Princess Louisa Inlet is a granite-walled gorge cut by an ice-glacier
millions of years ago. Massive mountains of the area rise out of the
water to heights of 2100 metres (7000 feet). The waters of the inlet
rise and fall with the tide, often to depths of 300 metres (1000 feet)
and never over 800 metres (0.5 mile). In the spring the melting snow
creates impressive waterfalls that cascade down the sides of these massive
James F. MacDonald sailed the waters of the inlet. So struck by its
beauty was MacDonald that he bought the surrounding areas in 1926 and
later preserved it by turning it into an international non-profit society
held by an equal number of Canadian and American trustees. The society
later turned it over to the Government of the Province of British Columbia
who in turn turned it into a provincial park.
park is accessible only by boat or aircraft. It is located off of
Inlet which branches inland off of the Strait of Georgia.
FACILITIES & ACTIVITIES
campsites are provided with toilets and picnic shelters nearby. Mooring
buoys, boat and dinghy docks are provided. Walking trails provide
access to nearby scenic features.
Information & Services
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