Bear Cove Cottages

6715 Bear Cove Highway, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0N2P0, Canada | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 6715 Bear Cove Highway, Port Hardy, is near Great Bear Rainforest.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Hardy

    Orcas, Humpbacks and Stellar Sea Lions

    A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Sep 14, 2013

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... if proponents of new oil pipelines and oil tankers on our coast have ever seen these priceless natural resources that could so easily be destroyed. And then there are the fish farms clogging bays and inlets and destroying the wild salmon stocks. We certainly saw evidence everywhere of the huge landslides that occurred a short while ago in Knight Inlet - shredded, splintered trees on the beaches and tangles of forest debris on the water. Government spokespeople deny this ...

    We Have No Idea Where We Are!

    A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 03, 2013

    40 photos

    ... languages . . . lots of Europeans in this group . . . Scandinavians and French or Swiss . . . young and not as young (like us!).

    They stop at every campground and hostel on the way into town (the terminal is about 4 kilometers from the actual downtown) . . . and the North Shore Inn is the last stop on the run!!! AAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!! How could we be so lucky!!

    But, we get our bags and trundle up to the desk/lobby area . . . the room we have been assigned ...

    CERTAINLY NOT CANADA DRY

    A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Jun 03, 2013

    22 photos

    ... there are dozens of sandbars all around the estuary, and you can get waves of 10 to 15 feet crashing over these creating quite a hazard for even the largest of boats.

    We took the easy way out over the huge suspension bridge which seemed to go on for miles, but then we were in Washington. Our intention was to take a few days exploring this rugged state, but the weather now seemed to get very inclement, and for the first time since Bolivia we were really cold. ...

    The Waiting Game Continues in Bull Harbour

    A travel blog entry by pendzi on Jul 03, 2012

    2 photos

    ... untied from the public dock and went up to the First Nations wharf. When we tied up we were quickly greeted by two band members. After paying the moorage fee we asked them about Roller Bay. They said to watch out for the wolves if we are walking in the evenings and to carry a stick or a knife (*as they chuckled*) if we were walking anywhere on the island. Neither of us ...

    Travel Prices

    A travel blog entry by shanstravels on Feb 16, 2012

    ... Barrier reef including snorkels lunch and drinks 8hrs, $10 lobster dinner, $18 hotel room 3 beds with washroom,

    Thailand: $1 pad thai from a street stand, $10 hotel room with fan, $3 half hour foot massage, $20 train ride 12 hours,

    Laos: $1 egg sandwich from street vendor, $3 hotel room with private bathroom in Vang Vieng, $4 full day motor bike rental, ...