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

    Oscar, Oscar, Oscar

    A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Sep 05, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... Another ninety minutes passed with no sighting of people in the water.

    Finally, the PA crackled again. "Ladies and Gentlemen, this is Captain Goran speaking. We have found no evidence of a person or people in the water and have come to the conclusion, in consultation with the United States Coast Guard, that what our passenger saw was most likely not people but dolphins. We have been released from our search and rescue procedures and will be recovering ...

    Back to Port Hardy from the Great Bear Rainforest

    A travel blog entry by gptimson on Sep 04, 2013

    9 photos

    Today is our last day at the Great Bear Lodge and we have loved every minute of our time here. We have had over 30 sightings of bears, we've seen playful otters and seals, seen mother Grizzly Bears and their cubs (cub of the year cubs and yearling cubs- that means cubs born six and 18 months ago - so cute and playful) . We watched the mothers catch salmon to feed their cubs and to teach them how to fish for themselves. We've watched bears ...

    More water time

    A travel blog entry by spyderwolfe on Jul 28, 2013

    12 photos

    ... is operated by BC Ferries. The previous one from Juneau to Prince Rupert is operated by Alaskan Marine Hwy System. The BC Ferry ship is very new. This is due to the fact that they sunk one about 5 years ago on this route, from negligence. They went straight when they should have zigged. Two people died and the ship is in 1200 feet of water, The court case was recently settled.
    So much to tell ...

    Alaskan Taster - The Cruise Begins!

    A travel blog entry by shaeh on Sep 16, 2012

    1 comment, 6 photos


    The day arrived for us to board our Alaskan Cruise. Getting through US immigration proved a little harrowing again due to my Osoyoos faur paux border crossing. I was taken into a small room off the side for my fingerprint details to be 'checked out'.. After a nerve-racking wait a US Officer finally came out and proceeded laughing at me. 'So you crossed the border.... without your passport?...." I confirmed that was true "Yes, we crossed by accident." ...

    Goletas Channel

    A travel blog entry by pendzi on Jul 01, 2012

    1 comment

    ... before making the trip around Cape Scott.

    For dinner we had some `left-over` Yelloweye Rock Fish that Dad picked up (scavenged) from one of the fishermen in ************ Thursday. Apparently the charters only keep the fillets but Dad was able to pull a bit of meat from the pectorals and gill plates that typically get tossed into the chuck. Scraps were put into the crab trap that we dropped into the water right off of the side of the public dock.


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