Northern British Columbia

Dominated by the Skeena Valley, Northern BC is indeed wild and remote. Most visitors will arrive from Vancouver Island via the stunningly beautiful Inside Passage ferry and then drive or take the train through to Jasper.

Stay awhile as the scenery in Northern BC is outstanding, and home to many of Canada’s indigenous experiences and a fantastic place to emerge yourself in native culture. The area has some of the best fishing in the world and the Great Bear Rainforest is home to the greatest numbers of grizzly bears on the planet.

Why should I visit Northern British Columbia?

If rugged scenery and wild, remote forests are of interest, then northern BC should definitely be on your list. From the splendour of the Inside Passage on the coast to the Great Bear Rainforest, Khutzeymateen and Tweedsmuir Provincial Parks, this area is renowned for wilderness, forests and grizzly bears.