Kt'ii/Racey Conservancy is located on the North Coast in the traditional territories of the Gitga'at and Kitasoo/Xai'xais Nations. The conservancy was created in 2006 and covers 1,261 hectares.
Located on the west side of Princess Royal Island, Kt’ii/Racey Inlet Conservancy shares boarders with Kitasoo Spirit Bear Conservancy and encompasses a small inlet and numerous lakes and wetlands. Racey Inlet is a registered boat haven/anchorage used by many boaters for travel around Princess Royal Island.
Visitors to Kt’ii are awarded with scenic waterfalls and good hiking opportunities such as the trail to the waterfall draining Archie Lake. Other popular pursuits in the area include kayaking, sport fishing, camping and wildlife viewing.
Overview provided by BC Parks