Early morning at the Seal Cove Seaplane Base, Prince Rupert, British Columbia. Only 2 roads cross all of northern British Columbia and provide road access to the BC coast at Prince Rupert and Bella Coula. Two-thirds of BC (242,000 square miles) has no road access and BC holds the largest roadless tract of north temperate rainforest in the world. BC has ~15,000 miles of coastline that can be reached only by boat or seaplane. The Prince Rupert Seaplane Base is a major resource for getting people to remote coastal areas of British Columbia. Eight of us took a couple of seaplanes from here up to the Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary to join our tour boat.
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