Hanging out with your friends on a beach with no parents around…mmm yeah that sounds like a good way to spend a summer. Take a look at Strath’s WYLD Nootka trip for yourself and see if you want to sea kayak, check out some great scenery, hang out with your friends or make new ones. The WYLD Nootka trip is a lot of fun!
This is a photo shot on Upper Campbell Lake. The mountain in the background is Mt. Myra with one of our guides taking out a Intergenerational group. It is common for first time visitors to the Lodge to ask, “Is that the ocean there?” Upper Campbell Lake and Buttle lake, which are joined, form the largest boddy of water on Vancouver Island offering plenty of paddling.
Kicking it a little old school for you today. Yeah we used to practice rappelling off the top balcony of the office building. We don’t do this now a days; that’s what we have rock climbing bluffs for. Would you want to do this if you could?
The outdoors can make people do the strangest things. This person chose to ski in their underwear in the middle of winter! Strathcona Provincial Park and Mt. Washington offer copious amounts of skiing and for those looking to ski in their underwear in the middle of the mountain…well you can do that too!
Thank you for your interest in staying with us at Strathcona Park Lodge and Outdoor Education Centre - we look forward to welcoming you!
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The Lodge, as it’s affectionately known, is forty minutes by car south west of Campbell River, close to the geographic centre of Vancouver Island. It sits just outside of Strathcona Provincial Park on Upper Campbell Lake and is ideally situated for exploring this exciting and little known area of Vancouver Island.