Directions

Apr - 06
2017

Directions

Electronic Travel Authorization

Starting March 15, 2016, visa-exempt foreign nationals who fly to or transit through Canada will need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). Exceptions include U.S. citizens and travellers with a valid visa.
Link to the form: www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/eta-start.asp

There are several options, depending on whether you fly to Vancouver or Calgary. Experiencing the arrival by seaplane is particularly breathtaking. Flying in one of the last “Beavers”, the legendary and robust Canadian transport planes from the 1940’s, you soar across the majestic coastal mountains on an unforgettable journey filled with countless glaciers, lakes, and valleys and the world’s largest and only still intact rainforest region in the temperate latitudes that gently supply Tetachuck Lake with water. This is a must for lovers of nostalgia and aviation fans alike.

   Map Tetachucklake Wilderness Lodge

From Calgary

Route 1

• By car via Banff and Jasper National Park to Prince George
• Highway 16 toward Prince Rupert
• In Vanderhoof, 90 km via Kenney Dam Road (gravel road) to Nechako Lodge
• At Nechako Lodge, the car can be parked for CAD 5 per day.
From there:
• By boat to Tetachuck Lodge (two-hour trip down the lake in good weather; in bad weather, the trip must be delayed)
• By seaplane to Tetachuck Lodge

Route 2

• By car, take Highway 16 toward Prince Rupert to Burns Lake
• By seaplane to Tetachuck Lodge (approx. 30 minutes). You can park your car for free at Lakes District Airline.
www.ldair.ca

Route 3

•Travel in relaxation and comfort by rail from Calgary across the Rocky Mountains to Vanderhoof
•Then transfer to Nechako Lodge and by boat to Tetachuck Wilderness Lodge
•Or to Burns Lake and take seaplane to Tetachuck Wilderness Lodge
www.viarail.ca

From Vancouver

Route 1

• By car via Williams Lake and Prince George to Vanderhoof or Burns Lake
• From Vanderhoof, continue as with Route 1 from Calgary
• From Burns Lake, continue as with Route 2 from Calgary

Route 2

• Travel in relaxation and comfort by rail from Vancouver and along the Frazer River to Vanderhoof
• Then transfer to Nechakolodge and by boat to the Tetachuck Wilderness Lodge
• Or to Burns Lake and from there take the seaplane to Tetachuck Wilderness Lodge
www.viarail.ca

Route 3 (suitable for groups)

• From Vancouver via Vancouver Island to Port Hardy www.bcferries.com
• By ferry to Bella Coola
• Continue through the famous Heckman Pass to Kleena Kleene
• There you can visit the Terra Nostra Guest Ranch (horses)
• From there, fly to Tetachuck Wilderness LodgeWe would be happy to help you plan other variations.

Route 2 (good for groups)

– Fram Vancoouver via Vancouver Island to Port Hardy www.bcferries.com
– Ferry to Bella Coola
– Highway 20 via famous Heckmanpass to Kleena Kleene
– There you can visit the Terra Nostra Guest Ranch (Horses)
www.terranostra-guestranch.com
– from Nimpo Lake floatplane to Tetachuck Wilderness LodgeWe would be pleased to plan more routes, for example a several day canoe trip starting at Nechakolodge.