Foch-Gilttoyees Provincial Park

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Foch-Gilttoyees Provincial Park
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Map showing the location of Foch-Gilttoyees Provincial Park
Map showing the location of Foch-Gilttoyees Provincial Park
LocationBritish Columbia, Canada
Nearest cityKitimat
Coordinates53°52′37″N 129°08′20″W / 53.877°N 129.139°W / 53.877; -129.139[1]Coordinates: 53°52′37″N 129°08′20″W / 53.877°N 129.139°W / 53.877; -129.139[1]
Area61,089 ha (150,950 acres)
Designated2004
www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/foch_gilttoyees/

Foch-Gilttoyees Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. The park and protected area encompasses 61,089 hectares (150,950 acres) of coastal terrain from sea level up to alpine.[2] The park contains part of the historical First Nations travel path between the Skeena River and the Douglas Channel. The remainder of the route is located in Gitnadoiks River Provincial Park. Together, the two parks provide a continuous protected corridor between the river and the channel.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Foch-Gilttoyees Park". protectedplanet.net.
  2. ^ a b "Foch-Gilttoyees Provincial Park and Protected Area". Retrieved 25 May 2011.