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Hiking, Cabins & Cottages, Resorts & Wilderness Lodges
A unique fly-in lodge bordering Tweedsmuir Park in BC’s last true wilderness. Cosy lakefront cabins with shower and toilet, wood stoves; some with fireplaces. Canoeing, good destination for a canoe trip or fishing on Eutsuk and Tetachuck lakes. Hiking, photography and lots more. Various all-inclusive multi-day packages available, full service lodge. No road access only fly in or boat in.
Museums & Heritage Sites
We display the history of Mackenzie and area. From Summit Lake to Sifton Pass, we showcase the First Nations people, explorers, prospectors, trappers, and settlers that have left a footprint in our valley. We have a collection of original paintings by Marge McDougall of First Nations residents of Fort Grahame. We also have the World’s Largest Tree Crusher.
Huble Homestead is a heritage site located at the base of the historic Giscome Portage. Originally a homestead and fur trading post, the site has been restored to its 1915 condition & is open to the public from May to October for guided tours, lunch and shopping in the General Store. Special events are held throughout the summer featuring blacksmithing and pioneer demonstrations, entertainment, games, and contests for the whole family. Huble Homestead is located 40 km north of Prince George, just off Hwy 97 on Mitchell Road. Admission is by donation.
Horseback Riding & Ranches
Our mission is to provide safe, fun and affordable horse related experiences to children and adults in the northwest region of British Columbia.
Boating, Sightseeing, Resorts & Wilderness Lodges
Our guest house is located in Rose Harbour, Kunghit Island; very deep within Gwaii Haanas National Park, Marine Reserve and Haida Heritage Site. Only accessible by floatplane! We provide 3 meals a day, offering authentic Thai cuisine being our specialty. We cook mostly with organic food and also from our large garden. Our guesthouse is rustic but comfortable with wood heat, communal shower and composting toilet. We don’t have more then 8 guests at the time unless your group is more then 8! Our tour packages include accommodation, meals, and transportation by floatplane to/from Queen Charlotte Village. We also offer optional guided boat tours and sea kayak rentals in the area surrounding our location. Recommended sites to visit by boat are Ninstints/Skanggwaii (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Cape St-James, Rose Inlet, and many others nearby locations. We speak English, French, Thai and Lao. Patrick (French Canadian) and Walladda (Thai) welcomes you to our amazing part of the world!
Indigenous Culture, Hotels, Resorts & Wilderness Lodges
The Ocean House is a 12-room fly-in lodge located on the west coast of Haida Gwaii in a protected area called Stads K’uns GawGa [Peel Inlet]. Guests will experience culturally-focused excursions as well as kayaking, stand-up paddle-boarding, rejuvenation at the lodge’s spa and relaxing area, delicious food and so much more. We invite you to experience the warm hospitality, rich history and culture, and the unique natural beauty for which Haida Gwaii is known. Please note that the Ocean House is not street accessible and stays are package-based departing from Vancouver BC.
This completely restored Hudsons Bay Company post, located on the shores of Stuart Lake, was an economic powerhouse of trade and commerce in the 19th Century. It is the largest group of original wooden buildings depicting the fur trade in Canada and portrays the relationship between the fur traders and the Carrier First Nation. Costumed interpreters provide a first hand look at how people lived, ate, worked and died more than a century ago.
Fort St. James
Golf, Campgrounds & RV Parks
Tumbler Ridge Golf & Country Club welcomes you to the most scenic and challenging course in Northern BC. Novice and experienced golfers alike enjoy the 9-hole, par 36 public golf course complete with pro shop, driving range, putting green and clubhouse.This fully irrigated course is cut from thick, forested terrain high above the broad Murray River, and putting requires careful study. Continuous gentle breezes, natural slopes, undulating fairways and water hazards test your skill. Most of the bent-grass greens have elevated approaches and well-placed sand traps guarding them. The finishing hole is the challenging 405-yard ninth, playing up a two-level fairway to an elevated green.
Spas & Wellness, Bed & Breakfasts
Anuttara Ashram is tucked away in the sacred mountains of the Nass Valley. With 100 acres of ancient old growth forest, water falls, cliffs and sitting right next to the Nass River we provide a quiet oasis for anyone seeking to retreat into the stillness. We provide 3 meals a day along with guided yoga and meditation. Satsangs are given upon request and during high season.
Fishing, Indigenous Culture, Resorts & Wilderness Lodges
Tucked away at the foot of a breathtaking mountain scape where the water is as still as glass, Englefield Bay is known for its abundance of migrating salmon. Don’t let its quiet and intimate atmosphere lull you to sleep, Englefield’s plentiful chinook, coho, halibut and lingcod species will keep you fully engaged. Located in a culturally significant location to the Haida people, Englefield allows you to create lasting memories (and fish tales) with colleagues or friends during your daily dawn-to-dusk adventures, either fully guided all day or instructed half day, and over gourmet meals and wine in the evenings in its newly renovated lounge and rooms.
Bulkley Adventures is your place to experience the beauty of the Bulkley Valley. From heli access glamping to jet boating and more, we offer you an adventure you won’t forget. Experience the thrill of buzzing past a crystal blue glacier, then land on an alpine ridge for a relaxing and luxurious glamping adventure! Or come experience the rush of cruising through the Bulkley Valley from the river’s perspective. Call to book today!
Indigenous Culture, Cabins & Cottages, Campgrounds & RV Parks
Located on Haida Nation land 25 minutes from Massett, down a majestic dirt road, and nestled within the beautiful Naikoon Park boundaries in an ancient village on Northern Haida Gwaii. Our seven traditional Haida style longhouses and our group longhouse provide comfortable and cozy accommodations. This is truly a “GLAMPING” experience. If you plan to “camp” INDOORS you will have a fantastic time. Located off the grid, our amenities are basic, but we are located in one of the most beautiful places in the world. Miles of beaches are only seconds from your doorstep. Bald Eagles and Ravens, the two main crests of the Haida nation, greet and observe you along your adventures. Find not only peace and quiet, but clams and crab! For the more adventurous, the waves are spectacular for surfing during the fall and winter months. Our Haida longhouse village is designed to give you a truly unforgettable experience that will bring you awareness and understanding of the interconnection of all things. Come unwind with us and enjoy the beauty that is Haida Gwaii.
Heli-Skiing & Cat-Skiing
In the world of heli-skiing, the northern Cariboo Mountains and the Canadian Rockies are legendary. An abundance of dry powder, immense open bowls, spectacular glacier skiing and gladed trees await our guests. Crescent Spur fills a unique niche in the heli-skiing market by limiting occupancy to a maximum of 20 guests per week. That leaves over 250 runs in 1,500 square miles of terrain for a maximum of 20 skiers! Our guides and lodge staff are passionate about creating the trip of a lifetime for every guest who joins us throughout the season, and many of our guests come back time and time again.