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For kayakers young and old this is a truly unique way to connect with the BC coastal waters of the Broughton's. The area is alive with whales, dolphins, eagles, otters/mink, rock cod and more. Crabs, starfish, anemones, jelly fish and kelp ecosystems are easily observed...More
Here is an opportunity to truly experience the unspoiled B.C. Coast from a kayak. Whales, dolphins, eagles, mink, and more. It's all plentiful in the Broughton's.
Bruce and team provide a safe, yet adventuresome way to see it all. Bruce is an encyclopedia of knowledge....More
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Response from BruceMcMorran, Owner at Paddler's InnResponded 4 days ago
It was a delight to have your well organized group visit the Broughton, and we hope to see you again. Have a great summer, and thank you for supporting our business.
Remote, solitary and absolutely breaking taking location on the edge of the Broughton Archipelago. Great for couples, groups and families during the months of summer and fall.
A variety of accommodations is available. Water taxi trip into the Inn is excellent.
Bruce and Josée run a wonderful little place with most of the accommodations on floats! We stayed in the Floathouse Cabin which is a rustic little cabin with BBQ, cooler and stove right on the water (literally right on the water). Paddler's Inn is a...More
We set off from Telegraph Cove and paddled for 6 days through the Broughtons, finishing up at the paddlers. After a truly incredible paddle with masses of wildlife, and beautiful wild camping sites it would have been easy for any roof over your head to...More
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US$60 - US$225 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Response from BruceMcMorran | Property representative |
Most people drive to Telegraph Cove or fly to Port Hardy and then we transport folks from there to our lodge location. All of our accommodations have well equipped kitchens for you to prepare your own meals. Some times... More
Most people drive to Telegraph Cove or fly to Port Hardy and then we transport folks from there to our lodge location. All of our accommodations have well equipped kitchens for you to prepare your own meals. Some times catered dinners are available depending on # of people and scheduling considerations. I am happy to assist you with any trip planning questions that you may have. Bruce. Ph 250-230-0088
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"The floating house was a great space family and friends"