Burnt Bridge Creek Conservancy

Burnt Bridge Creek. Photo by Wallace Howe.
Burnt Bridge Creek. Photo by Wallace Howe.
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Burnt Bridge Creek Conservancy is a protected area on BC’s Central Coast.

Burnt Bridge Creek Conservancy

Burnt Bridge Creek Conservancy was established as part of the government’s land use decision in the Central Coast planning area.┬áBurnt Bridge Conservancy is adjacent to the western boundary of Tweedsmuir Provincial Park and has significant historical and cultural values.

The conservancy includes a portion of the Nuxalk-Carrier Grease trail system, which was established by First Nations for trade between the west coast and the interior of British Columbia. The area is also historically significant as the location where Alexander Mackenzie first reached the Bella Coola Valley in 1793.

Overview provided by BC Parks