The Whitecap summer experience is a pure alpine getaway. Highlights include strolling in a beautiful flower-filled meadow, hiking spectacular alpine ridges, swimming in alpine lakes or observing the amazing wildlife (from Moose to Wolves to Grizzly Bears) from a comfortable distance. Whitecap Summer is a truly unique wilderness experience to be thoroughly enjoyed by all ages.
2016/2017 Summer Availability
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The experience begins with a truly memorable helicopter ride into the lodge from Pemberton or our staging area at Anderson Lake. Once at the lodge you will be greeted by your Host, Chef and crew, and introduced to the lodge and helped to settle in.
We have hiking guides to show you around the local area and create a walking or hiking program suited to your desires. The host will assist with arranging your daily itinerary, whether it be relaxing with a good book, strolling through the local flower filled meadows or heading on a more extensive hike to the many peaks and ridges. There are a number of wonderful lakes to go swimming in close by. The host will know of the whereabouts of the local wildlife for safety and for observing if deemed appropriate.
Our wonderful and talented Chefs will create the amazing mouth watering meals that we are famous for.
We have created an experience that is an alpine getaway; a taste of the wilderness and the amazing mountains. We provide a sense of the rustic and authentic, with fresh food and wonderful company and just the right amount of comfort to feel immersed and relaxed.
Rates (includes helicopter flight, catering, accommodation and guiding):
2 night/3 day $1000 plus taxes
3 nights/4 day $1350 plus taxes
4 nights/5 day $1450 plus taxes
Children (2-12) are priced at:
2 night/3 day $650 plus taxes
3 nights/4 day $800 plus taxes
4 nights/5 day $1000 plus taxes
Children under 2 are free.
Helicopter (flight days)
Transfer days are:
Monday 9AM transfer
Wednesday Noon 12PM transfer
Friday Evening: 430PM transfer
Location:McGillivray Pass Lodge
Located at the confluence of the Southern Chilcotins and the Coast Mountains, approximately 100 km north east of Whistler, BC. The local terrain is characterized by soaring peaks, tumbling glaciers and stunning meadows.