The numerous rivers in the area make this a fisherman's paradise, with record size Salmon and Steelhead in the nearby Skeena, Kitimat, and Copper River's, and the Douglas Channel also only 30 minutes away.
Cutthroat Trout and Dolly Varden abound.
Backpack, rock climb, hike or mountain bike in this vast wilderness area.
The stunning natural surroundings and the abundance of wildlife, including bears, moose, foxes and wolves, to name a few, offer excellent opportunities for the photography enthusiast.
The area is also the home of more than 215 recorded species of birds, amongst which are eagles, hummingbirds, ducks, trumpeter swans, loons, ospreys and pileated woodpeckers.
Local Area amenities include hot springs, a swimming pool, waterslides, and full dining facilities, certainly an ideal source of fun for the whole family.
The nearby Onion Lake Ski Trails offer excellent cross-country skiing, and for the more adventurous, the
Shames Mountain Ski Resort, voted one of the top ski hills in North America, is only 40 minutes away. This fully developed facility with lodge offers equipment rentals and lessons.
The Skeena Valley Golf & Country Club, with it's spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and glaciers, is certainly well worth a visit, for player's and and non-player's alike.
There are several attractions in the Kitimat and Terrace area which are of interest to both visitors and the local inhabitant's, and all are within relatively easy driving distance.
* 15 minutes to Terrace and the Heritage Park Museum.
* 90 minutes north to the Nass Valley Lava Beds and the Nisga'a Lava Bed Memorial Park.
* 30 minutes south to Kitimat and the world-famous Alcan aluminum smelter.
* 120 minutes east to the K'san Historical Village & Museum.
* 90 minutes west to Prince Rupert - City of Rainbows and the Northern Pacific Cannery museum.
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