Estuary Rice Roots

Rob BryceJet Boat Photography, UNBC Experiential Tourism Program1 Comment

Northern Rice-Root or Fritillaria camschatcensis is a small lily that grows in the coastal estuaries of northwest BC. The plant is nutritionally similar to the potato, which displaced traditional root vegetables in Aboriginal diets after being introduced by European settlers. Grizzly bears find them tasty and will dig them where possible.  The small rice kernels that make up the bulb … Read More

Ghosts Towns of Northwest BC Highlight Video

Rob BryceGhost Towns of Northwest BC, UNBC Experiential Tourism Program0 Comments

This compilation of video ( aerial) and photos will cover off the highlights of last years tour to Five remote Northwest BC Ghost Towns.  Anyox, Alice Arm, Kitsault, Dorreen and Port Essington.  Don’t miss out on this opportunity to visit ( and sleep in three) ghost towns in 5 days in some of Northwest BC’s most scenic and remote locations. … Read More

Kitselas Canyon

Rob BryceJet Boat Photography, UNBC Experiential Tourism Program0 Comments

The Skeena River is a photographers dream as it can be sunny and beautiful out or misty with cloud draped mountains.  One of the days on the tour we explore the  Skeena River above Terrace and the mighty Kitselas Canyon and home of the Kitselas First Nation.  The canyon was has one of the most difficult parts of the river … Read More