The Excitement To Travel Again
With travel plans changing dramatically over the past year we know the urge to get out of the house has been growing stronger by the day. During the time we’ve all spent close to home, it’s easy to imagine how excited everyone is to be able to travel again and make plans to visit new places in 2021. With many destination locations busy and bustling with people after the long break, an adventure into the mountains to a personal cabin getaway sounds extra tantalizing!
Planning a visit to Alpine Meadows allows you to experience scenic BC and enjoy the (super) natural beauty of the great outdoors while maintaining social distance protocols. With BC’s expansive beauty and quiet surroundings, you won’t want to leave and go back to the city hustle and bustle. Take a breather this summer, the great outdoors awaits your arrival!
Wells Gray Provincial Park
Many visitors come to see the incredible natural vistas of Wells Gray Provincial Park. With hiking, canoeing, camping, and fishing opportunities, the Park is a great draw for experienced backcountry hikers as well as families looking for day trips.
The Park is open year round, but some campgrounds close in the winter. Check the Wells Gray Provincial Park site for history and tourism information, and visit the BC Parks page for maps and dates of operation.
Fishing licenses can be purchased online at the Government of BC site. For sports fishers age 16 or older, a fishing license is required. Options range from a one-day license to a one-year license, so you can pay only for the amount of time you need.
A Pleasure Craft Operator Card is necessary for operating a motorized boat. However, several areas in Wells Gray Park are designated for kayaks and canoes only, which don’t require a license. Alpine Meadows provides complimentary canoes, kayaks, and rowboats to guests. If you plan to bring your own motorized boat, ensure your operator’s card and Pleasure Craft License are up-to-date.
Obtaining your licenses ahead of time makes for a more relaxed vacation, without any last-minute scrambling to obtain the proper paperwork!
Where To Stay In Clearwater
We have one, two, and three-bedroom chalets and suites available for rent. All of our chalets come with full kitchen facilities. Wake up in the serene environment of Clearwater and step out of your cabin into the wilderness. Wanting a longer stay? We are excited to offer guests a special deal for bookings that are over a week long. Pets are always welcome so make sure your plans include your four-legged friends!
Our RV hookups come with access to coin laundry, modern washroom facilities, and a children’s playground.
Amenities and availability may be subject to change depending on provincial guidelines. Book your 2021 reservation today and ensure your accommodations are lined up for when adventure calls.
Vacation Activities For Everyone
There’s so much to do in Clearwater, you’re sure to find something to appeal to everyone.
Bring a few good books and enjoy the warm BC weather in the summer. Sit by the lake for a lazy afternoon of reading and swimming, followed by a delicious meal cooked over our communal BBQs or fire pits. You can enjoy a glass (or three) of local wine while dining al fresco on your own lakefront dock.
Get out on the water in one of our free kayaks, row boats, or canoes and explore the tranquility of the pristine Canadian waters.
Our closeness to Wells Gray Park means you have ample opportunities for hiking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and sightseeing. Bring your bike and travel along the many mountain biking trails.
Local companies offer guided tours for an exciting excursion. Select from canoe trips, fishing trips, horseback riding, or wildlife tours.
Pack a board game and spend an evening in your private cabin, challenging your friends and family while you sip a glass of something cold.
Summer activities in Clearwater may change based on provincial health guidelines, but our team at Alpine are always happy to help you with recommendations and alternative plans if needed.