Cascade/Sutslem Conservancy is located on the Central Coast in the traditional territories of the Heiltsuk and Nuxalk Nations. The conservancy was created in 2006 and covers 121,482 hectares.
Cascade/Sutslem Conservancy was established as part of the government’s land use decision in the Central Coast planning area. The conservancy encompasses three large undisturbed watersheds: the Nascall, Skowquiltz and Sutslem. The conservancy also protects numerous large lakes, biologically rich estuaries, and scenic glaciers.
Cascade Inlet, a long fiord within the conservancy, boasts impressive scenery with towering peaks and stunning waterfalls.
Overview provided by BC Parks