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Wander through the ancient rainforests amidst the giant Sitka Spruce and Red Cedar - Photo: Guy Kimola

Haida Gwaii is the only place in northern BC where travellers can surf the North Pacific. While the waves are best between October and May, Masset's North Beach produces swell year round - Photo: Guy Kimola

Haida Gwaii's experienced tour operators will help you to explore the islands from the remote west coast to popular attractions such as Tow Hill, the Blow Hole and the Golden Spruce Trail - Photo: Guy Kimola

We've got a selection of camping locations just right for you - forest sites thick with carpets of moss, rustic beach campsites and comfortable campgrounds with showers and hook-ups - Photo: Flavien Mabit

Explore our popular rainforest and beach walks such as the Pesuta Shipwreck Trail, the Golden Spruce Trail and Spirit Lake Trail - Photo: Flavien Mabit

Visit ancient Haida village sites in the world-renowned Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site - Photo: Flavien Mabit

The Rennell Sound area offers exceptional wilderness camping and short trails for accessing remote west coast beaches - Photo: Alexander A MacDonald

The Pesuta Shipwreck Trail will lead you along East Beach to the scenic remains of the Pesuta, a log ship that ran aground in 1928 - Photo: Alexander A MacDonald

North Beach is known for its beachcombing and food gathering opportunities as well as surfing and other water sports. Plan for a day at the beach and visit nearby attractions such as Tow Hill and the Blow Hole - Photo: Guy Kimola

Agate Beach is adjacent to North Beach and is famous for... you got it....agates. Oceanfront campsites and a picnic shelter are located at this popular beach - Photo: Guy Kimola

Visit the award-winning Haida Heritage Centre and Museum at Second Beach in Skidegate - Photo: Guy Kimola

Experience the west coast at Bonanza Beach -Photo: Raven Ann Potschka


Avid Sportfishing




Toll Free: 1-877-770-2843


Box 190 – 360 Mountain Ash Dr
Sandspit, BC
V0T 1T0


Situated on the Northeast tip of Moresby Island, Copper Bay Lodge is the perfect place to relax after a day out fishing. Even though the lodge is just a 10 minute drive from the town of Sandspit, it has a very remote wilderness setting. Surrounded by rainforest and resting on the edge of Hecate Strait the lodge has beaches that stretch for miles in either direction. It is a truly unique location unlike any other found on the islands of Haida Gwaii. There are 6 spacious guest rooms with 4 bathrooms to share between them.

This is the only area on the British Columbia coast that can boast excellent fishing for migratory Chinook Salmon from May through to September. In fact this is our target species throughout our entire four month season. The Chinook here are strong and in the best shape of their lives averaging 20 to 40 pounds. Every single year Chinook Salmon over 50 pounds are landed by lucky anglers on Haida Gwaii`s west coast. The rugged backdrops, pristine natural environment and abundant runs of Chinook and Coho salmon make this place a incredible fishermen’s paradise. Nowhere else on the BC coast is salmon fishing experienced in such a dramatic setting as the west coast of Haida Gwaii.


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Haida Gwaii Tourism

Haida Gwaii Destination Marketing Organization
email: | telephone: 250-559-8050

Queen Charlotte Visitor Info Centre

open year round
email: | telephone: 250-559-8316

Masset Visitor Centre

open in the summers
email: | telephone: 250-626-3982

Port Clements Visitor Centre

open in the summers
email: | telephone: 250-557-4576

Sandspit Visitor Information Centre

open in the summers
email: | telephone: 250-637-5362

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