• Located on the Nass River, Gingolx (Kincolith) was only accessible by water or by air until 2003, when a 29-kilometre stretch of highway was built linking it to Laxgalts’ap. The road links the people of Gingolx with the rest of the Nass Valley and has paved the way for this tiny coastal village to become a stunning tourist destination. The gorgeous vistas on the drive to Gingolx leave visitors absolutely breathless. Check out the village’s many totem poles, or take a visit to Gingolx’s Christ Church to see some of its incredible stained glass windows. Gingolx is also called the Seafood Capital of the Nass Valley because of its easy access to the river and the ocean.

    Some tourism

  • Population: 374 (2016 Census)

    There are no general practitioners yet in this community.

    The nearest health services are located in New Aiyansh or Prince Rupert (by boat).

  • Nisga’a Child & Family Services
    Box 231
    New Aiyansh, BC, V0J 1A0
    P: 250 633-2603 | F: 250 633-3036