About our Web Camera: Our webcam is active from 6am until 9:00pm Pacific Standard Time 7 days a week and it will load a new image every 60 seconds. The view is from the lodge property looking north with a small branch of the Pitt River running in the foreground. During higher water levels you will see our rafts returning with clients after a successful day's fishing and black bears and deer have been seen to walk this sandy beach. The main river runs in the trees a few hundred feet away, the mountains in the background on the right are over 2500 feet tall, and on a clear evening you can see the Mamquam Glacier, at 8500 feet tall, near the tall Fir tree on the left.
If you want to see a Google Earth view of our Web Camera Location like in the picture below click here to download a Google Earth .kml file (Keyhole Markup Language) that allows to to view the earth in a 3D rendering.
NOTE: You must have the free Google Earth Browser which you can download here.
If you have questions about the camera or are looking for information about fishing in Vancouver, British Columbia send us an email we are happy to help.