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Nels Bight, Cape Scott Provincial Park,

Northern Vancouver Island

Nels Bight, Cape Scott Provincial Park

Northwest Vancouver Island, British Columbia


Cape Scott Provincial Park is a coastal wilderness area located at the northwestern tip of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The park covers over 22,000 hectares and features more then 115 kilometers of scenic shoreline, including 30 kilometers of spectacular remote beaches. The park offers a variety of hiking opportunities, from easy day hikes to San Josef Bay and the sea stacks, to challenging multi-day treks along the North Coast TrailThe park is also rich in history, as it was the site of several failed colonization attempts by Danish, British and Japanese settlers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.


The Park hosts a variety of wildlife, both on land and in the sea. Some of the animals that live in the park are wolves, black bears, cougars, Roosevelt elk, seals, sea lions, sea otters, and various species of birds. The park protects the habitats and breeding grounds of these animals, as well as the rich biodiversity of the region. Cape Scott Park is a place where visitors can observe and appreciate the natural beauty and diversity of wildlife.



Acrylic Painting by

Kathy Harder, Port McNeill, British Columbia

Giclee Canvas

16x24 - $275.00

20x30 -$425.00

24x36 - $495.00


8x10 double mat/frame - $65.00

11x14 double mat/frame - $125.00

16x20 double mat/frame - $250.00

Art Card ($6.00)


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All giclee canvas p​rints come with a mirrored wrap. A UV varnish is applied to protect the print. Hardware is pre-installed, ready to hang.

Art prints include double mat and frame. Hardware is pre-installed, ready to hang. Images are just a sample to view size estimation and format options.

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