Bella Coola Explorer Itineraries

Choose your preferred trip duration (note: a 3 night trip is just 2 days of activities, so we suggest a longer trip):

BCE - Arrival Day
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For those arriving by air via Pacific Coastal Airlines, enjoy the 70 minute mid-morning flight to Bella Coola, marvelling at the impressive Coast Range mountains and expansive fjord system as you fly overhead. On arrival at the Bella Coola Airport, our staff will greet you and transfer you the 45 minutes to the lodge, highlighting points of interest along the way.

After check-in there will be a short orientation of the lodge property and all the activities available. Enjoy a stroll down to the river, visit our Wildlife Viewing Station, go for a short hike on the Esker Trail through old growth forests, play a round of Frisbee golf, work out in the gym, soak in the hot-tub, walk the slack line, or simply relax on the deck of your cabin with a drink and enjoy the view of Mt. Stupendous and Mt. Mellikan.

 A delicious 3 course set menu is served at 7:00pm every night.

BCE - River Drift and Nature Walk
Title Title

Kick-start your day with a choice of a hot or continental breakfast, served between 7:30am and 8:30am. The day’s activities start with a Scenic Drift down the Atnarko River. This is the heart of the Coast Range Mountains where majestic peaks and glaciers tower above the verdant valley floor. Keep your eyes open for wildlife! The Atnarko is home to trout and 5 species of salmon, which sustain healthy populations of bald eagles, grizzly bears, river otters and black bears. Have your camera ready!

A delicious lunch will be served back at the lodge, after which your guide will take you for a hike on the Valley Loop Trail which is part of the historic Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail. In 1793, Sir Alexander Mackenzie, a young fur trader, was the first person to traverse the North American continent. He did this with a small party of only 8 people and a full 12 years before the much more famous Lewis and Clark expedition. He arrived in Bella Coola along this trail after canoeing and walking all the way from Montreal.

After the hike you will arrive back at the lodge in the late afternoon. There will be time before dinner to relax and enjoy some hors d’oeuvres on the sun deck of the lodge while exchanging stories of the day with your fellow guests.

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BCE - Departure Day
Title Title

We recommend one last visit to the Wildlife Viewing Station before your final breakfast with us.

Check-out is 11am. If you are flying out, take advantage of a leisurely morning in which you can enjoy the lodge property, make use of the spa and gym, play some lawn games, or simply relax before taking our shuttle back to the Bella Coola Airport for the flight back to Vancouver. If you are departing by ferry, we will arrange to drive you to the harbour.

Thank you for visiting us!

BCE - Arrival Day
Title Title

For those arriving by air via Pacific Coastal Airlines, enjoy the 70 minute mid-morning flight to Bella Coola, marvelling at the impressive Coast Range mountains and expansive fjord system as you fly overhead. On arrival at the Bella Coola Airport, our staff will greet you and transfer you the 45 minutes to the lodge, highlighting points of interest along the way.

After check-in there will be a short orientation of the lodge property and all the activities available. Enjoy a stroll down to the river, visit our Wildlife Viewing Station, go for a short hike on the Esker Trail through old growth forests, play a round of Frisbee golf, work out in the gym, soak in the hot-tub, walk the slack line, or simply relax on the deck of your cabin with a drink and enjoy the view of Mt. Stupendous and Mt. Mellikan.

 A delicious 3 course set menu is served at 7:00pm every night.

BCE - River Drift and Nature Walk
Title Title

Kick-start your day with a choice of a hot or continental breakfast, served between 7:30am and 8:30am. The day’s activities start with a Scenic Drift down the Atnarko River. This is the heart of the Coast Range Mountains where majestic peaks and glaciers tower above the verdant valley floor. Keep your eyes open for wildlife! The Atnarko is home to trout and 5 species of salmon, which sustain healthy populations of bald eagles, grizzly bears, river otters and black bears. Have your camera ready!

A delicious lunch will be served back at the lodge, after which your guide will take you for a hike on the Valley Loop Trail which is part of the historic Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail. In 1793, Sir Alexander Mackenzie, a young fur trader, was the first person to traverse the North American continent. He did this with a small party of only 8 people and a full 12 years before the much more famous Lewis and Clark expedition. He arrived in Bella Coola along this trail after canoeing and walking all the way from Montreal.

