Diving into Northern B.C.’s snow-loving culture


Our SkiNorthBC Expedition kicked off in Terrace, B.C. But before I even landed, I got some insights into the place I was about to visit, because my seat mate on the plane was a Terrace local. As soon as I told him it was my first time there, he lit up and began to tell me all the things I needed to see and experience. His stories got me pumped to find out more about this small city of about 13,000 people nestled along the Skeena River in the Cariboo Region. As we landed he pointed out his below and I could tell the immense pride he had about his hometown. Embrace winter in the North. Plan your trip to Terrace… I was ready for my Northern B.C. adventure to begin.

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Learn about the Kitselas Nation at Kitselas Canyon

Long before this area was known for its recreational opportunities, it was home to the Kitselas people, a tribe of the Tsimshian Nation, who’ve lived in the area for thousands of years. I wanted to find out more meet some people from the community. Read more: http://bit.ly/2l47h4g

My first time cross-country skiing

It didn’t take long to learn that Terrace is a haven for outdoor activities and one of the favorite things to do is clipping on those skinny boards and cross-country skiing. Read more: http://bit.ly/2l47h4gStay at Skeena River House B&B

The minute I walked into Skeena River House, I felt at home. That’s probably because it is the family home of the couple who own and operate it. Their down to earth manner and welcoming smiles felt as warm as the fire crackling in the corner. Read more: http://bit.ly/2l47h4gShames Mountain: Deep. Fluffy. Snow.

I had no idea what a treat I was in for when I got to Shames Mountain. Deep. Fluffy. Snow. That’s what greeted us on our trip to this community hub about 35 km outside of Terrace. Read more: http://bit.ly/2l47h4g

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