Gingolx has much to offer the tourist and is a must
for the wildlife enthusiast. The travel from Laxgalts'ap to Gingolx offers
a glimpse into everyday life. Depending on the season, one can see sea
lions, the awesome Black Bear, Red Fox, Beavers in the many dams along
the river or the occassional small game including Grouse and Porcupine.
Of course, Gingolx is famous for its large Eagle population and on a
mere 28 km of road one can see 25 Eagle Nest.
The water enthusiast won't be bored in this small remote
coastal Village. it is advised to bring your Canoe, Kayak or your reel
and line and spend your days exploring all that Gingolx has to offer.
Gingolx has a 12 passenger ferry with hourly and daily
rates. Take the time to visit the surrounding bays and inlets by boat,
see the remails of the old canneries or just relax and watch the schools
of fish on the boats radar.
Gingolx has several ideal places
for visitors to take an evening stroll. Visit the old cannon located
at the village dock on a rock aimed at the mouth of the Nass River, look
at the statue
near the water front or stroll to see the artist at work. Book your group
in advance and arrange for cultural singing and dancing and a seafood
The 2004 tourist can see cultural tourism at its best with
the hosting of CRABFEST 2004 and the carving of two 30 foot Totem Poles
which will be carved from May 15th, to July 15th, 2004.
Make Gingolx a priority! Join the fun and explore Aboriginal
culture at its best and make your visit one to remember.