Woss started out as a logging camp and is now a scenic village in the heart of the Nimpkish Valley. The forest industry is tied to the economy of Woss, and Woss was once the terminus for Canada's largest private railroad.
Those who live in Woss or have recreation homes in Woss love to explore Pinder Peak and Rugged Mounatin, Schoen Lake Provincial Park, the caves in Little Huson Regional park, windsurfing on Nimpkish Lake and kayaking, canoing and fishing in other local lakes such as Woss, Kluklakama and Anutz. Woss is also the closest community to Mount Cain ski area, boasting sixteen slopes from "bunny hills" to expert, T-Bar lifts and a lodge/restaurant. Many skiers prefer the family atmosphere of Mount Cain to Mount Washington.
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