After the hike you will arrive back at the lodge in the late afternoon. There will be time before dinner to relax and enjoy some hors d’oeuvres on the sun deck of the lodge while exchanging stories of the day with your fellow guests.

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BCE - Full Day Nature Walk
Title Title

After breakfast it’s time to head out with your guide, a naturalist, for a Nature Walk in the old growth forests of Tweedsmuir Park, the largest provincial park in British Columbia.

Your guide will explain the ecology of the area and, as a highlight, show you how to track grizzly bears by pointing out various bear signs, including rub trees with claw and bite marks, and places the bears dig out in the forest floor for their naps called day beds.

Enjoy a packed lunch in the field.

In the afternoon, continue exploring Tweedsmuir Park with a drive on the Tote Road past old, abandoned homesteads brimming with character. This is prime wildlife habitat and animal sightings are common. At the end of the road there is a short, highly recommended hike to Stillwater Lake. This is a beautiful, pristine place that should not be missed!

 

BCE - Departure Day
Title Title

We recommend one last visit to the Wildlife Viewing Station before your final breakfast with us.

Check-out is 11am. If you are flying out, take advantage of a leisurely morning in which you can enjoy the lodge property, make use of the spa and gym, play some lawn games, or simply relax before taking our shuttle back to the Bella Coola Airport for the flight back to Vancouver. If you are departing by ferry, we will arrange to drive you to the harbour.

Thank you for visiting us!

BCE - Arrival Day
Title Title

For those arriving by air via Pacific Coastal Airlines, enjoy the 70 minute mid-morning flight to Bella Coola, marvelling at the impressive Coast Range mountains and expansive fjord system as you fly overhead. On arrival at the Bella Coola Airport, our staff will greet you and transfer you the 45 minutes to the lodge, highlighting points of interest along the way.

After check-in there will be a short orientation of the lodge property and all the activities available. Enjoy a stroll down to the river, visit our Wildlife Viewing Station, go for a short hike on the Esker Trail through old growth forests, play a round of Frisbee golf, work out in the gym, soak in the hot-tub, walk the slack line, or simply relax on the deck of your cabin with a drink and enjoy the view of Mt. Stupendous and Mt. Mellikan.

 A delicious 3 course set menu is served at 7:00pm every night.

BCE - River Drift and Nature Walk
Title Title

Kick-start your day with a choice of a hot or continental breakfast, served between 7:30am and 8:30am. The day’s activities start with a Scenic Drift down the Atnarko River. This is the heart of the Coast Range Mountains where majestic peaks and glaciers tower above the verdant valley floor. Keep your eyes open for wildlife! The Atnarko is home to trout and 5 species of salmon, which sustain healthy populations of bald eagles, grizzly bears, river otters and black bears. Have your camera ready!

A delicious lunch will be served back at the lodge, after which your guide will take you for a hike on the Valley Loop Trail which is part of the historic Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail. In 1793, Sir Alexander Mackenzie, a young fur trader, was the first person to traverse the North American continent. He did this with a small party of only 8 people and a full 12 years before the much more famous Lewis and Clark expedition. He arrived in Bella Coola along this trail after canoeing and walking all the way from Montreal.

After the hike you will arrive back at the lodge in the late afternoon. There will be time before dinner to relax and enjoy some hors d’oeuvres on the sun deck of the lodge while exchanging stories of the day with your fellow guests.

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BCE - Valley Tour
Title Title

The program for today is a tour of the Bella Coola Valley. You will see fantastic geography, pristine ecosystems and a rich First Nations heritage. After breakfast, your guide will drive you down valley to see a grove of ancient cedar trees on Walker Island. These trees are in excess of 800 years old and were used by the Nuxalk First Nation to smoke salmon and provide planking for their long houses. The cultural modifications are visible to this day. Bella Coola is Nuxalk First Nation territory, inhabitants of the valley for millennia and creators of a unique and vibrant artistic culture.

Lunch will be a picnic at Clayton Falls Park overlooking the fjord. 

Perhaps the day's highlight will be a tour with a member of the Nuxalk who will take us to the ancient petroglyphs. These petroglyphs (i.e. stone carvings) are hidden in a magical site tucked away in the woods. The carvings are estimated to be 3,000-5,000 years old and have been studied by the adventurer Thor Heyerdahl. You will also get to visit the Bella Coola town site to see the totem poles, to shop at the art gallery for First Nations jewellery and masks.

