British Columbia, immense wilderness (future project)

The British Columbia is a gigantic natural reserve divided between snow-covered mountain ranges, glaciers, rivers and majestic forests composed of millenarian trees.

The coast alongside the Pacific Ocean is one of the most spectacular in this world: coast slashed with multiple bays, capes, fjords and islands. The biggest one is that of Vancouver Island. An immense wilderness area actually inhabited only in the southeast that has been exploited only on a small scale. The dense vegetation, the gigantism of trees, 3440 kilometres made up of coastlines and the wild fauna contribute to establish it amongst the last natural bastions spared by Man.