Main Lodge at the Guest Ranch
The main lodge is a beautiful hand built log building, nestled in the Sikanni River Valley, surrounded by the majestic Canadian Northern Rocky Mountains. The lodge contains a magnificent trophy room, panoramic views from our front porch and all windows, first class accommodations, and all the amenities of the home. Lodging is based on double occupancy and contains 5 guest rooms with a western bunk room that the kids will love! Bathroom facilities are just across the hall. Also, for your enjoyment, the lodge offers satellite TV and internet access.
Our Main Lodge has three rooms on the main floor, two with queen beds and singles, and one bunk room with four bunks. Two rooms are located upstairs with queen beds and singles.
If you prefer a more rustic setting, one of our guest cabins or the bunkhouse is available for your group. Delicious home cooked meals and gracious hospitality are included in your stay at Sikanni River Ranch.
Sleeps 8 people with 8 single beds.
Sleeps 4 people. 1 queen bed and 2 single beds.
Jack & Jill Cabin
Sleeps 4 people. 1 queen bed with 2 single beds and ajoining bathroom with shower.
Sleeps 6 people with 6 single beds.
Shower House Cabin
Sleeps 4 people with 4 single beds.
Beattie Lake Cabin
Our Beattie Lake camp is just a 1-2 hour horseback ride or hike from the guest ranch. This camp is equipped with a rustic cabin, bunks, and cooking facilities. Guests can choose to stay here or return to the ranch for their night’s stay. Rainbow Trout fishing at Beattie Lake is second to none! This camp is also accessible by float plane or helicopter, at an additional cost.
Trimble Lake Camp
For the more adventurous, we offer a horseback trip to scenic Trimble Lake for 3-4 days of fishing, hiking, relaxing, or whatever interests you and your group. This camp is about a 7 hour horseback ride from the guest ranch. Facilities at this camp include rustic cabins, hot shower, and if you wish, an excellent cook to prepare your “catch of the day”. This lake is known for its excellent rainbow trout and Arctic grayling.
We can accommodate visitors of all ages and abilities. The lakes are also accessible by float plane or helicopter, at an additional cost, for those unable to ride or hike.
All of our hunting camps are accessible either by horseback or bush plane. Though generally used during hunting season, we do offer pack trips or remote vacations to these sites. The camps are equipped with rustic cabins, cooking facilities, and most have hot showers.