Awed by the sledding and sights of Stewart, B.C. and the Kitimat-Stikine region
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Stewart, B.C., the single name and two letters following make me giddy just thinking about finally seeing what I’ve heard and dreamed about so much. The drive up was filled with slices of Indigenous culture, glimpses at the rich Gold Rush history and a tease of the mountains waiting for us to explore within BC’s Kitimat-Stikine region.
Road trip stops
Skeena Bakery, New Hazelton: All great road trips start with coffee, but what’s better than just coffee? A coffee and freshly baked road snacks, and to top it off, the fact that the Skeena Bakery is a non-profit organization.
‘Ksan Historical Village: At the confluence of the Bulkley and Skeena rivers you’ll find a pristine Gitxsan village replica from centuries past. In winter, the longhouses glow against the white snow and showcase the traditional artwork adorning each building. Totem poles are staggered throughout the village and its authenticity is sure to inspire a connection to the place and the people.
Getting here is easy via the Northwest Regional Airport. There are daily flights to Terrace from Vancouver with a variety of airlines.
Check out more about the region at Kermodei Tourism.
Learn about all the experiences to be found in the Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine.
Through winter 2018 SnowSeekers has once again teamed up with our #SkiNorthBC partners and contributors to bring you #SkiNorthBC 2.0 - another season of exceptional video, photo and stories set to inspire you to #ExporeBC via a #SkiNorthBC adventure. Read on…