Terrace BC Info
All Terrace residents know the Kermode Spirit Bear.
All visitors to the Terrace-Kitimat Airport will be greeted by
Terrace’s favorite late Kermode Bear;
Unless you are determined and lucky,
Gimpy is probably the only Kermode Bear you’ll see.
But if you’re determined, drive north of Terrace on the gorgeous Nisga’a Highway,
with the first ever Kermode Sighting Map. The Nisga’a Highway is your best chance to see
a Kermode Bear, as well as some awesome picturesque scenery; Lakes, rivers, creeks, waterfalls,
mountains, historic community of Rosswood, culturally rich First Nations communities and
Canada’s youngest volcano and Nisga’a Memorial Lava Beds.
Terrace BC is the hub of Northwestern British Columbia, Canada.
If you don’t mind rain and snow, or if you’re into outdoor recreation, you will love this mountain community.
Terrace is on Highway 16, in the center of the BC Coastal Mountain Range, center of the Great Bear Rainforest.
I will be creating a more thorough review of Terrace BC, for now, here’s some great links to videos and articles
on beautiful and friendly Terrace British Columbia;
Living in Terrace BC;
Terrace British Columbia Lifestyle Video;
Kraft Hockeyville 2009 Winner Announcement “TERRACE”
on CBC Sports Hockey Night in Canada;