Pitt River Wilderness Lodge

Pitt River Wilderness Lodge takes your over all experience to the next level. You'll be staying in a log cabin built on top of a mountain. Peering down into there valley from your back deck you'll be able to enjoy your evenings with the most spectacular view the valley has to offer. A heli pad and fire pit are built out front along with a 360 degree wrap around deck, Inside you'll find a bar built of stone, wood stoves, granite countertops and a maritime theme to the cabin. This log cabin is designed like a home not a lodge. Its the perfect place to bring the family or your group of friends. This allows groups to have their own private lodge. Comfortably sleeping 6-8 guests, Pitt River Wilderness Lodge offers you a more luxurious stay.


Rates

We have two packages available Monday-Friday am and the weekend package Friday- Monday am. Of course, longer packages can be arranged.

  • Three nights with two days inclusive with guides and rafts $1815 pp plus tax

  • Four nights with 3days of guided fishing $2632 per person + tax

Perfect for small corporate groups and for families wanting to reconnect we are offering the lodge to private groups of 6 anglers. Package includes luxurious accommodation privacy for your group in a total wilderness setting, a cook and housekeeping to look after all your needs and a guide will be available to help tie flies and ensure your fishing needs are looked after.

Our unique river feeds into one of the only two freshwater tidal lakes in the world and being only 40 miles from the ocean our salmon come in bright and powerful for incredible acrobatic performances. The Pitt River fishing experience is a unique year round fishing experience that includes all five species of Pacific Salmon as well as Steelhead, Bull, Cutthroat and Rainbow trout.

This river is one of the few remaining rivers in the South Western BC that is still considered a true wilderness experience with large wild salmon and trout runs. When you stay with us here in the Pitt River Valley you are on the river. No early morning car rides across the city, no extra boat rides across any lake… you are where it is all happening.

Our staff of professional guides are waiting to take you and your friends on an unforgettable fishing trip where you share the valley and river with bear, deer, Roosevelt elk and eagles.


Getting Here

This glacially fed watershed boasts one of the last, truly unspoiled fisheries in British Columbia. The river flows out of the wild Coast Mountains not far from the city of Vancouver. We are located in a remote valley, accessible by boat, float plane or helicopter only, and we are surrounded by parks on three sides. The river that is laid out below us offers remarkable fishing for wild runs of salmon, steelhead, trout and char. We have been operating in the Pitt River Valley for over 30 years, connecting fly fishermen from around the world to big, hard running fish that are fresh from the ocean.

Vancouver, which is just a three hour drive North of Seattle, Washington, sits on a large delta that extends out into the Strait of Georgia, just North of the U.S. border crossing, at Blaine. The Fraser, North America’s most productive salmon river, runs through the heart of the big city, and you will pass over it when you fly in to Vancouver International Airport.

The lower Pitt River flows into the Fraser, just a 30 minute drive out of Vancouver, and it is near here that your journey into the remote wilderness of the Pitt River Valley begins.

Our boat makes regular shuttle runs to Grant Narrows Regional Park, at the southern end of Pitt Lake, a long, narrow wedge of water that splits two rugged mountain ranges. Sheer cliffs plunge right into the water, making road access to the northern end of Pitt Lake impossible. And frequent high winds keep small boaters away.