Calling All Culture and Foodie Lovers: Your local guide will offer you an insider's peek as you taste your way through Cow Bay’s bite-sized local culinary treats. A short walk from the Prince Rupert Cruise Terminal will take you past the colorful Atlin terminal that houses gift shops, a restaurant, and an artist’s cooperative store filled with local treasures. Pass by Eagle’s Bluff and catch glimpses of the many bald eagles that call this bluff their home.
Authentic Local Flavors: Learn how Cow Bay received its name and stop at the celebrated local coffee shop. Here, you will get to taste a sampling of their baked treats. As you continue your walk towards upper Cow Bay, your guide will point out areas of interest, explain the fishing industry and the many fishing charters that keep a busy sportfishing schedule during the summer. Your next stop is a sampling of fish treats! Having photographed the imposing mural, your culinary tasting continues at the local butchers for tasty meat treats. Later, learn about the local culture and 10,000-year history. Walk by the miniature Sunken Gardens and pass by the stunning longhouse that houses the Museum of Northern British Columbia. Finally, wind your way down to the Kwnitsa Museum and scenic ocean front. Here, you may choose to explore independently or walk back the waterfront path to the cruise ship terminal.
What to Bring: Weather-appropriate clothing is recommended.