Special Offers


Book a minimum 2 night stay and receive a gift from us!  Choose one of the following offers:
  1. 40% off a scenic Guided Hike conducted by our knowledgeable resident expert on the Chilcotin, Petrus Rykes.  A fascinating way to learn about the area while seeing the sights!   OR
  2. Enjoy 2 delicious entrees for the price of 1 in our spectacular Crystal Room!  Dining in the wilderness has never been better.

Another great reason to experience British Columbia's amazing Chilcotin.
You won't regret it.


Spectacular Floatplane Tours

Relax in the comfort of Eagle's Nest Resort and fly to the mountaintops in these
one-of-a-kind wilderness experiences!


 Hunlen FallsTurner Lake

Turner Lake and Hunlen Falls

Situated at the top of a huge escarpment (bluff), Turner Lake in Tweedsmuir Provincial Park is surrounded by spectacular mountain scenery.  At the end of the lake is Hunlen Falls, the third highest free falling waterfall in Canada, tumbling in more than a 1,000 foot vertical drop to Lonesome Lake far below.  There are two short hikes that begin where the float-plane drops you off, each providing magnificent views of the surrounding area and an opportunity to experience the awesome grandeur of the falls.

An experienced licensed guide can accompany you on this journey, and with his extensive knowledgeable of the area and its history he helps to make your once-in-a-lifetime experience here come to life.  For an independent travel blogger's experience of the falls, click here.

Fish Lake

Monarch Icefields

At the top of the Pacific Coast Mountain Range, only minutes by air from Eagle's Nest Resort, are the Monarch Icefields.  These are the largest icefields in North America outside of the Arctic Circle, and an amazing sight considering that they are so close to the beautiful summer weather you left behind at Anahim Lake.

Fly between massive mountain peaks and see rivers of glacier tumble down the mountainside like a giant roadway.  It is an experience you won't soon forget.

Ape LakeApe Lake

This grey-green alpine lake, nestled in the mountaintops at the edge of the massive Monarch Ice Fields, is fed by a glacier that spills down from the peak of Mount Jacobson.  It is an easy hike to reach the foot of the glacier, or simply take in the spectacular peaks and deep canyons that spread out grandly from your perch at the top of the Pacific Coast Range.  Terrific views are available from many locations around this lake.  As a bonus, the flight to the lake crosses the Monarch Ice Fields along the way.

The Rainbow Mountains
Flightseeing Tours

See these sights from the air in a legendary Beaver floatplane.  Tours can be arranged to view any or all of the Rainbow Mountains, Hunlen Falls, and the Monarch Ice Fields.  The Rainbow Mountains (pictured) are very old volcanic mountains, heavily mineralized, and so colourful they were known by the early indiginous peoples as the Painted Mountains or "the mountains that bleed".

A flightseeing tour to all three of these unique and spectacular sights is about 1 1/4 hours in length.

Spectacular and unforgettable wilderness experiences!
Eagle's Nest can help you to arrange any of these day trips by float plane in conjunction with your stay.  Prices start from as low at $165 per person (4 people sharing aircraft).

Or enjoy the many other Sights in the area.
Call us for more information
1-800-742-9055   or   250-742-3707



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