Port of Prince Rupert
Prince Rupert is the deepest
port in North America. It serves as Canada's gateway to Alaska
and the Queen Charlotte Islands. Don't miss the totems of the
Haida and Tsimpsean Indians in the beautiful city parks with
spectacular views of the Pacific.
on Kaien Island on British Columbia's north coast, Prince Rupert
quickly impresses visitors with its rich culture, unique north
coast fishing history and spectacular coastal environment.
It has the allure
of the natural environment that is the north coast's greatest
asset. Surrounding the city you will find some of the most breath-taking
scenery anywhere, as water, rainforest, mountains and fresh
air meet. On the water you will find the north coast at its
most impressive. The coastline is alive with wildlife, waterfalls,
sandy white beaches, hot springs and the haunting remains of
many a ghost town. The north coast is so vast it is home to
Canada's only Grizzly Bear Sanctuary in the Khutzeymateen.