Now that you're here, what is there to do?
Haida Gwaii is famous for fishing, cultural experiences and annual celebrations/events. Photographers will be kept busy by the abundant plants and wildlife. Endemic creatures such as black bear found nowhere else make for an incredible opportunity for the wildlife enthusiast.
If you'd like more information about any of the areas/events you see here, feel free to ask us. Or, the Guide to Haida Gwaii (available online for viewing or downloading here) has information on all the events, centres, hikes, and sights around the islands. Plan your visit accordingly.
Things to do:
Plenty of hiking trails through fantastic old growth stands and enchanting moss forests. Some of our favourites are:
- Tow Hill, the Blowhole, and Agate Beach - Masset
- Spirit Lake and the lookout trail - Skidegate
- Sleeping Beauty mountain hike - Queen Charlotte area
- Hike to the Pesuta shipwreck - Tlell
Whether you want to try your hand at flyfishing in one of the many rivers or reel in a 40 lb chinook on the rugged West Coast, ask and we can help you find a guide suited to your interests. Fishing licenses are required and can be purchased online from www.fishing.gov.bc.ca/.
- River fishing for trout and steelhead
- Salt-water fishing for salmon and halibut
- Try your hand at crabbing in North Beach
You can also try mountain biking, surfing, photography, or beachcombing - the possibilities are endless!
Annual events and celebrations - check the Guide to Haida Gwaii or contact the Visitor Information Centre to confirm dates.
- Hospital Days
- Skidegate Days
- Music Festival
- Tlell Fall Fair
- Haida Heritage Centre at Kaay Llnagaay anniversary celebration
- Logger Sports Day
There's something for everyone on beautiful Haida Gwaii!
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