“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” ~Albert Einstein
Nature interpretation tours – Explore the valley surrounding the Lodge with an interpretive guide and immerse yourself in nature’s truths. You’ll learn about trees, flowers, birds, and other wildlife indigenous to British Columbia’s Coast Mountain region, while enriching your appreciation of this spectacular natural environment.
SPECIAL EVENTSANNUAL HUCKLEBERRY FESTIVAL…..Free of charge!
September 14th, 2014 – Check it out on Facebook & Invite friends >>
Join us for a celebration of fall’s bounty in BC’s backcountry – FREE blueberry pancake brunch if you can pick 1 cup of huckleberries/blueberries! Have you always wanted to visit Callaghan Lodge? This is the time to come, FREE family friendly fun in the mountains all day! Check out the Video Here >>
BIODIVERSITY IN CALLAGHAN COUNTRY
Callaghan Country encompasses three distinct biogeoclimatic zones: Mountain Hemlock, Coastal Western Hemlock and Alpine Tundra. Each zone features several tree species including Mountain and Western Hemlock, Douglas Fir, Western Red Cedar, Yellow Cedar, Engelmann Spruce and Whitebark Pine. As summer peaks, the alpine meadows around the lodge come alive with wildflowers like Indian Paintbrush, Lupines, Arnica and Queen Anne’s Lace. The area is also home to a wide variety of wildlife including marten, lynx, coyote, wolf, cougar, deer, mountain goat, as well as black and grizzly bear.