West Coast Wilderness Lodge
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of West Coast Wilderness Lodge
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews West Coast Wilderness Lodge Egmont
Travel Blogs from Egmont
... and I tried to join the Crew Walking Activity at 9 but after a few little wrong turns I made it a 9.06 and had missed the group so I did my 4 laps (2 kms) of the walking track at my own pace. It was cold and windy out on Deck 6 but there were lots of intrepid walkers and joggers and I liked it because it was a completely even surface I could look out into the ocean in my constant search for a whale. I had left Mac in the cabin to have his shower and ...
And just below us a seal colony in the water
As well as CJ having a visit from the local bandit family..
Peering up to see if there was anything they could steal..
Other than her ...
... competing globally, so it was a very interesting introduction to the town and it's character.
Before dinner we went to the early show in the Showroom, a 30 minute song and dance review called Northern Lights. Some great voices and dancers amongst the ship's entertainers. Then after dinner it was off to one of the lounges to enjoy a piano and violin duo called Adagio. Very talented, and a nice way to round off the ...
... at the moment... There's no-one camped around us - half the campground is still closed due to it still being low season. There'd be lucky to be 20 sites occupied so its very quiet and peaceful - in fact before I was up this morning Ben spotted 2 deer wandering in the campsite across from us. It's pretty cold in our site as we don't get much sun due to the huge tall shady trees, so we went for a bike ride to explore & warm up a bit. The park is pretty big - the ...
... we are starting to wonder where we are going to spend the night. Finally, we find a "wild" beach and we use the last two hours of sunlight to dry all of the wet gear from last night's rain storm.
Tomorrow will be a town day as we are running low on food. We are now 140 miles from the US border...another 10-12 days away. In the meantime, we are beginning to think about the PCT.
Day 60 (Powell River - 6/6/10): We depart at 7am ...