Northern British Columbia

Pristine natural beauty, rich history, fascinating Aboriginal culture, genuine people; Northern British Columbia has it all.

With 500,000 square kilometres (193,051 square miles) of space to play, Northern BC boasts premier wildlife viewing and recreation opportunities in more than 60 provincial, national and marine parks and wildlife refuges. It is here in these treasured environments that you’ll bear witness to globally unique eco-systems and cultural heritage treasures.

Experience thundering waterfalls, dinosaur discoveries, whales and grizzly bears, remote hot springs and monumental First Nations art. Put yourself in the picture: fishing in pristine streams, skiing deep powder, hiking scarcely seen alpine or rafting mountain rivers.

Your journey to Northern BC begins the moment you open your mind to the magic of one of the world’s last true wildernesses.

Blaine Estby 
Community Engagement 
Northern BC Tourism
1274 Fifth Avenue
Prince George, BC V2L 3L2
Phone: 250-561-0432 x 4
blaine@nbctourism.com

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