Ripley Creek

BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

  • SLEEPS UP TO 24

  • PRICES FROM 10,800 CAD PER WEEK

 

THE LODGE

The second base of operations for Last Frontier Heliskiing is based at the Ripley Creek Inn in Stewart, a little old mining town on the border to Alaska. The terrain is exciting and offers long runs on glaciers and in open bowls as well as some of the most spectacular tree runs anywhere.

The inn is home to both guests and staff with meals served just across the street at the Bitter Creek Café. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, Queen size beds with down duvets, telephones and TVs. The Bitter Creek Café has an historic feel with a bistro style menu. You’re assured of some fine eclectic cuisine and for those who are keen, some sensational seafood.

If the conditions are unfavourable for flying, there are many entertaining activities in Stewart. Go fishing on the Portland Canal, visit historic museums for a history lesson or check-out any or all of the three local watering holes for a chance to meet some of the locals that call Stewart, BC their home.

LOCATION & ACCESS

  • Ripley Creek is situated in the heart of the Skeena Mountains on the Stewart Cassiar Highway [Hwy 37] in Northern British Columbia

  • The Lodge is an ideal stopover for those traveling to and from the Yukon/Alaska.

  • Located 220 miles (360 km) Northwest of Smithers, British Columbia.

FEATURES

  • The inn is home to both guests and staff with meals served just across the street at the Bitter Creek Café.

  • All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, queen size beds with down duvets, WiFi, telephones and TVs.

  • The Bitter Creek Café has an historic feel with a bistro style menu.

  • You’re assured of some fine eclectic cuisine and for those who are keen, some sensational seafood.