There are at least six distinct biogeoclimatic zones within Ts’yl?os Provincial Park which sits neatly inside the Xeni Gwet’in Caretaker area. In the fall millions of red sockeye salmon return from the Pacific Ocean to spawn.
The area is pristine and rich with wildlife and breathtaking views. It is criss-crossed with creeks and streams of glacial waters flowing from the mountains and feeding the ecology of the watershed.
Area is habitat for both black and grizzly bears. As October nears it is a common site, to see bears feeding on salmon along the lake and river shores.
In addition to these features the area is uniqe with herds of wild horses, some of the last in BC. The Xeni Elders have memories of the wild Qiyus (Cayuse) that go back several centuries