Black Bear Resort

1812 Campbell Way, Port McNeill, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0N 2R0, Canada | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Port McNeill

One night stand

A travel blog entry by tricab


... machines and the threat of blasting took the shine off the notion of an over-night stay. Clear-cuts, fish farms and the disorderly remains of both, abandoned after the profit-taking has diminished, seems to typify what the skipper remembers as pristine 12 years ago.

The 2 hours spent in Johnston Strait today could have been ugly in the ...

A Mountain New Year's

A travel blog entry by jenniferklm


... Jim and I head off for a walk in the lightly falling snow and tour the little clusters of cabins including a big new one on a hill overlooking the lake and the ski hill just built by the Alert Bay native band, the Namgis. There's enough snow to make everything looked wintery and defined - the moss growing like beards on the trees, the black water streams burbling through the stark white of the snow, the red and orange twigs poking up ...

Back of beyond

A travel blog entry by mbrom


... the main industry and the logs in the river provided some great photographic opportunities but the only people we saw were the folks on the wharf fishing for pink salmon. One little boy caught one while we were there.Next morning we headed out early to Telegraph Bay. A heavy sea fog hung about the mountains down to the road-it was quite eerie.
Telegraph Bay basically shuts down in winter but in Summer ...

Day 11, Last Day of our Kayak Tour :(

A travel blog entry by todd_and_bec


... They are really quite heavy and the only way you could tell which side was which is that the mouth hole had kind of teethy looking things on it.... So as we were handing the Cucumber around we thought we would give to it Wolfgang, he was most resistent, but of course we insisted, we found that Wolfgang was very intolerant to anything that he had to touch, this was endearing and entertaining concurrently as he would squeal and laugh that ...

Day 10, Johnstone Strait - Base Camp

A travel blog entry by todd_and_bec


... and Todd. As we were already looking along the rock faces, we couldn't really move any further back....we were supposed to be 100 meters away from the Orcas at all times......but there was really nowhere for us to go . It was like we were all collectively holding our breath. The Orca didn't seem the least bit worried about our presence, I suppose being the top of the food chain gives you that confidence! After they had gone, we all just let out a collective ...


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