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Woss Lake Provincial Park

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Woss Lake Park is a very steep, forested, seldom visited wilderness area. It contains elk populations, a salmon fishery, and potentially a marmot habitat. The park is dominated by Rugged Mountain and the glaciers and snowfields of its north-facing slopes. The park offers spectacular lake and mountain scenery, with opportunities for hiking, mountaineering, skiing, snowboarding, and camping.

The park is situated south of the community of Woss and the Nimpkish Valley on northeastern Vancouver Island.

This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.

Location: Woss British Columbia

Other British Columbia Provincial Parks nearby:
(Zeballos) Artlish Caves Provincial Park
(Nootka Sound) Bligh Island Provincial Park
(Kyuquot) Brooks Peninsula Provincial Park
(Woss) Claud Elliott Lake Provincial Park
(Zeballos) Dixie Cove Provincial park
(Port McNeill) Lower Nimpkish Provincial Park

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08/26 Coming to The Woss area