|The Queen Charlotte Islands truly are a place you can relieve your stress
levels and have an enjoyable experience of a lifetime. You can always be
assured of clean, well maintained lodgings while visiting us at the North
end of Graham Island. We are dedicated to making your experience a
Culture The Islands are world renowned for the Haida culture and it's
unique art forms. Works are created in wood, argilite, and precious
metals. In some cases the artist can be watched while at work. There are
numerous gift shops and art galleries selling local art.
Beaches Imagine a beach that stretches from one horizon to the other.
Now imagine that you are the only person on that beach. Look north and
watch an ocean that reaches across one third of the planet. You can be in
serene isolation. Looking south you will see the foot of a forest that has
lasted beyond the existence of man.
Look down and you may find semi-precious stones birthed by Tow Hill, the
ancient volcanic core rising to the east.
Hiking The Islands have many marked trails offering the hiker a wide
variety of challenges and rewards. On longer trails you should carry a
backpack with warm clothing and food. Eco-tours are available are
available. A simple hike is a walk along North Beach or down the first
couple miles of Masset Inlet.
Fishing Few places on earth offer the variety and raw pleasure of
fishing than the Queen Charlotte Islands. Once you have fished our waters
you may be spoiled for fishing anywhere else. The North end of Graham
Island is a fisherman's dreamland; some of the world's largest salmon and
halibut cruise just below the surface. In the salt water shallows of North
Beach you can catch crab or dig for clams. Many easily accessible rivers
offer the whole spectrum of freshwater fishing thrills. Several local
fishing charters are available.
To find out more about Masset and the Queen
Charlotte Islands, including hiking trails, fishing, hunting, and parks see
the links above.