British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide
Once a busy logging centre serving the expanding needs for lumber and railway construction, its population is now about 400 and is equipped with schools, hotels, restaurants and several campgrounds.

Wildlife in the area is abundant and includes white-tailed deer, whose large paintbrush-like tail flashes from side to side as it bounds through stands of larch and fir. There are also elk, bear and moose. Visitors to the area can enjoy camping and hiking at beautiful Yahk Provincial Park on the banks of the Moyie River. Fishing is good for cutthroat and dolley varden trout.

Gorgious Lake Moyie Provincial Park sits at the eastern fringes of the Purcell Mountains, which are known for their exceptional alpine meadows.

The nearby town of Moyie has structures still standing from its mining past and is situated with stunning views of Lake Moyie.


Yahk Accommodations

Yahk Things to Do