North Coast Cottages

Address: 6745 Hardy Bay road, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0N 2P0, Canada | Ranch
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Location

This ranch, located on 6745 Hardy Bay road, Port Hardy, is near Great Bear Rainforest.
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Travel Blogs from Port Hardy

More water time

A travel blog entry by spyderwolfe on Jul 28, 2013

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... runs every other day. While waiting the extra day I slept some and then checked out a rapids which is caused by the local 12-16 foot tides. the river runs in two directions depending upon the tide. The walk was through a rain forest frequented by wolves and bears of which I saw neither. There was lots of activity with joggers and hikers to keep the wildlife away.
The ferry from Prince Rupert to ...

Bears Bears Bears

A travel blog entry by lmc193 on Jun 24, 2013

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... we saw 6 grizzly’s, 3 male youngsters and 1 female with 2 young cubs! It was amazing! We then changed onto a special "bear viewing" platform boat which was smaller and allowed us to get closer to the bears! All the viewing was from he boat but we got about 50m away from them! Across the cove there were 2 young females that apparently had been abandoned by there mother a year too early. The guides knew them all by name and knew all their stories it was great! They ...

Alaskan Taster - The Cruise Begins!

A travel blog entry by shaeh on Sep 16, 2012

1 comment, 6 photos

... a lady. In the dining room we are served 5 courses each night. Our table has it's own waiter and assistant waiter and a sommelier if you would like to order wine. Our table is set with a variety of bread rolls, bread sticks that you can accompany with a hummus decorated with flecks of gold or butter formed into flowers. The food has been one of the highlights of this cruise. Considering the huge numbers of people they are providing for in each sitting the ...

Port Hardy - The Trip Begins!

A travel blog entry by pendzi on Jun 30, 2012

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... a bit disappointing. I had thought we were going to be flying in a smaller float plane that would have travelled tight along the Vancouver Island shoreline. Instead, we flew at 16,000ft in a 30-seater airplane and we were up above the clouds right up until we reached the landing strip by the water about 5 miles south of Port Hardy.

I shared a cab out of the terminal with a couple of loggers returning to the office from being out at 'camp’. They were dropped off ...

All the way to the top

A travel blog entry by frantznoel on Jul 08, 2011

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After a chill out morning, I left Timo and Vera and headed toward Port Hardy. The road was very hilly yet I was in no rush to cover the 70km. The dark and menacing sky was treating to open any minute yet the wind kept it at bay for the entire ride. I arrived in Port Hardy in mid-afternoon and did a first stop at the Visitor Information Center. The lovely clerk helped me to make a reservation for the ferry to Prince Rupert for the ...

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