Enjoy hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, fishing and wildlife watching on this multi-sport trip into Spatsizi Wilderness Park in BC. Nestled in the northface of the Eaglenest Mountains is Cold Fish Lake. At the north end of the lake is Bug Lake, your base camp for the duration of the trip. This is the gateway to the spectacular Eaglenest Range, home of Osborne caribou, Stone sheep, mountain goat, moose, grizzly, wolf, and wolverine. Hike vast meadows brilliantly colored with wild flowers, reach alpine vistas, view and photograph wildlife or fly fish for wild rainbows.
In the heart of the Eaglenest mountains stay in our cozy log cabins, and enjoy the comforts of our showerhouse and hearty home-cooked meals. Depart daily on horseback into the spectacular Eaglenest Range. Explore rugged valleys and observe wildlife in their undisturbed natural habitat. Hike in alpine meadows, brilliantly colored with wild flowers. Or spend a day fishing for Rainbow Trout, Bull Trout or Arctic Grayling. Each night return to our comfortable base camp. If desired, you have an option to spend several nights in the mountains on a horsepack trip. This expedition is designed for people who enjoy riding but do not want to camp out for a whole week. These trips offer plenty of time to relax, hike, photograph wildflowers and wildlife.
Spatsizi Plateau Wilderness Park is one of British Columbia's largest and most significant parks and encompasses more than 675,000 hectares of untouched wilderness. A portion of the central part of the park has been designated as the Gladys Lake Ecological Reserve. Supported within the park are large populations of wildlife including moose, caribou, goat, Stone sheep, grizzly, black bears, wolves, wolverine, beavers, hoary marmots and more than 140 species of birds. The Park is located 200 air miles north of Smithers, British Columbia. This area, over 3600 square miles, is not accessible by road; the only access is via air or an extensive journey by river boat, pack horse or foot.