Masset is located at the northern end of Graham Island. The small village is the northern gateway to North Beach and Naikoon Provincial Park, famous for its hiking trails, bird-watching opportunities, and the world-renowned Haida artists in the area.
Top things to do
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Discover local history and art
Learn about the Indigenous history of the area and marvel at the totem poles in Old Massett, or visit a Haida carver studio.
Queen Charlotte City is a charming fishing village situated on the shores of the Skidegate Inlet, on the Southern end of Graham Island. Explore the area's beautiful natural surroundings, visit shops and galleries, or head out on a guided tour.
Relax in the port of Prince Rupert—located on Kaien Island—equipped with all the amenities you need, and the perfect place to unwind before or after your ferry journey. During your visit, make sure you take a life-changing wildlife adventure to see resident orcas, humpbacks and grizzly bears.
Travel to the north of Vancouver Island to the active community of Port Hardy—providing lots of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors all year long, or somewhere to simply relax before boarding the ferry to travel to northern British Columbia.