British Columbia Coast: a Fantastic Wilderness Retreat

The North Coast of British Columbia wilderness is a nature lover's retreat, filled with dense forests, rushing streams, snow capped mountains, and deep fjords.



Coastal British Columbia Vancouver
Sparse population: The whole North Coast region (roughly from Queen Charlotte Strait to the Alaska panhandle and inland to the coastal divide) larger than Ohio—has a population of less than 40,000.
PHOTO: FOTOLIA/BRIAN CRESWICK
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For wilderness retreats or summer anchorages, an especially attractive area is the North Coast of British Columbia—a land of snow capped mountains, dense forests, rushing streams and deep fjords.   
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