Previous Next
BCE - Full Day Nature Walk
Title Title

After breakfast it’s time to head out with your guide, a naturalist, for a Nature Walk in the old growth forests of Tweedsmuir Park, the largest provincial park in British Columbia.

Your guide will explain the ecology of the area and, as a highlight, show you how to track grizzly bears by pointing out various bear signs, including rub trees with claw and bite marks, and places the bears dig out in the forest floor for their naps called day beds.

Enjoy a packed lunch in the field.

In the afternoon, continue exploring Tweedsmuir Park with a drive on the Tote Road past old, abandoned homesteads brimming with character. This is prime wildlife habitat and animal sightings are common. At the end of the road there is a short, highly recommended hike to Stillwater Lake. This is a beautiful, pristine place that should not be missed!

 

BCE - Departure Day
Title Title

We recommend one last visit to the Wildlife Viewing Station before your final breakfast with us.

Check-out is 11am. If you are flying out, take advantage of a leisurely morning in which you can enjoy the lodge property, make use of the spa and gym, play some lawn games, or simply relax before taking our shuttle back to the Bella Coola Airport for the flight back to Vancouver. If you are departing by ferry, we will arrange to drive you to the harbour.

Thank you for visiting us!

BCE - Arrival Day
Title Title

For those arriving by air via Pacific Coastal Airlines, enjoy the 70 minute mid-morning flight to Bella Coola, marvelling at the impressive Coast Range mountains and expansive fjord system as you fly overhead. On arrival at the Bella Coola Airport, our staff will greet you and transfer you the 45 minutes to the lodge, highlighting points of interest along the way.

After check-in there will be a short orientation of the lodge property and all the activities available. Enjoy a stroll down to the river, visit our Wildlife Viewing Station, go for a short hike on the Esker Trail through old growth forests, play a round of Frisbee golf, work out in the gym, soak in the hot-tub, walk the slack line, or simply relax on the deck of your cabin with a drink and enjoy the view of Mt. Stupendous and Mt. Mellikan.

 A delicious 3 course set menu is served at 7:00pm every night.

BCE - River Drift and Nature Walk
Title Title

Kick-start your day with a choice of a hot or continental breakfast, served between 7:30am and 8:30am. The day’s activities start with a Scenic Drift down the Atnarko River. This is the heart of the Coast Range Mountains where majestic peaks and glaciers tower above the verdant valley floor. Keep your eyes open for wildlife! The Atnarko is home to trout and 5 species of salmon, which sustain healthy populations of bald eagles, grizzly bears, river otters and black bears. Have your camera ready!

A delicious lunch will be served back at the lodge, after which your guide will take you for a hike on the Valley Loop Trail which is part of the historic Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail. In 1793, Sir Alexander Mackenzie, a young fur trader, was the first person to traverse the North American continent. He did this with a small party of only 8 people and a full 12 years before the much more famous Lewis and Clark expedition. He arrived in Bella Coola along this trail after canoeing and walking all the way from Montreal.

After the hike you will arrive back at the lodge in the late afternoon. There will be time before dinner to relax and enjoy some hors d’oeuvres on the sun deck of the lodge while exchanging stories of the day with your fellow guests.

Previous Next
BCE - Valley Tour
Title Title

The program for today is a tour of the Bella Coola Valley. You will see fantastic geography, pristine ecosystems and a rich First Nations heritage. After breakfast, your guide will drive you down valley to see a grove of ancient cedar trees on Walker Island. These trees are in excess of 800 years old and were used by the Nuxalk First Nation to smoke salmon and provide planking for their long houses. The cultural modifications are visible to this day. Bella Coola is Nuxalk First Nation territory, inhabitants of the valley for millennia and creators of a unique and vibrant artistic culture.

Lunch will be a picnic at Clayton Falls Park overlooking the fjord. 

Perhaps the day's highlight will be a tour with a member of the Nuxalk who will take us to the ancient petroglyphs. These petroglyphs (i.e. stone carvings) are hidden in a magical site tucked away in the woods. The carvings are estimated to be 3,000-5,000 years old and have been studied by the adventurer Thor Heyerdahl. You will also get to visit the Bella Coola town site to see the totem poles, to shop at the art gallery for First Nations jewellery and masks.

