Ripley Creek Inn

306 5th Avenue, Stewart, British Columbia, V0T-1W0, Canada | Inn
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Prince Rupert to Stewart BC & Hyder Alaska

A travel blog entry by jms79

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This morning we woke to the sound of torrential rain beating down on the roof outside. We got up and ventured out to explore Prince Rupert despite the rain. We headed for the Cow Bay area of town and the Tourist Information Centre. Cow Bay's Marina is home to the communities fishing fleet of around 15 vessels. Cow Bay also has a number of art and …

Travel the Cassiar Highway, then 37A to Stewart

A travel blog entry by ryansarah

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... and off but the scenery was still beautiful. We also were lucky enough to see a total of 7 Black Bears along the side of the road including a Mum with her two small cubs!! so freakin cute. Our first stop on the Cassiar was the Boya Lake, which is one of the best Lakes to Canoe and Kayak in BC. It was only a short stop to have a look and a bit of a stretch before heading off again. We had to turn ...

So where are the bears??

A travel blog entry by amma

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... towards the coast to see the other villages in the area. The road is a good one (two-lane hard top). We saw lots of eagles as we drove along beside the inlet. The village at the end of the road is really run down. There are not many people there but there is a marina. The scenery along the way makes it worthwhile although there are sections that are 16% grade, so it can be tough on the brakes at times.
By the ...

Last but not least in Hyder

A travel blog entry by avpadventure

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... If you saw the movies "Insomnia" with Al Pacino, “Eight Below”, “Leaving Normal”, “Iceman”, or “The Thing” then you have seen Hyder. All these movies were filmed there.

The US Forest Service maintains a bear viewing platform where between mid July and early Sept bears come to feed on the salmon in the creek below the viewing area. It allows you a safe place to be very close to a bears. ...

Stewart, YT

A travel blog entry by candyjake13

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... eating fish in the road creek. So we finally saw the bears. This was after a morning watch where we we both wet and cold from a pretty good rain. Everyone on the Board Walk were pretty disappointed in not seeing any bears. For the whole day, the count was zero. We were just fortunate to find another place to see them. The languages heard on this trip has been French, Russian, Canadian (You betcha ...

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This inn, located on 306 5th Avenue, Stewart, is near Remote Passages, Fraser River Rafting, and Tumbler Ridge Museum.
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