The Council of the Haida Nation announced on July 3 that more parks and trails have reopened for local day use on Haida Gwaii, as well as some protected areas.
In the Naikoon Provincial Park, the Tow Hill trail and site, Agate Beach, Tlell River/Pesuta Trail and Misty Meadows beach have all reopened for local day use. The Cape Fife and White Creek trails have been reopened to local day use, too, as previously reported.
The Pure Lake Provincial Park has also now reopened to day use for island residents.
A full list of protected areas, parks and trails that have reopened is included below.
- Tow Hill trail and site
- Agate Beach
- Cape Fife
- White Creek Trail
- Mayer Lake
- Tlell River/Pesuta Trail
- Misty Meadows beach access
- Anvil Trail
- Louise Dover Trail
- Gray Bay
- Secret Cove Trail
- Golden Spruce Trail
- Yakoun Lake Trail
- Bonanza Beach trail
- Gregory Beach trail
- Riley Creek trail
Provincial parks were shut down over the Easter weekend to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Many other provincial parks reopened for day use earlier, on May 14.
A July 1 post on social media said Gwaii Haanas remained closed. The Observer has reached out for more information.
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