Exploring Haida Gwaii & Visiting Skedans Village Vlog

Good day,

I was recently in Haida Gwaii and made a post about it here. Besides that I also made two full videos that represented my time there. This is the first video and it’s the journey from the Prince Rupert ferry all the way to The Ancient Skedans Village on Louise Island. What a place, what a day, what memories.

I love this video and I believe it gives you a good idea of what to expect should you make the decision to go visit Haida Gwaii. We teamed up with Moresby Explorers at their base camp in the Cumshewa Inlet on Moresby Island. Our guide was great, the scenery was stunning and the weather was wonderful. I seriously couldn’t have asked for a better day to do such a trek.

I hope this video gives you a glimpse of what the experience was like…

I’m here with the Explore BC Project, to learn more visit the Tourism BC Facebook Page and look up #ExploreBC on Twitter.

I’m writing this from The Logpile Lodge outside Smithers, BC. It’s so peaceful I fell asleep at 9pm yesterday, seriously.

Tips hat,

2 Comments

  1. Larissa

    July 17, 2012 at 3:50 pm

    What an awesome video, definitely felt like I was right there with you guys. Technology is great. I just can’t get over how remote and peaceful it is up there, I want to be on that green boat you guys passed. Wonder how long it would take me to sail there from Sweden. Or fly. Where is the closest international airport?

    • Rob

      July 18, 2012 at 8:00 am

      Probably take forever to sail, if you make it. I think the nearest international is Vancouver but I could most certainly be wrong. I’d like to do some type of exploring up there, maybe even a long canoe trip. Who am I kidding, I just want to go fishing everyday. It’s definitely a unique place worth visiting.

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