Previous Next
BCE - Full Day Nature Walk
Title Title

After breakfast it’s time to head out with your guide, a naturalist, for a Nature Walk in the old growth forests of Tweedsmuir Park, the largest provincial park in British Columbia.

Your guide will explain the ecology of the area and, as a highlight, show you how to track grizzly bears by pointing out various bear signs, including rub trees with claw and bite marks, and places the bears dig out in the forest floor for their naps called day beds.

Enjoy a packed lunch in the field.

In the afternoon, continue exploring Tweedsmuir Park with a drive on the Tote Road past old, abandoned homesteads brimming with character. This is prime wildlife habitat and animal sightings are common. At the end of the road there is a short, highly recommended hike to Stillwater Lake. This is a beautiful, pristine place that should not be missed!

 

BCE - Rainbow Range Hike
Title Title

This day will take you up onto the Chilcotin Plateau for a hike on the stunning Rainbow Range trail. The peaks of the Rainbow Range “Tsitsutl” in the local dialect, meaning painted mountains, form an enormous dome of eroded lava and fragmented rock that presents an astonishing spectrum of reds, oranges, yellows, and lavenders. The colours are really spectacular!

It’s also lake country and there are hundreds of large and small lakes dotting the area. The Rainbow Range offers a strong contrast to the higher and more rugged Coast Mountains just a small distance to the west. It’s a very different ecological experience, with smaller pine and fir forests. In 2010 there were large fires in the area and a wide variety of alpine flowers, including asters, arnica and fireweed are reclaiming the ground in between the blackened burnt forest.

Previous Next
BCE - Departure Day
Title Title

We recommend one last visit to the Wildlife Viewing Station before your final breakfast with us.

Check-out is 11am. If you are flying out, take advantage of a leisurely morning in which you can enjoy the lodge property, make use of the spa and gym, play some lawn games, or simply relax before taking our shuttle back to the Bella Coola Airport for the flight back to Vancouver. If you are departing by ferry, we will arrange to drive you to the harbour.

Thank you for visiting us!

BCE - Arrival Day
Title Title

For those arriving by air via Pacific Coastal Airlines, enjoy the 70 minute mid-morning flight to Bella Coola, marvelling at the impressive Coast Range mountains and expansive fjord system as you fly overhead. On arrival at the Bella Coola Airport, our staff will greet you and transfer you the 45 minutes to the lodge, highlighting points of interest along the way.

After check-in there will be a short orientation of the lodge property and all the activities available. Enjoy a stroll down to the river, visit our Wildlife Viewing Station, go for a short hike on the Esker Trail through old growth forests, play a round of Frisbee golf, work out in the gym, soak in the hot-tub, walk the slack line, or simply relax on the deck of your cabin with a drink and enjoy the view of Mt. Stupendous and Mt. Mellikan.

 A delicious 3 course set menu is served at 7:00pm every night.

BCE - River Drift and Nature Walk
Title Title

Kick-start your day with a choice of a hot or continental breakfast, served between 7:30am and 8:30am. The day’s activities start with a Scenic Drift down the Atnarko River. This is the heart of the Coast Range Mountains where majestic peaks and glaciers tower above the verdant valley floor. Keep your eyes open for wildlife! The Atnarko is home to trout and 5 species of salmon, which sustain healthy populations of bald eagles, grizzly bears, river otters and black bears. Have your camera ready!

A delicious lunch will be served back at the lodge, after which your guide will take you for a hike on the Valley Loop Trail which is part of the historic Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail. In 1793, Sir Alexander Mackenzie, a young fur trader, was the first person to traverse the North American continent. He did this with a small party of only 8 people and a full 12 years before the much more famous Lewis and Clark expedition. He arrived in Bella Coola along this trail after canoeing and walking all the way from Montreal.

After the hike you will arrive back at the lodge in the late afternoon. There will be time before dinner to relax and enjoy some hors d’oeuvres on the sun deck of the lodge while exchanging stories of the day with your fellow guests.

Previous Next
BCE - Valley Tour
Title Title

The program for today is a tour of the Bella Coola Valley. You will see fantastic geography, pristine ecosystems and a rich First Nations heritage. After breakfast, your guide will drive you down valley to see a grove of ancient cedar trees on Walker Island. These trees are in excess of 800 years old and were used by the Nuxalk First Nation to smoke salmon and provide planking for their long houses. The cultural modifications are visible to this day. Bella Coola is Nuxalk First Nation territory, inhabitants of the valley for millennia and creators of a unique and vibrant artistic culture.

