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    This majestic mountain towers over New Hazelton and offers a fantastic photo oportunity no matter the weather.    
    Hagwilget Bridge    

This suspension bridge is a breath taking 262ft (80m) above the raging Bulkley River. It is a must see and although the walk across is scary it is very worth it. For this beautiful view take a short, scenic hike down to the river below (see our hiking and trails section). English: 


     Totem Poles    

Totem Poles are part of Hazelton's rich Gitxsan and Wet'suwet'en First Nations culture. They can be found at Ksan Historical Village, Hazelton, Kispiox, Kitwanga, and Gitanyow. For more information and directions please go to the Visitor Information Center.

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    Wildlife     The Hazelton area is home to many splendid creatures. As you drive through the area look out for grizzly bears, black bears and even the rare Kermode bear. You may also see deer, moose, eagles, hawks and many other smaller creatures. Always have your camera ready as you never know when you will happen upon the next natural wonder. The river is the ideal location to see animals. If you are really lucky you may be able to see spectacular sights such as eagles and bears fishing. Everywhere you turn there is some creature to be seen, whether it be a cunning raven, a majestic bear or a shy coyote.      
    Hands of History     Throughout the Hazelton area there are signs with stories of our past placed at historic locations. You can have a day long adventure following a map to all of the signs, enjoying their stories and seeing the stunning sites that Hazelton has to offer. This is a great way to enjoy the colourful history of the area. For maps and more information please go to the Visitor Information Center.         
    Hazelton Farmers' Market     There are two Farmers' Markets in Hazelton during the summer months. One is at the Visitor Information Centre on Saturdays and Sundays. The other is at the Visitor Information Centre from 10:00-2:00 on Sundays. This is a great opportunity to by tasty treats, local meat and vegetables and local crafts.

 Old Hazelton


A visit to historic Old Hazelton transports you back to the Pioneer days when riverboats were travelling the Skeena and the area was first being settled. Visit their website at

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Ksan is a replica of a First Nations' Village. This is a breathtaking display of culture. They offer tours, a gift shop with stunning First Nations' art and throughout the summer there are evening performances by the Ksan Dancers. There is also a camp ground right on the river. In fact, this is where the Bulkey and Skeena rivers meet. Visit their website:

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    Hazelton Pioneer Museum & Archives     Located in the Library in Old Hazelton this museum is one of the treasures of our area. They have collected pictures and artifacts that can be found nowhere else. It is a great opportunity to see what Hazelton was like in the days of pioneers and mule trains. The library website is      
    Walking Tours     The Village of Hazelton offers free walking tours over the summer months. It is a great opportunity to learn about the history of the village. Tours are offered from 10:00-6:00 Mon-Fri and from 8:00-4:00 Sat&Sun.