Atlin Travel Guide
Welcome to Atlin, BC!Atlin is a small community found in the very northwest corner of British Columbia on the shores of Atlin Lake, the largest natural lake by area in the province. Established in 1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush, Atlin offers a glimpse into its past at the Atlin Museum, showcasing artifacts from this era. Other historic sights include the M.V. Tarahne, once used as a freight vessel and to transport passengers. Today, Atlin's appeal is mainly based on its pristine location in a remote wilderness. Visitors and locals make use of the local Tarahne Park, offering several facilities including a baseball diamond and two large playgrounds. Another popular area is the Atlin Provincial Park, with camping, fishing, and hiking opportunities available, as well as a chance to view the Llewellyn Glacier, flowing into the lake. Teresa Island on Atlin Lake is a wintertime destination, providing cross-country ski trails and views of Birch Mountain.
Hotels & Motels
Brewery Bay Chalet is located in downtown Atlin.
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