Visit Gingolx

The Nisga’a Village of Gingolx (population approx. 500) is nestled in the majestic mountains of British Columbia’s northwest coast, where the Nass River empties into Portland Inlet.

For visitors, Gingolx offers panoramic views, hiking trails, fishing, crabbing, kayaking, canoeing, wildlife watching, and a rich cultural history.

Until 2002, Gingolx was isolated from the outside world, accessible only by boat or plane. Now connected via Highway 113, it still retains a sense of deep peace and tranquillity.

Tourism infrastructure is simple, provided by locals, and the pace of life is slow. This very special place is still largely undiscovered by the travelling public, offering visitors an authentic experience of West Coast nature and Indigenous culture.

The visitors who find their way to Gingolx often return year after year to experience an annual break from life’s hustle and bustle, to explore the bays and inlets, feast on seafood, enjoy Nisga’a hospitality, or simply do ‘nothing’ while watching the waters of the mighty Nass River flow by and the eagles soar overhead.

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