Haida Gwaii Parks and Places

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Access Regier Lake Trail on 3rd Avenue in Queen Charlotte. This is a steep hike, but is full of rewarding views + a tranquil lake
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3rd Ave
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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The Tow Hill Hiking Trail is a short 15-30 minute trek (approx. 1 km - .6 mi. one way) through coastal forests comprised of ferns, deadfall and salal all the way to the summit of Tow Hill and a lookout deck.
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Tow Hill Road
Masset
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A wilderness trail following a creek through wet, moist forests, passing by thick clumps of ferns and piles of deadfall. The trail is a short, easy grade trail that leads to the coastline and Secret Cove.
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School Road
Sandspit
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Short out-and-back beach access trail located at the end of Andrews Place Road in Tlell
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Andrews Place Road
Tlell
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The St. Mary Spring Trail near Skidegate BC is a short single track climb up the side of a hill to some views of Hecate Strait.The significance of the trail is the drinking fountain, the Madonna wooden carving and the legendary words.
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Spirit Lake Trail should take between 1.5 to 2.5 hours to complete. The trail is well maintained and ends with a loop around the lake.
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A short, short trail leads from the picnic area to a rocky, pebbled beach. At low tide more of the large rocks become exposed, exposing the beach thus creating more room to walk the rocks while beachcombing.
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Sandspit
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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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The Sleeping Beauty Trail is the best known rainforest trail in an area of many trails. The trail is very vertical with plenty of opportunity for stair climbing, rope climbing and depending on the seasons, trekking though mud and navigating around wash-outs.
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Honna Road Forestry Service Road
Queen Charlotte City
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User-maintained trail located just off Highway 16, across from the Canada Parks offices. You will notice the worn trailhead sign near a "no overnight camping" sign.
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Wiggins Road Trail is accessible at the end of Wiggins Rd. The trail is not formally maintained, but remains a popular fishing spot for locals. The trail also connects to the Anvil Trail.
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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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The 1 1/2 hour return hike starts opposite the Anvil Trail - Mariners Point Parking Lot found on Hwy 16 south of the Naikoon Park Headquarters. The Anvil Trail parking lot is a treat as it is right on the ocean providing fantastic views of Mariners Point!
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Hwy 16
Tlell
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One of the larger accessible fresh water lakes on Moresby Island in the Haida Gwaii Islands Archipelago. The lake, as well as Mosquito Lake, is a popular destination for fishing, canoeing and swimming.
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Sandspit

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