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Beautifully set on the northern Pacific Coast of British Columbia within easy reach of the Queen Charlotte Islands and Ketchikan, Alaska; Prince Rupert is a uniquely accessible outpost set in the natural world. It is also the terminus of the Skeena railway connecting you to Prince George in the interior of British Columbia and then to Jasper, in the heart of the Canadian Rockies.
Wildlife of Prince Rupert
This is a place where eagles, bears, and whales outnumber people and the area has over 10,000 years of First Nations history, clearly evoked in the Museum of Northern British Columbia.
Nearby the Khuzeymateen Provincial Park occupies a beautiful and remote valley that has earned world-wide fame for its prolific population of grizzly bears.