British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide

In Northern British Columbia, you will find an elusive and stimulating blend of old and new. The region is an artist's inspirational haven rich in history and breathtaking beauty. Northern BC offers its visitors unlimited adventures by foot, by car and by rail, the northern communities are surrounded by an unspoiled masterpiece collection of rivers, valleys and lakes. Discover this world of wilderness, where the northern lights decorate the sky, where the landscapes are the inspiration behind the artists who make their home in the North! Looking for tours featuring First Nations Products? Don't worry in Northern BC, the First Nation's people proudly display their culture in a variety of sites and events within our boundaries, and take much effort to educate others about their culture and heritage. If you take part in this fascinating learning experience, you will be very satisfied and want to come back for more. You will also find museums, studios, galleries and theatres that represent the rich culture of this region.

Northern BC Accommodations

Hyland Creek Bed and Breakfast, Neoma Sampson, Telegraph Creek

Hyland Creek Bed and Breakfast, Neoma Sampson, Telegraph Creek

Hyland Creek Bed and Breakfast is nestled below Blueberry Mountain on a 98 acre property located 4.5 KM past Telegraph Creek, British Columbia, on the Glenora Road

Telegraph Creek, V0J2W0, Glenora Road
Ph. 250-235-3295

(Accommodations, Bed and Breakfast)

Northern BC Things to Do

Haida Heritage Centre, Skidegate

Haida Heritage Centre, Skidegate

Haida Heritage Centre at Kaay Llnagaay

Skidegate, V0T 1S1, 2 Second Beach Road, P.O. Box 1523
Ph. n/a or 250-559-7885

(Artists & Fine Art Artisans, Aboriginal arts/ First Nation, Jewellery, Traditional boat building | First Nations | Galleries/ Exhibits/Shows | Museum | Performing Arts | Workshops/Classes)