Mountain Cabin Facilities - Gold Bridge BC

Wilderness Adventure Cabin Rental

Are you ready to recharge in the true wilderness? 

More than a chalet or cottage, our rustic mountain cabins provide the perfect wilderness adventure to disconnect from the city and reconnect to yourself and nature.

Our cabins are only accessible by horse, hiking, or biking. All require you to be of moderate fitness.  Our Best For recommendations help you choose the camp that’s right for you and your group.

All our operations are focused on conservation to preserve the environment we are benefitting from. We encourage getting into the back country under your own steam, to minimize wildlife displacement due to motorized vehicles as well as limit noise and carbon pollution in the Chilcotin Ark. We encourage everyone to participate in citizen science through our Wildlife Sighting Forms, Conservation Projects, Habitat Enhancement, and Invasive Species Management initiatives. Find out more about our work through the Chilcotin Ark Institute.

Be sure to check government websites for more information about bear and cougar safety, fire bans, park restrictions, and trail etiquette. The more prepared you are the more enjoyable your experience will be. 

Wildlife Viewing Cabin
Wilderness Adventure
Horseback Riding Cabin

Experience a transformational journey by challenging yourself to a daily ride, bike, fish, or ski depending on each camps unique location. Trails start right from the campsite so you are always close to your next wilderness experience. Get back to basics by splitting firewood, packing pure mountain water from a nearby creek, making a campfire, and cooking outside. Enjoy the break from Wifi, cell service, and TV. 

Our cabins

Brett Creek Camp

Best For: Beginner Hikers, Intermediate Ski-touring
This easily accessible camp is a perfect introduction to back-country stays.

Leckie Camp

Best For: Beginner Hikers and Bikers
As one of our lowest elevation camps, Leckie is accessible for much of the year.

Spruce Lake Camp

Best For: Intermediate Hikers and Bikers
On the shores of Spruce Lake, this camp has excellent fishing. Boats, canoes and fishing gear are available to rent. 

Eldorado Camp

Bests For: Intermediate Hikers, Bikers, and Ski-Touring
This camp is ideally placed for access to the alpine for mountain goats and backcountry skiing.

Tyax Camp

Best For: Advanced Bikers and Hikers
Further from the main trails, this camp sees fewer visitors than some of our other areas, giving you a greater opportunity to explore the back-country.

Big Creek Camp

Best For: Advanced Bikers and Hikers
This is one of our most remote camps, it is away from the main park trails giving
you a fully immersive back-country wilderness experience.

Self Guided Cabin Circuit

Best For: Advanced Hikers and Biker

This back country cabin circuit is perfectly suited to a crew who wants to test their back country abilities.

Liza Camp

Best For: Intermediate Hikers and Horse Riders

With the trailhead close by, you can begin your back-country adventures easily.

Grizzly Camp

Best For: Intermediate Hikers and Horse Riders

As one of the more remote cabins, it’s a great way to expand your backcountry skills in intermediate terrain.

You can travel light when staying in our cabins. Our camps are fully equipped with propane stoves, cookware, and basic dry goods, all you need is your fresh food and personal gear. The campsite provides an authentic wilderness experience with a contained fire pit, and outhouse. If you’re looking to explore the South Chilcotin mountains from horseback, all our camps have hitching posts and as well as nearby grazing meadows to overnight your horses.

Are you looking for an adventure this summer and the opportunity to connect with nature while still working remotely?

We offer our mountain cabins in the remote back country of the South Chilcotin Mountains that allow you to continue working remotely while the wilderness awaits you just one step out the door. Being in a remote place allows you to create your own work-life balance in connection with nature and all its benefits. Experience a transformational journey by challenging yourself to a daily hike, bike or fishing trip depending on each cabins unique location. Trails start right from the cabin, so you are always close to your next wilderness experience. Get back to basics by splitting firewood, packing pure mountain water from a nearby creek, making a campfire, and cooking outside. 

Contact us for more information about the WiFi access. For however long your break from the city needs to be, we rent our cabins on a monthly basis. 

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