This park is a hidden gem nothing short of spectacular. Drive across the vast lava fields, behold the saturated blue ponds, rivers and waterfalls, hear the wolves howl as you camp overnight. This is an unforgettable trip. Bring a supply of drinking water though, as the water pump at the campground has unclean water.
Stop by the stop one and take a picture on your phone of what is at each of the stops. At the campground there is a nice visitors center. Only thing we did not find was the hole from the tree. This was a great day trip. Pack a lunch and feel up the tank before you go. We ended... 更多
Had heard about the lava beds of the Nass Valley but had no idea of the range of the flow. The volcanic eruption occurred about 1775 (dated by a Spanish captain who was in the nearby canal at that time and recorded the eruption and the dead fish in the river the next day). Walk out on the lava and... 更多
Very interesting site with an interesting Nisga story. The guided trip to the cone was enriched by stories and information by the Nisga guide.
The Nishga Memorial Lava Beds Provincial Park is a very unique geologic landscape made from tectonic forces within the earth approximately 270 years ago. The huge amount of molten lava was forced out of a vent cone in the side of a mountain and as it flowed down the narrow valley to the base of a mountain , it dammed... 更多
Never knew it existed. Was great to hear some of the legends and to actually stand where the lava flowed. Beautiful scenery around there and many interesting sites to travel too. Would definitely go back to check out more.
We traveled the Strawberry Cutoff on Hiway 37 Forestry Road to the Nisga'a Lava Fields.The road is a bit rough but our Honda Accord Coupe made it without mishap. We stopped at Dragon Lake for a packed lunch and enjoyed the quiet and beautiful mountainous spot. This campsite has a number of well appointed but basic sites and picnic tables.... 更多
I Love it All. My Husband and I visit here often for many reasons. The Views, the Wildlife, the Birds, the People and even the Smell! If you go in early Spring/Summer, the aroma is quite Amazing. A Great time of year to visit also if you want to see Bears everywhere. As they are often feeding by the side... 更多
I'll keep this short, since the last two reviews (and probably others--I read only the last two) are very helpful. It's a fascinating and eerie landscape. The highway (113) is fine to New Aiyansh and to the Cultural Centre. It's okay between Nass Camp and Cranberry Junction. Unlike the previous reviewer, I'd go that route instead of re-tracing my steps.... 更多
Who knew that you could find a lava bed flow in this region of Northern BC? I was certainly surprised when I first saw the lava rocks back in 2012 on our way to Stewart from Terrace. Warning: Don't follow Google Maps suggestion of this route if you're going from Terrace to Stewart - the later (Northern) stretch of Nisga'a... 更多