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We went up the hill just after a rain, so we had sun filtering through raindrops and birds singing, and the place basically to ourselves. This probably shaped my view of the place, but the viewpoints are great, and it's nice to climb steps and...More
We were a bit surprised that we had trouble getting a single campsite on the beach. However some people moved out and we were able to arrange to get a single one which was what we wanted. The beach is fabulous with the agates you...More
My sister and I had a beautiful day to drive to Tow Hill which is about 30 minutes out of Masset. There is a very well marked boardwalk up to the viewpoints, of which there is two. There are sections of the walk that are...More
On a recent tour we stopped at the Blow Hole. Unfortunately the sea was calm and no water spouts. We did notice a branch off to the Tow Hill View Point near the Blow Hole View Point so decided to take the walk.
Stepped in Haida lore, Tow Hill is a magnificent volcanic plug formed from eruptions of molten lava some 2 million years ago. It is, unquestionably, the most distinguishing geographic feature of North Beach and Naikoon Provincial Park. Besides its awe-inspiring natural beauty, Tow Hill and...More
Top of Tow Hill is about 865 M from the parking lot. It has a boarded walkway all the way up, and is a Medium to Hard hike. Steep and lots of steps but easy to navigate. However the view at the top is spectacular,...More
The Tow Hill and Blow Hole Hikes are a terrific way to spend a few hours in nature.
The Tow Hill hike goes uphill to the top of (naturally) Tow Hill. The viewpoint offers amazing vistas towards Masset and up along North Beach.