Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, Tofino, BC
The Wilderness Outpost at Bedwell River.
Clayoquot Wilderness Resort promises discriminating travelers a world-renowned
ultra-luxurious eco-resort, four-star accommodation, otherworldly
coastal cuisine, super natural adventure, and some of the most breathtakingly
beautiful wilderness frontier left on the planet.
The Wilderness Outpost at Bedwell River promises you both indulgent
luxury and remote, untamed BC wilderness. This is the quintessential
marriage of soft adventure and soft beds - of childhood wishes and
grown-up dreams come true. An enclave of great white canvas deluxe
guest and family suite tents, plus dining, spa, and lounge tents,
steamy cedar hot tubs, meditation decks and secluded outdoor massage
platforms offers visitors a taste of how the fortunate spent their
summers 'roughing it' some one hundred years ago. No matter how
remote the Outpost at Bedwell River may first appear, this is an
ultra-luxurious, 21st-century-eco-safari style wilderness playground.
Clayoquot Sound is rich in natural and aboriginal history
and our guided
activities include horseback riding, whale and bear watching, salt
and fresh water fishing, kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, Hot Springs Cove day treks, and naturalist hikes. You can also head
out on your own equipped with state-of-the-art gear and expert instruction.
Explore and find adventure in and around the Outpost as you go kayaking,
canoeing, mountain biking, hiking, fishing, and wildlife viewing.
Clayoquot Sound is world famous for more than big trees - there's big feisty
fish here too. From May through September is BC salmon time - find
Coho (silver salmon) and sea bass. In the heat of the summer, giant
Tyee (king salmon) reign supreme, and deep sea halibut are prolific
from March through September. Fresh water fishing is also spectacular
and the scenery alone is worth the trip. The Clayoquot river systems
percolate with winter and spring steelhead and sea-run cutthroat
trout. Prime fly and spinning seasons vary with spring hatches and
near Tofino and Clayoquot Sound on
Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.
A wilderness so lush and exotic, so dense with visible wildlife
that National Geographic magazine deemed it an upside-down
rainforest (Feb, 2002).
food and beverage service, world-class amenities, sumptuous
interiors, and super natural adventure, leave nothing wanting,
no detail undone.
Geographic Traveler magazine calls the resort "rusticating
luxury". We call it home and we know you will too.