North Coast Trail Backpacker's Hostel

8635 Granville St, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V3X1L5, Canada | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 8635 Granville St, Port Hardy, is near Great Bear Rainforest.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews North Coast Trail Backpacker's Hostel Port Hardy

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    Travel Blogs from Port Hardy

    We Have No Idea Where We Are!

    A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 03, 2013

    40 photos

    ... had one cab, and because we had to get bags, that wasn't going to work. What's the back up plan? Well, they have an old school bus with a few seats out in the back . . . into which they load people and bags . . . and stop at all of the hostels, campsites, and hotels between the ferry and the town site . . . we were the last ones on . . . holding out for a cab . . . no luck. So we piled in.

    There were a whole bunch of people who had no idea where they were or where they ...

    Bears Bears Bears

    A travel blog entry by lmc193 on Jun 24, 2013

    4 photos

    ... the trip had an awesome camera and caught all the little movements and looked like he was standing next to the bears! I think its got something to do with shutter speed…..I really need to look into cameras!
    After nearly a full day bear spotting we were about to leave when another female, Bella, appeared out of the trees with her two 4 month old cubs…..they were so cute and she gave us the full bear display….standing on a rock and then standing up ...

    Fishing Port Hardy B.C.

    A travel blog entry by nmailhot on Jul 29, 2012

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... making it an early day and would go along with whatever he wanted to do. The engine did not cooperate with the idea to limp and fish our way home so Captain Bill made a call to Ken the owner of Codfathers to bring his boat to tow us back. To pass the time Bill thought we should drift along and bottom fish for Cod and Black Bass, this would kill the 2 hrs or so we would have to wait to be rescued. The Skipper engaged in light conversation told us ...

    A Day of Rest

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_karen on Jun 26, 2012

    12 photos

    I mentioned in yesterday’s journal that there was a good outcome from the delay in getting underway from Vancouver. There is a very narrow passage near the Campbell River in the Strait of Georgia called Seymour Narrows which the ship normally traverses in the middle of the night. This time, however, the passage occurred closer to 4AM when it was just starting to get light, so Dan got up before ...

    Hello Port Hardy!

    A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality on Apr 25, 2012

    63 photos

    ... renovated into accommodations only suitable during the warmer months. Inside, the cold concrete gives the hostel a slight chill combated with a warm, cozy atmosphere and, of course, heaters. I'm shown the way to the large 6-bed dorm room of which I am the only occupant. I was told that there were 3 other people in the hostel on my first night but I never ran into them so I felt like I had the whole place to myself.

    Grocery shopping is difficult in ...