Great Bear Rainforest, Canada
Feeling brave? With wild wolves, giant grizzlies and fearsome cougars all prowling Great Bear’s forest floor, you’ll require immense courage indeed to venture into this vast Canadian wilderness. Covering 21 million acres in remote British Columbia, getting lost is a constant danger, but this is no place to lose your bearings. Take precautions, however, and this is a wild wonderland, a place of great beauty, with spectacular sights that are guaranteed to take the breath away. Like to leave the modern world behind? This is the perfect place.
Stretching over 250 miles along Canada’s stunning Pacific Coast, Great Bear is sometimes called ‘The Amazon of the North’ and for those hardy enough to tread its winding trails, the rewards are plentiful. See 1,000-year-old cedars, great waterfalls, moss-covered mountains and more — just be sure to keep a constant look out for Great Bear’s hulking predators.