Haida Gwaii Parks and Places

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short 15 minute trail located on Moresby Island near Sandspit explores the forests along the coastline of the island navigating around deadfall and through large trees. The wooded route leads to a look-out peering over Skidegate Inlet with rock cliffs and pulsating surge channels below.
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Sandspit
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The Mayer Lake Picnic Grounds is an ideal area for swimming, family picnics, relaxing, fishing and launching a boat or canoe
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Tlell
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The trail is moist and is made of mostly hard packed earth. In the spring and fall months the trail is muddy and could be washed out in areas near the creek. Much of the trail weaves in and out of the trees, stepping over roots and side stepping deadfall.
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Sandspit
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Gore Brook Trail, one of the many community trails in the Village of Queen Charlotte, is a moderate 1.6 kilometer hike through lush ferns, mosses and cedar trees.
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Top of 9th Street
Queen Charlotte
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Wide open sandy, pebbled beaches spilling over with driftwood along the northern coastline of Graham Island. North Beach makes up a big portion of the 100s of kms of beaches available to explore in the Naikoon Provincial Park.
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Masset
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A small recreational site tucked away along some logging roads west of Queen Charlotte City on Graham Island. The park area opens up to a large bay with pebbled, sandy beaches looking out onto the large, Lina and smaller, Meyer Island.
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Honna Road
Queen Charlotte City
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Charlie Hartie Creek is a short out and back trail located at the top of 6th street, off 1st Ave.
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1st Ave
Queen Charlotte
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A Haida Gwaii park includes sandy beaches, rolling sand dunes, forested old growth hiking trails, wetlands, bogs, rock cliffs, marine tidal pools, viewing look-outs, historical shipwrecks, forests populated with wildlife.
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Highway 16
Tlell
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Old Growth Alley interpretive route is a difficult trail located along Highway 16, a few minutes south of Crow's Nest store
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A 10.2 kilometer loop trail providing nice views of Hecate Strait and Skidegate Inlet.
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The Simpson Tower Trail is a 1.7km (one-way) out and back route in the Delkatla Nature Sanctuary. It runs parallel to Cemetery Road for much of its length.
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Cemetery Rd
Masset, BC
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A once tall, vibrant Golden Spruce Tree stood on the banks of the Yakoun River near Port Clements on Graham Island in Haida Gwaii. The tree attracted many visitors to the shores of the Yakoun so to view the magical golden "freak of nature" - The Golden Spruce Tree.
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Bayview Ave
Port Clements
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The 3-6 days spent hiking along muddy trails, wooden bridges, climbing over deadfall trees, trekking along sandy and pebbled beaches provides lots of opportunity to discover spanning ocean views, historical shipwrecks and Haida Ancient Village Sites.
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Highway 16
Masset
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The bird sanctuary draws many to the west coast to view the 140 or so bird species who visit yearly. Seasons play a big part as birds are migratory. Spring, summer, fall and winter all bring different wildlife guests to the Delkatla Wildlife Sanctuary.
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Trumpeter Drive
Masset
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Found along the Port Man Forest Service Road just east of the Mamin River, this is a 400 metre one-way crescent-shaped trail that leads you through the woods and across a creek to an unfinished Haida canoe.
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Port Clements

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