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About Terrace

The community of Terrace is Northern living at its best. Snow-capped mountains, pristine glacier-fed rivers, lakes and streams all add to the beauty of this community. Terrace has a population of approximately 11,500 residents and is the retail hub for the Northwest region of Northern BC. Moving to this family-friendly community is like coming home. Short commutes offer more time to explore your passions.

Some unique features include:

There are excellent mountain bike trails for those wanting a biking adventure. Terrace Mountain offers an array easy to moderate hikes along with some challenging mountain biking trails. In addition, Copper Mountain has amazing downhill and freeride opportunities. If you like cross-country skiing, Onion Lake, located just south of Terrace, has numerous cross-country trails for experienced, or novice skiers.

World class fishing in the Skeena River. If you love to fish, Terrace is the place to be for year round access to an array of species from Trout to Pacific Salmon. People come to the Skeena Valley in hopes of landing the big one.

Shames Mountain Ski Area is located 35 kilometers west of Terrace you enter the magnificent Shames Valley. Shames Mountain has 28 runs with great options from beginners to expert skiers or boarders. After a day of skiing, warm up at the Panhandler Café or the Galloway’s Mountain Bar.

Mills Memorial Hospital

Mills Memorial Hospital is currently a 44 bed acute care hospital and provides the only inpatient intensive care and psychiatric unit in the Northwest. They offer emergency services, and has a diagnostic, nuclear medicine, hemodialysis, community oncology and visiting specialist clinic. Its diagnostic program offers MRI and CT.

Construction is underway for a new state-of-the-art hospital for Terrace. The new hospital will almost be double the size of the existing facility. The new, state-of-the-art acute care hospital and integrated services facility will be a centre for trauma services, enhanced surgical specialties, pathology, radiology, clinical support, and pharmacy services. The hospital will also be a training site for medical students in the Northern Medical Program.

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