Welcome to West Coast Wilderness Lodge British Columbia
By Ron Finney
The West Coast Wilderness Lodge is a cliff-side resort on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, with fantastic views of the fjord-filled expanse of the Inside Passage. It is an excellent headquarters to explore a pristine region full of marine mammals, fish, seabirds, eagles, bears and other creatures. The region is a scenic treasure where 9,000 foot mountains plunge to the sea, adorned with numerous waterfalls, snowy peaks and unique salt water rapids.
The West Coast Wilderness Lodge Resort is full of ambiance with its large rugged main lodge and numerous cozy cabins overlooking the sea. The broad deck of the lodge leaves visitors agape as they take in the world class vista that stretches out before them. The lodge feels remote, and nature dominates. But it is an easy connection from Vancouver via BC Ferry, a scenic three hour drive, or an even quicker yet visually stunning trip from Vancouver or Seattle via float plane companies like of Kenmore or Salt Spring Air.
West Coast Wilderness Lodge provides a total destination experience. Luxurious accommodations in nature’s playground offer the perfect environment to play hard, relax, enjoy world-class dining, and choose from a large number of guided wilderness experiences guaranteed to thrill. Recreation opportunities include an exhilarating Zodiac tour through Princess Louisa Inlet to Chatterbox Falls, guided kayak tours of nearby islands teaming with sea life, kayaking the scenic Tsuni River, a forest hike to the unique Skookumchuck Rapids, archery and mountain-biking. The guides are very knowledgeable, the lodge owner himself, is a former environmental sciences instructor. The staff is courteous, hospitable and eager to please.
West Coast Wilderness Lodge British Columbia is perfect for weekend getaways, marine adventures, beautiful weddings, reunions, corporate meetings and retreats. The staff will be pleased to help you plan your next adventure or event. See and experience more by viewing our video above. The pictures below are all frames from our video. Learn more at the WCWL website.