Stikine Region

The Stikine Region is a remote and sparsely populated area located in the northwest corner of British Columbia, Canada. The region is known for its rugged wilderness, with a diverse landscape that includes glaciers, fjords, and mountains. The Stikine River, which flows through the region, is a popular destination for rafting and kayaking. The area is also home to many species of wildlife, such as grizzly bears, wolves, and eagles. The Stikine Region is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and adventure seekers, with activities such as hiking, fishing, hunting, and camping. The region is also home to several First Nations communities, and visitors can learn about their culture and history

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