British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide
A great way to see Terrace is by air. Do not hesitate taking this Mountain scenic aerial tour! There are also many wonderful ways of seeking out adventure on land as well though. No matter what the weather is like a first time experience at the local hot springs resort is sure to delight and rejuvenate any traveler! And if visitors wish to really experience the outdoors on foot they can indulge in light or high powered hiking trails, skating, skiing, or take a round on the golf course!

Trail is a community in British Columbia which is situated along the Grand Trunk Pacific railway and Howe Creek and Terrace Mountain Trails.

The community is also involved in the forestry and milling business and produces over 50,000 cedar poles used as telephone communication and electrical power poles.

Population: 13,327

Chance to see the unusual white Kermode bear at Lakelse Lake Provincial Park
Salmon spawning in Williams Creek
Red Sand Lake Demonstration Forest
Nisga'a Memorial Lava bed
Heritage Park
Kleanza Creek Provincial Park
Reaction ferry at the village of Usk
House of Sim-Oi-Ghets (traditional First Nations style featuring local native crafts)
Terrace Public Art Gallery
Sawmill tours
Deep Creek Fish Hatchery tours
The George Little House (a historic museum)
Nisga'a Memorial Lava Bed Provincial Park
The Nisga’a Memorial Lava Bed Park, approximately 80 km north along Kalum Lake Road, home to Canada’s youngest volcano, erupted and resulted in damming lakes, shifting rivers and killing several hundred Nisga’a people. Today, it lay dormant.

Over 5,000 years ago, the area around Terrace was one of the most densely populated areas of North America, north of Mexico. There were nearly seven various tribes of the Tsimshian First Nation that inhabited the area. The two nearest where Terrace is today were, Kitsumkalum and Kitselas. These nations depended on hunting, fishing and social gatherings for survival. Today, Kitselas Canyon and the village of Kitsumkalum provide information about the areas rich First Nation’s History!

Over one hundred years ago, George Little, of Ontario, made his way by snowshoe and riverboat to his dream land, which he named Terrace in reference to the geography He began building a sawmill to help in the production of the railway ties for the C.N.R railway. Today, Heritage Parks gives visitors a glimpse of Terrace’s earlier settlers.

Summer average 19 degrees Celsius
Winter average - 0 degrees Celsius


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