This park offers spectacular scenery in a pristine wilderness area, accessed through a 150 km trail beginning just north of Trutch on the Alaska Highway.
It follows the north side of the Prophet River, then switches into the Muskwa Valley and follows the Muskwa to Fern lake. The second trail begins west of the Sikanni Chief on the Alaska Highway and heads northward, eventually joining up with the first trail.
Kwadacha houses a diversity of habitat that supports ample wildlife, ranging from wolves to Siberian lemmings. If you are a bird enthusiast, this is the place to visit, with over 70 species of birds including grebes, teals, hawks, falcons, kestrels, eagles, warblers and even Lapland Longspurs. Watch for signs of bear activity and make plenty of noise.