Gwaii Haanas National Park

SGang G'waay, Gwaii Haanas National Park, British Columbia, Canada (© Joel W. Rogers/Corbis)Gwaii Haanas National Park, one of Canada’s great treasures,   encompasses the lower portion of  Haida , the remote Pacific islands formerly known as the Queen Charlottes.  Among the attractions in Gwaii Haanas is SGang G’waay (Anthony Island), a World  Heritage-designated historic Haida village today guarded by Haida Watchmen who   welcome visitors and explain their rich culture. At nearby Hot Springs Island,  adventurers can relax in hot mineral water pooled just above the restless ocean   — one of the few such sites on Earth. With no road access and no commercial services, Gwaii Haanas is best visited by using one of the wilderness tour operators licensed to travel in the park.

Text by Eric Lucas; photo editing by Connie Ricca.

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