North Vancouver Island
Remote, wild, and breathtaking are all great words to describe the unique landscapes that can be found in North Vancouver Island. With a rugged expanse of terrain stretching from Campbell River to the far northwest tip of Cape Scott Provincial Park, this beautiful place is perfectly suited to serve as a playground for outdoor enthusiasts who love to explore pristine, untapped wilderness.
While hiking is the best way to experience the mountain peaks and vast forests of this region by foot, other popular modes of exploration include kayaking or canoeing the many lakes, rivers, and long stretches of coastline that characterize North Vancouver Island. Whether you are aiming to visit the region to explore its diverse wildlife on a whale watching or bear spotting expedition, hike the lengthy expanse of the North Coast Trail, or simply experience a different part of beautiful British Columbia, there are plenty of different avenues to get you out exploring the vast wilderness that is North Vancouver Island.Read More