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We wanted to visit this place before they were mosquitos, kids out of school, salmon in the Rivers, and bears. You know when it is quiet... And it was... The "Hill" is no big deal if you know how to drive and shift down... And...More
Beautiful place with lots of idyllic hidden gems.. There is a very steep hill down to get here which is easy if you remember to gear down at the start of the hill. The weather is changeable here so bring your rain jacket even in...More
This park has great potential on many areas just to go and hike. We did a multi day trip into the Rainbow Hills and some of the Alexander Mackenzie Trail. In some places not much of trail markings, and facilities, just follow the topo map...More
WOW! WOW! Go in September and plan to stay for at least a couple hours, if not a few days. Seriously, bring a chair and a book. The longer you're there the more bears you will see. One of the most spectacular things I've ever...More
Having only driven through a brief part of this park, what we have seen is absolutely beautiful. The view at the top of Heckman Pass is breathtaking.. This part of British Columbia should be experienced at least once.
We drove through Tweedsmuir Prov Park from Bella Coola on Hwy 20. The park has some stunning views of the mountains. Also impressive is driving "the hill." "The Hill" is a 18% grade gravel road that leads out of the Bella Coola valley and ends...More
A beautiful park, with Glaciers, Rainbow Range and Hunlen Falls.
Full of wildlife, we saw mountain goats and cariboes. Hunlen falls can be seen from the air either from Hagensborg via Bella Coola Air Ltd or via Stewarts lodge at Nimpo lake.
Most excursions are...More
We visited this platform which is situated about 40 minutes drive from Hagensborg four times September 19th to 22nd. From that direction it is situated about 1 mile on the right after the turn for Tweedsmuir Lodge.
The platform is open during peak Grizzly Bear...More
We spent 8 wonderful days riding and camping in the Tweedsmuir Park and Rainbow Mountain Range without seeing any sign of civilization. Thanks to 'Rainbow Mountain Outfitting' and Leslie Dorsey and the Jorgenson sisters Aileen, Maria and Ida we had an unforgettable experience. It was...More
Although our River Float was a little short on bears (we only saw 2), the experience was wonerful. Our guide, Les, was knowledgeable and experienced. His story telling ability made the day interesting and educational.