Activities & things to do in Terrace

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Fishing

Welcome to one of the world’s greatest fishing paradises! Freshwater angling adventures are only minutes away from Terrace, offering unparalleled opportunities for salmon, steelhead and trout. Saltwater fishing for halibut, ocean salmon, crabs, etc., are only a short drive away – to either Kitimat and the Douglas Channel or Prince Rupert and the Pacific Ocean.

Hikes and Walks

From the steep, rocky Terrace Mountain Trail located in the heart of the city, to the paved Grand Trunk Pathway there are numerous trails in Terrace for any ability and interest. The challenging Terrace Mountain Trail is a stunning hiking trail located in the heart of Terrace. It offers a steady hike to the top of the mountain which opens up to offer an incredible view of the city below.
Seven Sisters Park and Protected Area

Northwest BC hides a wealth of excellent undeveloped and often completely unclimbed rock. Simply dri

Northwest BC hides a wealth of excellent undeveloped and often completely unclimbed rock. Simply driving along the highway to Prince Rupert, there are at least half a dozen 200 meter cliffs, plus countless smaller bluffs, most of at least some potential for climbing.

Rock Climbing

Northwest BC hides a wealth of excellent undeveloped and often completely unclimbed rock. Simply driving along the highway to Prince Rupert, there are at least half a dozen 200 meter cliffs, plus countless smaller bluffs, most of at least some potential for climbing.

Skiing

More and more people are attracted to Terrace as a base for some of the best skiing the province has to offer. Winter in the Skeena Valley means snow and lots of it. The Onion Lakes Ski trails are a network of cross-country ski trials located roughly half way between Terrace and Kitimat. The recreational area boasts five kilometres of lit trails allowing for both day and night skiing.

Swimming

Many of the lakes in the area are good for swimming. The best lake of all is Lakelse Lake, the largest recreational lake in the area and well used by both locals and visitors.

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