Lunch will be a picnic at Clayton Falls Park overlooking the fjord. 

Perhaps the day's highlight will be a tour with a member of the Nuxalk who will take us to the ancient petroglyphs. These petroglyphs (i.e. stone carvings) are hidden in a magical site tucked away in the woods. The carvings are estimated to be 3,000-5,000 years old and have been studied by the adventurer Thor Heyerdahl. You will also get to visit the Bella Coola town site to see the totem poles, to shop at the art gallery for First Nations jewellery and masks.

Previous Next
BCE - Full Day Nature Walk
Title Title

After breakfast it’s time to head out with your guide, a naturalist, for a Nature Walk in the old growth forests of Tweedsmuir Park, the largest provincial park in British Columbia.

Your guide will explain the ecology of the area and, as a highlight, show you how to track grizzly bears by pointing out various bear signs, including rub trees with claw and bite marks, and places the bears dig out in the forest floor for their naps called day beds.

Enjoy a packed lunch in the field.

In the afternoon, continue exploring Tweedsmuir Park with a drive on the Tote Road past old, abandoned homesteads brimming with character. This is prime wildlife habitat and animal sightings are common. At the end of the road there is a short, highly recommended hike to Stillwater Lake. This is a beautiful, pristine place that should not be missed!

 

BCE - Free of Choice Activity
Title Title

For this day you have the chance to select one of the following guide tours: 

 Or, choose one of these awesome add-on tours (extra cost);

Note: we strongly recommend pre-booking the above add-ons as we need to schedule specific guides. If you wait until you are at the lodge, there's a good chance you could miss out.

BCE - Rainbow Range Hike
Title Title

This day will take you up onto the Chilcotin Plateau for a hike on the stunning Rainbow Range trail. The peaks of the Rainbow Range “Tsitsutl” in the local dialect, meaning painted mountains, form an enormous dome of eroded lava and fragmented rock that presents an astonishing spectrum of reds, oranges, yellows, and lavenders. The colours are really spectacular!

It’s also lake country and there are hundreds of large and small lakes dotting the area. The Rainbow Range offers a strong contrast to the higher and more rugged Coast Mountains just a small distance to the west. It’s a very different ecological experience, with smaller pine and fir forests. In 2010 there were large fires in the area and a wide variety of alpine flowers, including asters, arnica and fireweed are reclaiming the ground in between the blackened burnt forest.

Previous Next
BCE - Departure Day
Title Title

We recommend one last visit to the Wildlife Viewing Station before your final breakfast with us.

Check-out is 11am. If you are flying out, take advantage of a leisurely morning in which you can enjoy the lodge property, make use of the spa and gym, play some lawn games, or simply relax before taking our shuttle back to the Bella Coola Airport for the flight back to Vancouver. If you are departing by ferry, we will arrange to drive you to the harbour.

Thank you for visiting us!

BCE - Arrival Day
Title Title

For those arriving by air via Pacific Coastal Airlines, enjoy the 70 minute mid-morning flight to Bella Coola, marvelling at the impressive Coast Range mountains and expansive fjord system as you fly overhead. On arrival at the Bella Coola Airport, our staff will greet you and transfer you the 45 minutes to the lodge, highlighting points of interest along the way.

After check-in there will be a short orientation of the lodge property and all the activities available. Enjoy a stroll down to the river, visit our Wildlife Viewing Station, go for a short hike on the Esker Trail through old growth forests, play a round of Frisbee golf, work out in the gym, soak in the hot-tub, walk the slack line, or simply relax on the deck of your cabin with a drink and enjoy the view of Mt. Stupendous and Mt. Mellikan.

 A delicious 3 course set menu is served at 7:00pm every night.

BCE - River Drift and Nature Walk
Title Title

Kick-start your day with a choice of a hot or continental breakfast, served between 7:30am and 8:30am. The day’s activities start with a Scenic Drift down the Atnarko River. This is the heart of the Coast Range Mountains where majestic peaks and glaciers tower above the verdant valley floor. Keep your eyes open for wildlife! The Atnarko is home to trout and 5 species of salmon, which sustain healthy populations of bald eagles, grizzly bears, river otters and black bears. Have your camera ready!

