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​Some of the BEST camping, hiking, canoeing and fishing resides in the backcountry of the Chicoltin. Create an adventure for you and your crew to enjoy!

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TURNER LAKE CANOE CHAIN

 

On the eastern edge of Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, at 3,500 feet stretches a chain of lakes which flow into Turner Lake and ultimately over Hunlen Falls. Seven lakes connected by a stream hidden between the Coastal Mountains that are all accessible by canoe. You can rent a canoe for the day, or add a cabin and stay for a week. 

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OUTPOST CAMPS

Lots of opportunity to 'get away from it all' at a backcountry outpost destination of your choice... from a rustic cabin on a lake all to yourself and the wildlife that call the lake home, to a high-end full service lodge catering to your every whim and desire while you are in the backcountry. It will be an experience of a lifetime and whet your appetite for more!

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BACK COUNTRY HIKING

Hike to your heart's content in our backcountry... follow a stream in the Turner Lake chain or to the bluffs to view Hunlen Falls; for the more adventuresome, trek the high alpine lakes of Panorama Ridge. We also fly out hikers to the historic 'Grease Trail'... the Rainbow Mountains, remote and colourful, a photographer's dream come true.

 

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CANOEING, DRIFTING & RAFTING

In addition to the Turner Lake chain via Tweedsmuir Wilderness Camp, the Dean and Blackwater Rivers await those who enjoy canoeing, rafting or drifting wilderness waters for adventure and, of course, fly fishing for wild rainbows... the 'angle' is off the charts! Sections on these rivers will make your paddling trip one to remember!

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FLY OUT FISHING

 

Tweedsmuir Air Services is 'the source' for fly out fishing in the West Chilcotin. Whether it's flying drive-in customers or guests staying at one of the lodges we fly for - rest assured, you will be in for the wild rainbow trout fishing adventure you imagined. And there's more... dolly varden if you're looking for larger fish, or brilliant coastal cutts and cutt'bows!

 

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