Winter Harbour

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Winter Harbour as seen from a boat in the harbour

Winter Harbour is a fishing village of 20 people on the northern tip of Vancouver Island, at the mouth of the Quatsino Sound, in British Columbia, Canada.[1] It was named in the 19th century because of its eponymous bay[2] that forms a safe natural harbour.

Quatsino Provincial Park and Raft Cove Provincial Park are nearby.


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Coordinates: 50°31′N 128°02′W / 50.517°N 128.033°W / 50.517; -128.033