Masset, Haida Gwaii BC, Canada is located on the northern end of Graham Island. New Masset is the main service centre for the north end, and home to a marina. Old Masset is the heart of First Nations culture, traditions and art. Everything else, outside the Village of Masset, is one big adventure exploring great parks, trails and beaches.
Activities most enjoyed in Masset, BC and the surrounding areas include hiking, beachcombing, sports fishing, crabbing, bird watching (birding), rock hounding, wilderness camping, boating, sailing, sea kayaking, canoeing, biking and golfing.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing park, lake and trail destinations located in and around Masset, British Columbia on Haida Gwaii include the Tow Hill Hiking Trail, Naikoon Provincial Park, Pesuta Shipwreck Hiking Trail, North Beach, East Beach Hiking Trail, Cape Fife Trail, Pure Lake Provincial Park, Agate Beach, and the Blow Hole.
The most visited sightseeing attractions, art galleries, historical sites and cultural venues in and around Masset include the Haida First Nation Totem Poles, Delkatla Wildlife Sanctuary, Dixon Entrance Maritime Museum and the many art galleries.
Travel services important to travelers in and around the community of Masset, Haida Gwaii includes accommodations (motels, inns, vacation homes, cottages, lodges, bed and breakfast, rental suites, hostels), tours, guides, campgrounds, pub, restaurants, gas station, gift stores, liquor stores, grocery stores, coffee shops, cell service, internet, ATM and transportation services including taxi, and bus.