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Get stranded in Prince Rupert, located on a tiny Pacific rain-forest island in northwest BC, a transportation gateway to the north, wildlife sanctuary and home to Canada’s wettest climate. Take a tour and learn about island life: bears go shopping for fish and berries, whales bath in the ocean, sea lions suntan on rocks, and eagles perch in redwood cedars.

Prince Rupert Hotels & Resorts

Let nature be your host at a Prince Rupert hotel, motel, B&B, or resort. Scan the horizon for sunsets, mountains and water from your room on the edge of wilderness where bears, eagles, whales, and birds go about their daily lives like busy bees.

Prince Rupert & Area Skiing

Don’t ‘drown in the powder’ on the way down that big pile of snow just east of Prince Rupert. Ski and snowboard on the ‘Jewel of the Wilds’ where the mountains are high and lift lineups are short.

Prince Rupert Real Estate

Purchase a home or condo in Prince Rupert and make the rainforest your backyard, the ocean your pool and Mother Nature your next-door neighbour. It’s ‘not a thru street’ where Yellowhead Highway meets the Pacific, just north of the Skeena River.

Prince Rupert Restaurants

If the fish aren’t biting, they’re caught and waiting to be served at one of Prince Rupert’s many restaurants. The land of First Nations also has a United Nations of food to choose from: Japanese, Chinese, Italian, and Vietnamese to name a few.

Prince Rupert Attractions

Totem poles, a grizzly bear sanctuary and a well-preserved cannery make Prince Rupert a unique place to visit. Accessing each of these attractions is also half the fun: one by boat, kayak or canoe; another, via helicopter or seaplane; and the last, via car.

Prince Rupert Golf

Finding a golf partner is easy in Prince Rupert, with the many deer, marmots and bald eagles that will join you on your round. The longer daylight hours up north can make for some extra long enjoyment on the golf course.