Massive moss-draped cedar and Sitka spruce tower above the Haida people’s ancient carved poles and fallen longhouses on the lush rainforest islands of Gwaii Haanas. Skies fill with bald eagles, bears scavenge salmon on wild beaches and the ocean teems with breaching whales, porpoises and sea lions. Experience a rich, remote landscape and seascape steeped in spirituality, protected by Parks Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Haida who draw cultural inspiration from the land and waters of their ancestors.
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Our peak visitor season is from June through September.
Free admission for youth. Other fees still apply.
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In the winter of 2018, a hurricane force windstorm event blew down over a hundred trees at SG̱ang Gwaay Llnagaay. Massive tree roots were upended, which lifted ancient floorboards of longhouses and exposed invaluable cultural artifacts and seed banks. The blowdown damage provided an exciting opportunity to delve deeper into the history of the village, and to breathe Haida environmental and cultural stewardship into this landscape.