We are surrounded by trails, lakes and peaks! You can choose your own adventure, or we can point you in the right direction. You could walk for weeks and not see it all. Be sure to familiarise yourself with the weather and safe wildlife practices. 


With hundreds if not thousands of kilometers of forest service roads and trails accessible from the front gate, you’ll never tire of exploring the area. You can travel to high country lakes and mountains. You’ll also likely see some wildlife in the clear cuts and woods.


We have plenty of roads and trails to explore right out of the gate. Or, within a 10-minute drive, you can be at the Stake lake area which has dedicated mountain bike trails.


What better way to explore than on a horse.


WATCH THIS SPACE! A corral part of our development So in the near future, if you would like to bring your horse to the resort, we will have a fenced area with a water trough to keep them happy and safe. We intend to have plenty of hay on hand too.


Situated in region 3, management unit 19 we have general open seasons on:


  • Moose

  • Mule Deer

  • White Tail Deer

  • Black Bear

  • Cougar

  • Wolf

  • Lynx

  • Bobcat

  • Coyote

  • Grouse

  • Pheasant

  • Ptarmigan

  • Snowshoe Hare

  • Geese

  • Ducks


With a mixture of forested areas and cutblocks, this makes easy access for hunting. There is also an opportunity to get out of the truck and search off the beaten path for a big bull, a 5x5 or a 6’+ colour phase. They’re out there!   


Consult the B.C hunting regulations for up to date information on open seasons.


Grab a book from our library and, depending on the season, curl up near the fire, or cool off by the lake. Make a picnic and sit with the family, take a stroll on the easy trails, watch the sunrise on the lake with a coffee or sip some wine while looking up at the stars. Just forget about the day to day stuff.


Take in the beautiful landscapes, wilderness, and wildlife through your lens. The resort has cell service, so you can capture your adventure and get your photos up online as they happen. Or just turn the phone off and enjoy the peace, the decision is yours.