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Pesca, Resorts y hospedaje en la naturaleza
Nestled along the banks of the mighty Skeena River, Skeena Spey is a luxurious retreat amid the majestic mountains of Northern BC. Surrounded by the Skeena River, lush landscapes and majestic rock formations, our resort’s 14 luxurious and charming cabins comfortably immerse you in the larger than life wilderness atmosphere. One of BC’s most reputable Fly Fishing Lodges known for Spey Casting to large Chinook Salmon and Steelhead, it is also a place for any traveler and a great family destination with many activities in the surrounding area.
Paseo a caballo y Ranchos
El Shaddai Ranch provides trail rides for all level of riders on their 94 acre ranch, 15 minutes south of Prince George BC
Our tours are based in the Exchamsiks River Provincial Park, located on Hwy 16 about 35 minutes west of Terrace or 55 minutes east of Prince Rupert. We can pick you up in either community or you can meet us at the park site which is the launch point for your river adventure!! All tours are day trips which include a shore lunch of wild BC sockeye salmon cooked over the open fire, salads, drinks and dessert. Your tour and river adventure can last from 2 to 8 hours.
Cervecerías, Destilerías y Sidrerías
Bulkley Valley Brewery was created by Bikers, Skiers, Boarders, Fisherman, paddlers and people who really enjoy a good beer. Located in Smithers BC they realized that this small town had no “Apres” despite the fact that it was a natural wonderland. People had no place to gather, to tell stories, to see friends that they had not seen in awhile, to meet new friends. Most of all though Smithers had no Craft beer. Bulkley Valley was made for the people. A True Northern BC Brewery, no glitz no glamour just a nice cozy brewery with damn good beer and even better patrons.
A remote fly-in wilderness lodge for pristine fly fishing for wild rainbow trout, arctic grayling and bull trout in the spectacular Spatsizi Plateau Wilderness Park . Only 8 guests per week, personalized service and unsurpassed beauty and fishing! We also offer hiking, horseback, canoeing, and cabin rentals. “Over 40 years of Excellence”.
Spatsizi Plateau Wilderness Park
Navegación, Avistamiento de Ballenas, Tours de Vida Salvaje, Turismo
Explore the west coast of British Columbia and SE Alaska aboard our 70′ expedition yachts and discover ancient First Nations villages, primeval forests, and amazing coastal wildlife with like-minded travelers. We provide a world class experience featuring unique and remote destinations, these wilderness and wildlife eco-tours are exciting expeditions you will not soon forget!
Tours de Vida Salvaje, Turismo
Ocean Pacific Air is a family-owned and operated seaplane company located on the beautiful North Coast of British Columbia in Prince Rupert. We offer a wide range of flight seeing tours and charter service to outlying communities on the north and central coast, including Haida Gwaii. Experiencing the extraordinary scenery and wildlife by seaplane is a unique and incredible way to see the North Coast. Whether you’re looking for wildlife, glaciers, grizzly bear viewing, waterfalls, or even fly-in fishing, hunting and camping, we will take you there! We offer a variety of flight seeing tours and can customize a tour to meet your specific interests. Come and fly with our experienced local pilots with vast knowledge of the North Coast. Our fleet includes two DeHavilland Beavers and a Cessna 185 aircraft.
Paseo a caballo y Ranchos, Senderismo, Remo, Cultura Indígena, Resorts y hospedaje en la naturaleza
Bear Claw Lodge is home to the 15,000 square foot post-and-beam Bearclaw Lodge located on the world-famous Kispiox River (Containing the world’s largest strain of wild Steelhead). 22′ locally carved Totem Poles stand guard in the foyer behind the massive, three story river rock fireplace. Snowcapped Baldy Mountain dominates the view from the dining room windows, where our heliskiiers are only an 8 minute flight from. Bedroom sliding glass doors open to a stone walk balcony overlooking the Kispiox River. The scent of cedar and fresh homemade bread drifts through the lodge. It truly is, luxury in the wilderness.
Museos y Sitios Patrimoniales
This completely restored Hudson’s 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
Museos y Sitios Patrimoniales, Accesibilidad
Explore town history with the coming of Alcan’s aluminum smelter in the 1950s, early valley settlement, and Haisla traditional arts and technology. Additional displays feature regional geology, flora, and fauna. The temporary gallery offers changing exhibitions of arts, culture, and history. Visit the Museum Gift Shop for a variety of decorative gifts including aluminum Hoselton sculptures, jewelry, and First Nations design merchandise, local artwork, clothing, and more!
Our mission is to provide safe, fun and affordable horse related experiences to children and adults in the northwest region of British Columbia.
Our flightseeing tours are a wonderful way to see the wilderness and the beautiful Lakes District. Our floatplane flights are a great experience especially for those who have never been in a small plane. We own and operate one of Canada’s most famous airplanes…the Dehavilland Beaver, come see for yourself and take a tour through historic areas and see BC’s largest provincial park, Tweedsmuir!
Pesca, Senderismo, Remo, Resorts y hospedaje en la naturaleza, Cabañas y Casas de Campo
Chose NECHAKO LODGE & AVIATION for your outdoor adventure and enjoy flight-seeing, fishing, canoeing, or hiking in spectacular scenery. Stay in spacious guest rooms, private log cabins, or at the lakeshore campground and experience exceptional food and hospitality in the backcountry of Central British Columbia. The lodge is located SW of Vanderhoof on the secluded shore of Knewstubb Lake and is the eastern gateway to the vast, untouched wilderness of Tweedsmuir Provincial Park.