The High Coast World Heritage site, a 1,520-square-kilometre large area that you can experience in a variety of ways: hiking, climbing, in a canoe or on skis. The area includes several nature reserves that were established to highlight the unique geology, vegetation and wildlife on site. The map shows the best spots to visit if you want to make the most of your World Heritage site experience.
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