The Great Wilderness is a land of extraordinary scale, where magnificent natural wonders and diverse wildlife share the land with its original and ongoing stewards, the Indigenous Peoples. It’s an invitation to wilderness adventurers who seeks something greater than themselves.
The Great Wilderness covers the northernmost area of British Columbia, from the coast mountain range in the west to the Alberta border in the east, from Highway 16 across the middle of the province to the Yukon border in the north.
Gateways to an adventure in The Great Wilderness include:
Travellers interested in exploring the whole area will enjoy travelling the Great Northern Circle Route.
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