Woss Lake Campground is a rustic campsite built where the Woss River leaves the lake and makes its way towards the Village of Woss while heading towards the Nimpkish Valley.
History has it that the village of Woss in British Columbia Canada was built in 1948 by Canadian Forest Products (Canfor). The logging camp was to be the main headquarters and maintenance yard for the extension of the Beaver Cove railway into the Nimpkish Valley. It wasn’t until the mid 1960’s that road access was built in the area.
It didn’t take the local loggers long to discover the beautiful Woss Lake nestled among the Haihte Range of mountains which contain some of the largest remaining glaciers on Vancouver Island. The southern part of the watershed is shadowed by the northern slope of Rugged Mountain which is also the gateway to the Oolichan Trail. [Read more…]