Naikoon Provincial Park, BC V0T, Canada

Naikoon Provincial Park offers a mild climate, dramatic coastline and a wild landscape you’d be hard pressed to find elsewhere in the province. This area is the traditional territory of the Haida Nation; their presence is felt through every mile and Naikoon still holds cultural and spiritual importance. There are a few notable highlights in the park. No visit is complete without hiking Tow Hill to admire unobstructed ocean views. Or, set out along the popular Blow Hole Boardwalk. If the conditions are right, this burst of saltwater can reach as high as 7 metres. Naikoon is also home to the Pesuta Shipwreck which is accessed by a 10-km (total) in-and-out trail. Access the north end of the park from Masset or Tlell in the south. Visit Canada. Epic Canada Route © Monika Newbound

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