Troup Passage Conservancy

Troup Passage Conservancy
Troup Passage Conservancy. Photo by Jack Borno.
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Troup Passage Conservancy is a protected area on BC’s Central Coast.

Troup Passage Conservancy

This conservancy consists of a narrow ocean passage between Chatfield and Cunningham Islands with intricate shorelines, small bays and islets. The narrows is rich in marine life, including extensive anemone beds along its rock walls. Significant cultural and heritage values exist within Troup Passage Conservancy.

Overview provided by BC Parks

Related First Nations

  • Haíɫzaqv (Heiltsuk) Nation