Filled with vast wilderness, craggy mountain peaks, forested valleys, alpine meadows, rugged coasts, glacial lakes, and, not to mention, a mini-Grand Canyon, Northern British Columbia’s diverse topography is what makes it, and its cabin rentals, so unique. Much of the province’s north is preserved and protected by national and provincial parks and nature reserves, which provide habitat for wildlife, in addition to walking, hiking and biking trails in the summer, and cross-country skiing and snowmobiling tracks in the winter. The region is also renowned for its freshwater and saltwater fishing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and white-water rafting. After working up an appetite exploring the parks’ many offerings, be sure to sample the local produce, wild game, and fresh seafood of the various northern communities: try bison in Fort St. John, moose in Telkwa, and sushi in Prince Rupert. Then take the ferry to the beautiful Queen Charlotte Islands/Haida Gwaii to learn about the history and way of life of the Haida people or head into Prince George or Smithers to experience arts and culture. Northern British Columbia cabin rentals provide visitors with a unique and authentic opportunity to discover the landscapes, wildlife, and activities of the province’s wild north.+ More
Cabin Rentals in Northern British Columbia
Northern British Columbia Vacation Rentals, Cottages & More!