Woss, In the Heart of the Nimpkish
Woss is a logging camp turned hamlet in 1999. Strategically
located to access the rich timberlands of the Nimpkish Valley,
Woss became the terminus and service centre for Canada's largest
Woss offers the
visitor the best access to the untrammeled wilderness: to
rustic campsites, to mountains such as Pinder Peak and Rugged
Mountain, to caves from "walk-ins" like the cave in Little
Huson Regional Park and more challenging caves for accomplish
spelunkers. Roads lead to shimmering lakes such as Woss Lake,
Lake Kluklakama, and Anutz Lake. Here, the visitor can have
an unforgettable camping experience and superb wildlife viewing.
Woss is the closest
community to Mount Cain. Sixteen Slopes from "bunny hills"
to expert, T-Bar lifts and a lodge/restaurant offer memorable
powder skiing experience.
Schoen Lake Provincial
Park recreational area encompasses a beautiful lake and hiking
trails including an alpine trail up 1,000 metre Mount Schoen.
Lake, a huge lake surrounded by towering mountains is a world-class
windsurfing locale. The lake is great for kayaking, canoeing
and fishing too.
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