Clearwater River Chalet is a handcrafted, log cabin built in 1991 and located adjacent to Wells Gray Provincial Park, a gigantic wilderness area near Clearwater, two hours north of Kamloops in central British Columbia, Canada. This secluded rental cabin is situated on 120 hectares (300 acres) of private land beside the Clearwater River. From the chalet deck, you can enjoy a splendid view up the river with no other human habitation in sight. You will enjoy hiking a network of hiking trails that radiate from the Chalet. And if you prefer trout fishing, the deep pools of the river produce some excellent catches. Clearwater River Chalet was designed as a wilderness retreat for people seeking vacations in an isolated area away from modern distractions. Here you will find no television, no telephone, no cell phone service, no newspaper and poor radio reception. And you can't even drive to the Chalet. Access is by a 30-minute walk from the end of a private 2 km road off the park road.
Wells Gray Gateway Guesthouse is a handcrafted log cabin built in 1998 and designed as a retreat for people who seek a peaceful vacation in a rural setting yet want privacy, convenient access and modern amenities. The Gateway Guesthouse is also located adjacent to Wells Gray Provincial Park, near Clearwater, British Columbia. The Wells Gray Gateway Guesthouse is situated on 120 hectares (300 acres) of private land bordering the Clearwater River, so you have plenty of space to roam. If you enjoy hiking, you will find dozens of trails nearby, some on the property, and many more that are accessible near by. Enjoy trout fishing the river and nearby Clearwater and Azure Lakes. Fabulous cross country skiing, snowshoeing, tobogganing and snowman-making are a few fun winter activities that await you!
Two comfortable rental cabins offer your choice of secluded get-away vacations.