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.
A swimming and picnicking fresh water lake destination park on Graham Island, in between Masset Village and Port Clements Village. It is a popular destination to relax, swim, picnic, play in the sand, kayak or canoe.
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.
The 4 Corners Trail, located within Naikoon Provincial Park, was originally an old settler wagon road established to access parcels of land and homesteads. Today, it is mossy and overgrown, but the early part of the trail makes for a nice hike.
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.
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.