West Coast Wilderness Lodge
West Coast Wilderness Lodge, Sunshine Coast & Desolation Sound, Canada
West Coast Wilderness Lodge is an undiscovered jewel on the west coast of Canada. Located on the northern tip of the Sunshine Coast, 145km northwest of Vancouver, the lodge is tucked amidst cedars and firs, with spectacular views of the Pacific coast.
There are 20, recently refurbished rooms and suites. Each of the suites features a king size bed with lovely down duvets, a window-side seating area and a private balcony overlooking either the forest or the ocean. Dining at Inlets restaurant is a truly unique experience, it offers exceptional views and specialises in fresh West Coast cuisine, using local and organic ingredients. The restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Close by is the coastal village of Egmont, a small village dating back to early European settlement but with an older First Nations history. Princess Louisa Inlet and the Skookumchuck Rapids are also accessible from the lodge by sea-plane or boat. Kayaking tours, wildlife tours and marine excursions, such as the Princess Louisa Inlet tour are available to take you to true wilderness locations. For the more adventurous, you may wish to fly to a mountain lake for a canoe trip, or take a helicopter to a mountain top and hike in the alpine meadows.
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