C&N Backpackers Port Hardy

8740 Main St, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0N 2P0, Canada | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 8740 Main St, Port Hardy, is near Great Bear Rainforest.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Hardy

    Back to Port Hardy from the Great Bear Rainforest

    A travel blog entry by gptimson on Sep 04, 2013

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    ... and we did a six km walk along a logging trail and followed a 'Bear Highway' into the rain forest to check out a bear 'rub tree', 'wallow' and a 'bear day bed'. We even learnt how to do the 'Bear Stomp' which lets other bears know that I'm here. An interesting thing the guides do when out walking is to call out 'hey bear' so that they don't surprise the bears - not to scare them away. You need a Canadian accent of course!

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    More water time

    A travel blog entry by spyderwolfe on Jul 28, 2013

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    ... great to meet. First they were riding a real quality machine, a Can-Am Spyder. They are from Las Vegas. It was my great pleasure to meet them and we had a good time. This included their adopting me as their "son" and getting me into the first class section of the ship with the cool seats. This was in the bow of the ship with windows all around. The worst part was not getting our pedicures on time. I ...

    Bears Bears Bears

    A travel blog entry by lmc193 on Jun 24, 2013

    4 photos

    ... But not in the swaying palm trees and aqua colour water type beautiful, its wild and rugged beauty, here you are in true wilderness! Telegraph Cove is a tiny boardwalk village of a handful of houses, a lodge and various tourism outfits! It sits on the entrance of Johnstone strait, which runs into the Queen Charlotte Strait! The area is littered with small islands, inlets of calm water all leading to the pacific ocean! I guessed we may have been doing something to do ...

    Alaskan Taster - The Cruise Begins!

    A travel blog entry by shaeh on Sep 16, 2012

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... cuisine is excellent. Nearly every appetite has been catered for from escargot to soufflé , lobster to rib eyes steak. Breakfast and lunch is an open buffet style offering. My only criticism would be whether this is two much. There are roughly 1,800 passengers on board and about 800 staff. The cruise line claims to produce over 9,000 meals a day I can't help wondering how much of this food is wasted.

    Our cabin is windowless but very comfortable and ...

    Port Hardy - The Trip Begins!

    A travel blog entry by pendzi on Jun 30, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... East side of Hardy Bay. From there, it was about a $20 ride into town at The Quarterdeck Marina where I met Dad grinning ear-to-ear at about 12:30pm. He’s been here since Mom left on Wednesday and I think he’s getting a bit shore-sick and wants to get moving again. Money seems to be spent easily when your ashore.

    On the way down to the dock we watched a few fishermen showing off their ‘catches of the day’ – lots of Yelloweyed Rock Fish and a ...