Northwest BC is home to many Indigenous Nations that have a rich cultural history here. Surrounded by Nisga’a, Gitxsan, Wet’suwet’en and Haisla territories Terrace sits alongside the Tsimshian villages of Kitsumkalum and Kitselas. There is a wide range of Indigenous tourism experiences close by. Skeena Spey is just 5km from the National Historic site of Kitselas Canyon, and a scenic 2 hour drive through the lava beds and hot springs of the Nass up to the Nisga’a Museum
Art & History
The Nisga’a Museum boasts a stunning array of exquisitely carved masks, headdresses, jewellery, bentwood boxes and other remarkable works of art. The drive to the museum is a highlight of the area. Be sure to check out the Nisga’a auto tour if you make the journey. The totem poles upstream at Kitwanga and Kitselas are a popular attraction with our guests. The longhouses at Kitselas Canyon are an experience you don’t want to miss. Carvings of stone and wood, metalwork and glass engraving, painting, fibre arts and beadwork come to life as you learn about the history of the Canyon and the Kitselas people that have inhabited for over 5000 years.
Guided Fly Fishing trips
Whether you’re here in Terrace for a day on business or for a week of pleasure, we have a guided fly fishing option for you.
Come home to the Skeena River. Relax in our our cozy cabins and enjoy gourmet, home style meals in our riverside lodge.
Spey Fishing School
Whether you’re looking for casting lessons, or interested in a new fly pattern, our skilled staff is here to help.