Oded Goffer sends a link.
Nuk Tessli is a remote lodge ideally situated for hikers.
You can fly in from Nimpo Lake, “Floatplane capital of BC”, near Tweedsmuir National Park.
30 years ago the first cabins were built by an amazing lady who lived here alone through winters and summers for 23 of those years.
Doron and Sela, the current owners of the cabins, have spent much time and efforts in the past 7 years in order to build and improve the cabins. In addition they made sure to explore this untouched natural resort, marking new trails without hurting the gentle environmental.
Click over to NukTessli.com for more information.
And costs. Room and board there costs $175 CAD / person / day in 2018. Price of the flight around $100 CAD – $150 CAD depending on number of people.
The Coast Mountains are the great, relatively unexplored part of Canada. So close to Vancouver yet so little visited. I can’t think of a better way to get there.