Enjoy a variety of outdoor pursuits at this wilderness fly-in lodge in the Northwest Territories. This lodge is located between Duncan and Graham Lakes, only a 15 minute floatplane ride north east of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. The lodge features great sport fishing, brilliant opportunities for outdoor adventure and knowledgeable friendly staff. The lakes and streams offer the finest lake trout, northern pike and arctic grayling in the region.
The natural beauty of the Northern Canadian Wilderness is pristine and your hosts are committed to providing you with the best of nature and ensuring the same for those who follow. In this land where you can still drink water straight from the lakes; guests have the opportunity to participate in a wilderness experience of their lifetime.
The sport fishing is second to none. The lakes are teeming with lake trout. The rivers full of arctic grayling and the bays are home to huge northern pike. Jumbo lake whitefish populate the lakes and mountain whitefish in the rivers. Guests come to the lodge for the best freshwater sport fishing in the NWT. Take a guide or go out on your own. A guide will take you to some of the best places and teach you about the natural history of the region. You will be met on the lake at designated locations for our famous Canadian shore lunch.
The lake is an excellent location for canoeing and kayaking. Flat water canoeing or kayaking will quietly allow you to experience the solitude of the north. See the wildlife and waterfowl as you paddle through their wilderness. The Northwest Territories are spectacular; and to view the land and water from a canoe or kayak is truly amazing. Canoeing and pioneering are what built this county. Explore the waters and view the flora and fauna. Beaver, otters and muskrats all make their homes along the banks of our rivers.
Head out for the day on a wonder hiking excursion starting right from the main lodge. The lodge has many marked hiking trails that will take you through the forest and up some of out large rock hills to where the view really is breath taking. The trails near the lodge are well marked, but some of the other outlying trails are not. Most trails are easy to moderate, but each trail has it's own degree of difficultly.