Fly Fishing Glamping Camp with a Shared Kitchen Yurt in British ColumbiaCanadian Rockies, British Columbia (Canada) view map
Description of Glamping Units
The tented cabin rentals offered at this property are inviting and warm, framed and paneled in tongue and groove pine, and offer a cozy canvas exterior. These tented cabins can each sleep up to four guests. They come with a queen-size bed and a single bed, with unique hand-crafted log baseboards. The beds come set with a three-inch memory foam, as well as linens, pillows, and duvets. The cabins are bright, clean, and well kept. All cabins are furnished with wood stoves for a little extra warmth during those cooler spring or autumn nights. The tented cabins are surrounded by spectacular, towering mountain peaks and glaciers.
There are also two outdoor flush toilets and a utility shed housing a solar power system that runs the fridges and freezers, lighting, pressurized water system, stereo, and a few other utilities located on site. Guests will have a shared kitchen yurt, dining yurt and shower yurt on site. Read More
- Double bed
- Linens provided
Facilities include an onsite dining yurt, a kitchen yurt, a shower yurt, and a guide shack. Guests will also have
- Deck or balcony
- Shared bathroom
- Shared kitchen
These cabins come with complimentary meals including, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Guests will be required to take a helicopter in order to arrive at this secluded site.
For guests looking to fly in by helicopter, as opposed to hiking. Flights to this property occur Mondays and Fridays. Please inquire with the host regarding helicopter packages, which range from four to eight days. Read More
Location + Surroundings
This property is located along Fortress Lake in a remote valley in British Columbia and nestled in Hamber Provincial Park. Guests will be along the sandy shoreline of a vivid blue-green mountain lake and near Fortress Lake, at about 11 kilometers long and just over one kilometer wide. Nestled among over 10,000 foot peaks and glaciers of the Canadian Rockies, this glamping site is an exceptional escape.
This property is the perfect place for some outdoor activity or just some simple rest and relaxation. Fortress Lake is located in Hamber Provincial Park. Hamber Park is set just alongside Jasper National Park. The surroundings are very much secluded, as there are no roads, no industrial activity, and no motorized ground access. The only access is by helicopter or by a hike. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 15 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
This property serves five-star meals. Breakfasts consists of omelets, homemade pancakes with a variety of berries, real maple syrup, as well as egg dishes–like frittatas or Eggs Benedict. Fresh muffins are served still hot from the oven and they provide yogurt, fresh fruit, and homemade jams.
Lunch can either be an in or out experience, depending on the weather and guests' desire. On poor weather days, the hosts will prepare hot meals of soup, chili, or stews with fresh rolls, beer bread, or biscuits. For those wishing to fish, hike, or paddle all day, the host will offer packed lunches.
For dinner, the hosts will prepare beef tenderloin, pork tenderloin, rack of lamb, and ribs. Enjoy your favorite items while relaxing with a beverage of your choice. We serve a complimentary glass of wine with supper. Read More
Activities in the nearby valley include, kayaking, canoeing, and hiking alpine trails. With 25 kilometers of shoreline to paddle and three great hikes available, guests will have no shortage of outdoor adventure. The on site guides will help glampers with navigation and can even provide guests with a knowledgeable guide. Hikers can begin jaunts to the alpine along Fortress Lake before spending many enjoyable hours traversing the shadows of old growth forest. Many shaded, mossy hollows provide homes for interesting plants and flowers that can be examined during this journey, and time passes quickly before finally reaching timberline and the marvelous amphitheaters and rambling alpine meadows of the higher peaks and ridges. The views of the towering peaks, glaciers, and lake are amazing, making sightseeing an activity all on its own.