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Sayward, Mother Nature's Playground

Sited near beautiful Kelsey Bay and surrounded by towering Mount H'Kusam and the Prince of Wales range mountains, Sayward is at the estuary of the rushing Salmon River. The estuary is home to and on the migratory paths of numerous species of waterfowl. Its proximity to the salmon rich Inside Passage, the summer feeding range of the killer whale, make Sayward central for whale watching and saltwater sports fishing. Area streams and lakes are also favourites for freshwater anglers.

The world's largest Cypress tree is here as well as an
impressive red cedar forest preserve. Just off the highway, is a unique building wrapped in 8,200 feet of steel cable and locally crafted "Iron Man" totem - reflective of Sayward's rich logging heritage.

Access to the Sayward area wilderness is enabled through hiking trails.

Campsites range from full service to wooded settings.  Here is a link to the town of  Sayward website.  For Hikers, try the Kusam Klimb

For unforgettable experiences in Mother Nature's playground, make Sayward a must see.

For a Map of Sayward Click Here (Please note it is a large file)

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