Fiordland Conservancy is a large marine park, encompassing Kynoch and Mussel Inlets, their estuaries and the surrounding mountainous landscape. The Fjordland Recreation Area is one of the newest Canadian Parks. Seldom visited and truly magnificent, this area is packed with wildlife. Humpback whales, wolves, deer, eagles and bear are often seen here. Fiordland's scenery is also very impressive. The area includes one of the finest examples of glacially gouged fiords on the British Columbia coast, where sheer granite cliffs rise more than 1000 metres. From the water, view the soaring peaks of the Coast Mountains, dense coastal forests, imposing waterfalls and lush river estuaries.
The deep fiords and steep valleys unfortunately allow little shore space for travel or camping. The vegetation is lush and grows high, obscuring visibility. This area is home to both grizzly and black bears, so travelling on shore can be dangerous. The conservancy can be accessed by boat or floatplane only. Mussel Inlet has an anchorage in David Bay, the scenic McAlpin and Lisette Falls and outstanding rock formations and granite walls while deep in Kynoch is an extraordinary place called Culpepper's Lagoon.
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