Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Angel-Falls-in-Great-Bear-Rainforest-27MZIFLHR9LC.htmlConceptually similarFjord in Great Bear RainforestGP01ST2Completed★★★★Waterfall in the Great Bear RainforestGP01SSHCompleted★★★★Scenic view of waterfalls. British Columbia, Canada. British Columbia, CanadaGP0LBMCompleted★★★★Fjord in Fog in Great Bear RainforestGP01SS7Completed★★★★Waterfall in Great Bear RainforestGP01SSGCompleted★★★★Estuary in Great Bear RainforestGP01ST4Completed★★★★Great Bear Rainforest in CanadaGP0STO5UVCompleted★★★★★★Tree Trunk in Great Bear RainforestGP01R89Completed★★★★Aerial view of lake. British Columbia, Canada.GP0FR3Completed★★★★View AllGP01STBAngel Falls in Great Bear RainforestAngel Falls are located in the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, Canada.Locations:British Columbia-Canada-Great Bear Rainforest-North AmericaDate:13 Oct, 2007Credit:© Andrew Wright / www.cold-coast.comMaximum size:2544px X 2544pxRestrictions:Photographer maintains full copyright and would like to be credited as follows: ©Andrew Wright / www.cold-coast.comKeywords:Coastlines-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Great Bear Rainforest (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Mountains-Nature-Outdoors-Rural scenes-Scenic-Spring-Temperate rainforests-WaterfallsShoot:Great Bear Rainforest in the FallRepresenting one quarter of the world’s remaining coastal temperate rainforest, the Great Bear Rainforest stretches along the mainland coast of British Columbia to the Alaska border, covering an area the size of Switzerland—the largest intact coastal temperate rainforest on the planet. A spectacular forest ecosystem with many pristine valleys, the Great Bear Rainforest is also known as 'Canada's Amazon' for its dense web of natural life including towering ancient trees, grizzly bears, salmon, wolves, and the rare white spirit bear. On March 31st, 2009, the government of British Columbia announced the implementation of the most comprehensive rainforest conservation plan in North American history for the Great Bear Rainforest - the result of a decade-long campaign and one of the longest in Greenpeace history.