Northern BC is a vast area, covering more land than the entire country of Sweden. In the west, the port city of Prince Rupert sits nestled among the majestic coast mountains, acting as a gateway to the Pacific Ocean and the incredible islands of Haida Gwaii. To the east, the Rocky Mountains cast their imposing shadow over the land, attracting hikers, mountaineers and ski tourers from far and wide. As you move north towards the Yukon border, the human population becomes sparser and nature rules the land. In between, places like Spatsizi Wilderness Provincial Park contain some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the country. Whether you are looking to fish, camp, ATV, snowmobile, view wildlife or just take in the sights along the region’s many roads, Northern BC offers an abundance of adventure.