Photo: Guy Kimola / Haida Gwaii Photos
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Tlell, population 179, is a small rural community spread out along the east coast of Graham Island, located 43 kilometers north of the ferry terminal at Skidegate. Tlell marks the southeast corner of Naikoon Provincial Park
Beaches and sand dunes are easily accessible along the Tlell River, well known for its excellent fishing opportunities. A trail leads from the Tlell day-use area, just north of the Tlell River Bridge to the remains of the Pesuta, a barge which ran aground in 1928.
There are artisans & galleries, a cafe, a fine choice of quaint accommodation several Bed & Breakfasts, a general store and cattle ranch all in the area. They are all well marked. Look for the signs as you drive along the highway.
Tlell is home to the annual Tlell Fall Fair as well as the Edge of the World Music Festival.
The Edge of the World Music Festival runs for an entire weekend and features internationally renowned musicians and showcases many of Haida Gwaii's own amazing musicians.
- Population - 179
- Elevation - Sea level
- Naikoon Park Visitor Centre
- Grocery Store
- Post Office
- Veterinary Clinic
- Volunteer Fire Department
Tlell Photo Gallery
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