Welcome to Stewart,
British Columbia, Canada

Located at the head of the historic 90-mile-long Portland Canal, surrounded by rich forests, Cambria ice fields, and incredible wildlife.

Explore the history that is Stewart BC, Canada’s most Northerly, ice-free port.

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Situated across from Alaska's Misty Fjords National Park and at the end of the Portland Canal, Stewart is a unique border town attracting tourists from every corner of the world.

Rainey Creek Campground

Address: 100 8th Ave
250-636-2251

Top Attractions

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Charters

Come enjoy the adventure of a lifetime as you journey down the fourth largest fjord in the world! Family owned and operated out of Stewart BC and the Portland canal, Wild Northern Adventures offers charter fishing and sightseeing services.

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Glaciers

Along the 65km drive on Highway 37A, more than 20 glacier formations can be seen overlooking the highway, including Bear Glacier. Journey past Hyder AK to see the wonder that is Salmon Glacier, the world’s largest road accessible glacier.

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Bear Viewing

Bear are our neighbours in Stewart! See them road-side on your drive into town or journey into Hyder AK (border restrictions permitting) to view Black Bears and Grizzlies hunting salmon at the Fish Creek Wildlife viewing platform.

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