The Bella Coola Valley is a perfect place to spend your vacation.
Relax with a fishing line in hand, explore a hiking trail, drift a river, hire a guide to watch wildlife, tour the petroglyphs, go horseback riding, mountain biking, air-touring, heli-hiking & swim among salmon.
This valley has a temperate climate that encompasses the Coast Mountains, glacial rivers and inland regions.
Yet because Bella Coola lies 100km inland from the outer Pacific, it has much less rainfall than the coast. July through September tend to be dry and sunny.
Journeying to the Bella Coola Valley is an adventure.
The art of Bella Coola is known throughout the world as among the finest examples of artisan craftsmanship in woodcarving & ceremonial dress. Museums all over the world house Bella Coola art. The First Nations Nuxalk people (pronounced Nu-hawk) date back 10,000 years.
You owe it to yourself to visit local galleries, museum & culture landmarks.
Accommodation is welcoming with campgrounds and RV locations, small hotels & motels, family-run inns, woodsy cabins/cottages & charming bed & breakfasts.
A Visit to Bella Coola Valley is about Escaping the Hectic Pace & Embracing the Great Outdoors.
Let the Adventures Begin!
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