trip anywhere in BC, or are in Prince Rupert visiting yourself, our informative and friendly staff are available to help you discover our nature or help you plan your next destination. The Port Interpretive Centre tells the story of the Port of Prince Rupert. It is a story that stretches from 10,000 years ago — when the area served as a vital trading hub for the Tsmsyen First Nation — to the present, with the rapid growth of the port’s commerce in containers, coal, and grain. A highlight for visitors of all ages is the Interactive Trade Route Simulator, a sensory feature that allows visitors to select a commodity and launch a ship to visualize the supply chain of imports and exports flowing through the Port of Prince Rupert.
Bulkley Adventures is your place to experience the beauty of the Bulkley Valley. From heli access glamping to jet boating and more, we offer you an adventure you won’t forget. Experience the thrill of buzzing past a crystal blue glacier, then land on an alpine ridge for a relaxing and luxurious glamping adventure! Or come experience the rush of cruising through the Bulkley Valley from the river’s perspective. Call to book today!
Adrenalin, Boating, Sightseeing
Northern BC Jet Boat Tours offers a variety of tours ranging from an hour to a full day. We specialize in getting off the beaten path and showcasing some of northwest BC and Central BCs most scenic rivers and waterways. We can customize any tour for your specific needs and group size. We operate out of Terrace, British Columbia and the the Prince George area as well. Let us make your trip one to remember!
Explore town history with the coming of Alcans aluminum smelter in the 1950s, early valley settlement, and Haisla traditional arts and technology. Additional displays feature regional geology, flora, and fauna. The temporary gallery offers changing exhibitions of arts, culture, and history. Visit the Museum Gift Shop for a variety of decorative gifts including aluminum Hoselton sculptures, jewelry, and First Nations design merchandise, local artwork, clothing, and more!