Tatshenshini River


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Stikine Region, British Columbia



Tatshenshini-Alsek is considered to be one of the most magnificent river systems on earth, and forms the basis of the British Columbia provincial park that bears its name. Wilderness, backcountry or walk-in camping is allowed, but no facilities are provided. Despite the great diversity of life found in the Tatshenshini, existence for its inhabitants can be a fragile one. Winters are long, the growing season is short and damaged vegetation rehabilitates slowly. This is one reason why no motorized vehicles are allowed off the highway, except in the winter when snowmobiling is allowed within a specified area. Visitors are asked to take special care to minimize impact on the landscape. Please pack out your litter and plan any camping or campfires so there is no evidence of your passage. This will ensure that future travelers will experience the same wilderness that you do.

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Lat: 59.91242 Lng: -136.804976

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User 62216

We stay here one night, no overnight sign. Really quiet and nice place.Be careful with food there's bears. Please keep your garbage with you and let this place clean. That would be a pity if we couldn't stay here anymore


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