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Prince Rupert is a town on Kaien Island in British Columbia, Canada. The port has one of the world's largest deepwater terminals. Prince Rupert offer some fantastic views and scenery and is ideal for those who enjoy the outside. There is plenty of accommodation and campsite to choose from, a variety of restaurants and many outdoor activities such as whale watching, kayaking, fishing, crabbing and golf. Ferries from Prince Rupert go to Klemtu, Port Hardy and Skidegate. You can book your ferry with AFerry
About Prince Rupert
Prince Rupert is a city on Kaien Island in British Columbia, Canada, named after Prince Rupert of the Rhine, the first Governor of the Hudson's Bay Company. Prince Rupert is a great location for those who love to experience the great outdoors, and the area has plenty of hiking trails to get you out in the landscape. The best-known of these is Butze Rapids where, if you get the timing right, you could see the reversing rapids and maybe even a few hardy kayakers "surfing" them. McClymont Trail is another favourite trail, better suited to those who prefer their hiking a little more leisurely, while the Metlakatla Wilderness Trail is an amazing track, following the coastline for about 7 miles via a series of suspension bridges and viewpoint towers. Make sure you have a good map, appropriate clothing, and safety equipment before you head out.
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2100 Park Ave, Prince Rupert, BC V8J 4B2, Canada
2000 Park Avenue, Prince Rupert, BC V8J 3S1, Canada