A delicious lunch will be served back at the lodge, after which your guide will take you for a hike on the Valley Loop Trail which is part of the historic Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail. In 1793, Sir Alexander Mackenzie, a young fur trader, was the first person to traverse the North American continent. He did this with a small party of only 8 people and a full 12 years before the much more famous Lewis and Clark expedition. He arrived in Bella Coola along this trail after canoeing and walking all the way from Montreal.

After the hike you will arrive back at the lodge in the late afternoon. There will be time before dinner to relax and enjoy some hors d’oeuvres on the sun deck of the lodge while exchanging stories of the day with your fellow guests.

Previous Next
BCE - Valley Tour
Title Title

The program for today is a tour of the Bella Coola Valley. You will see fantastic geography, pristine ecosystems and a rich First Nations heritage. After breakfast, your guide will drive you down valley to see a grove of ancient cedar trees on Walker Island. These trees are in excess of 800 years old and were used by the Nuxalk First Nation to smoke salmon and provide planking for their long houses. The cultural modifications are visible to this day. Bella Coola is Nuxalk First Nation territory, inhabitants of the valley for millennia and creators of a unique and vibrant artistic culture.

Lunch will be a picnic at Clayton Falls Park overlooking the fjord. 

Perhaps the day's highlight will be a tour with a member of the Nuxalk who will take us to the ancient petroglyphs. These petroglyphs (i.e. stone carvings) are hidden in a magical site tucked away in the woods. The carvings are estimated to be 3,000-5,000 years old and have been studied by the adventurer Thor Heyerdahl. You will also get to visit the Bella Coola town site to see the totem poles, to shop at the art gallery for First Nations jewellery and masks.

Previous Next
BCE - Full Day Nature Walk
Title Title

After breakfast it’s time to head out with your guide, a naturalist, for a Nature Walk in the old growth forests of Tweedsmuir Park, the largest provincial park in British Columbia.

Your guide will explain the ecology of the area and, as a highlight, show you how to track grizzly bears by pointing out various bear signs, including rub trees with claw and bite marks, and places the bears dig out in the forest floor for their naps called day beds.

Enjoy a packed lunch in the field.

In the afternoon, continue exploring Tweedsmuir Park with a drive on the Tote Road past old, abandoned homesteads brimming with character. This is prime wildlife habitat and animal sightings are common. At the end of the road there is a short, highly recommended hike to Stillwater Lake. This is a beautiful, pristine place that should not be missed!

 

BCE - Free of Choice Activity
Title Title

For this day you have the chance to select one of the following guide tours: 

 Or, choose one of these awesome add-on tours (extra cost);

Note: we strongly recommend pre-booking the above add-ons as we need to schedule specific guides. If you wait until you are at the lodge, there's a good chance you could miss out.

BCE - Rainbow Range Hike
Title Title

This day will take you up onto the Chilcotin Plateau for a hike on the stunning Rainbow Range trail. The peaks of the Rainbow Range “Tsitsutl” in the local dialect, meaning painted mountains, form an enormous dome of eroded lava and fragmented rock that presents an astonishing spectrum of reds, oranges, yellows, and lavenders. The colours are really spectacular!

It’s also lake country and there are hundreds of large and small lakes dotting the area. The Rainbow Range offers a strong contrast to the higher and more rugged Coast Mountains just a small distance to the west. It’s a very different ecological experience, with smaller pine and fir forests. In 2010 there were large fires in the area and a wide variety of alpine flowers, including asters, arnica and fireweed are reclaiming the ground in between the blackened burnt forest.

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BCE - Select your Activity
Title Title

For this day you have the chance to select one of the following activities:

  • Drift and Nature Walk
  • Full Day Nature Walk
  • Valley Tour
  • Rainbow Range Walk
BCE - Departure Day
Title Title

We recommend one last visit to the Wildlife Viewing Station before your final breakfast with us.

Check-out is 11am. If you are flying out, take advantage of a leisurely morning in which you can enjoy the lodge property, make use of the spa and gym, play some lawn games, or simply relax before taking our shuttle back to the Bella Coola Airport for the flight back to Vancouver. If you are departing by ferry, we will arrange to drive you to the harbour.

Thank you for visiting us!