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Seven Sisters Provincial Park & Protected Area
Attention Visitors – Important Notice!
July 27, 2018: Update on logging/industrial activities by Flint and Coyote Creeks (adjacent to Seven Sisters Park)
Road brushing operations will start on July 31, 2018 on most Flint Creek roads. Road construction equipment to start work after the brushing is completed. Please note that starting next week, there will be active equipment on the Flint Creek side and radio controlled access.
While there will be no access restrictions, we strongly recommend using radios and checking in with the contractor on-site to coordinate vehicle movement and avoid accidents. A sign will be posted on the Flint Road with the radio frequency and contractor name.
When harvesting begins, signs will be posted at the start of each block which identifies the Prime Contractor and the radio frequency to be used by vehicles. Again we strongly recommend that any public using the road use radios and coordinate with industrial traffic. Access restrictions may apply for brief periods where falling or other harvest operations present a hazard to road users. This can be confirmed using the radio frequencies posted on site.
Road access on the Coyote Creek cut blocks will be from the Flint Creek, except for Block 1703 which will be built as a stand-alone road access. All other Flint Creek blocks are accessed from existing roads on the Flint Creek side, and from new roads built from those existing roads on the Flint side.
The above update was provided by Kispiox River Timber (KRT).
Please report any restrictions to access or incidents to BC Parks Skeena Nass Area Supervisor at 778-505-2048.
About This Park
Seven Sisters Provincial Park and Seven Sisters Protected Area are named for the spectacular set of peaks visible from Highway 16 between Hazelton and Terrace.
Seven Sisters Provincial Park and Protected Area offer an exceptional, natural setting for a wide variety of existing and potential recreational activities. Hiking and snowmobiling are two popular frontcountry and backcountry activities.
Established Date: June 29, 2000 for the park and January 25, 2001 for the Protected Area.
Park Size: 39,206 hectares total; 27,200 hectares for the park and 12,006 hectares for the Protected Area
Know Before You Go
- Seven Sisters Provincial Park and Protected Area are wilderness areas. Visitors must be prepared for natural hazards and weather conditions at all times of the year.
Trail conditions as of July 27, 2018
Watson: Trail is in good condition to the 3rd lake.
Whiskey Creek: Trail in good condition to the bridge.
Oliver & Hells Bells Connector (from Flint Creek Road): Not brushed this season to date; deadfall removal and brushing to occur over the next two weeks.
- Trails are to be respected. Please do not damage or destroy any wildlife or vegetation. Please do not litter and pack out what you pack in.
Location and MapsPlease note: Any maps listed are for information only – they may not represent legal boundaries and should not be used for navigation.
Maps and BrochuresAny maps listed are for information only – they may not represent legal boundaries and should not be used for navigation.
Nature and Culture
Activities Available at this Park
For your own safety and the preservation of the park, obey posted signs and keep to designated trails. Shortcutting trails destroys plant life and soil structure.