Salmon BBQ

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One of the nights we have the local first nations community provide a Salmon BBQ for the group.  We host this on an island in the middle of the Skeena River where the only thing that bothers  us are the Moose.

Port Essington Photo Opportunities

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Port Essington is another stop on our Jet Boat Photography and Ghost Towns of Northwest BC programs.  It is a remote historic that is difficult to access and coordinate.  It is located on the lower Skeena River which is impacted by 16ft tides  which makes the launching of boats and planning of activities very important.  The jet boat ride on … Read More

Anyox Dam

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The 44 metre high, 207 – metre long concrete dam on Anyox Creek was built in 1924 to power a copper mine and smelter, and abandoned in 1935. In the mid 1920′s the town of Anyox was a thriving community of over 3,000, with each home supported by electricity and hot water from the hydroelectric plant. In the early 1920s … Read More

Welcome

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Welcome to the site of UNBC Continuing Studies’ Experiential Tourism blog! I’m Rob Bryce and I want to share with you my knowledge of Northern BC and my passion for adventure. Come along with me on some of the most exclusive trips in Northern British Columbia! As a coordinator for Continuing Studies at UNBC, one of my true pleasures is … Read More