X_aaydag_a Gwaay.yaay linag_waay in X_aayda Kil
|Area||6,361 km2 (2,456 sq mi)|
|Highest elevation||1,119 m (3671 ft)|
|Highest point||TlldaGaaw Jii.ngasii (Mt La Perouse)|
|Largest settlement||Queen Charlotte City (pop. 852)|
|Pop. density||0.61/km2 (1.58/sq mi)|
Graham Island (Haida: X_aaydag_a Gwaay.yaay linag_waay in X_aayda Kil) is the largest island in the Haida Gwaii archipelago (briefly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands), lying off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. It is separated only by a narrow channel from the other principal island of the group, Moresby Island (T'aaxwii X_aaydag_a Gwaay.yaay linaG_waay in the language of the Haida people). It has a population of 3,858 (2016 census), an area of 6,361 km2 (2,456 sq mi), and is the 101st largest island in the world and Canada's 22nd largest island.
- Naikoon Provincial Park
- North Beach https://www.ehcanadatravel.com/british-columbia/haidagwaii/parks-trails/4715-north-beach-naikoon-provincial-park.html
- Kano Inlet
- Population calculated by adding the populations of Queen Charlotte City (852), Skidegage 1 (837), Skeena-Queen Charlotte D (539), Port Clements (282), Masset (793) and Masset 1 (555)
- "Graham Island". BC Geographical Names.
- Middleton, Lynn (1969). Place Names of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Victoria: Elldee Publishing. p. 92. OCLC 16729415.