The Goldminer House

In former times a goldminer was searching for gold along the creek running through the rainforest on the property. He was living in an old log home in front of the wildflower meadow. After reconstructing the building with logs of Douglas Fir it serves as a cosy gathering point for guests to enjoy breakfast and dinner. The wood burning miner stove, a finely furnished dining area, a kitchen with a fine granite countertop, a marble appointed washroom, the staircase to the upper landing area with two separate bedrooms and a protected balcony overlooking the wildflower meadow and the surrounding snow covered mountains create a cosy atmosphere. Temporarily the Goldminer House serves as a meeting point for breakfast and dinner. After completion of the main building this log home is suited for guests (up to 4 persons) who want to stay more secluded on their own. In the future this log home will be a nice and cosy accommodation for fishermen who have already experience in fishing the Skeena River and its tributaries and who prefer to organize their own excursions. Boats and cars are available and can be rented at the lodge. As soon as the construction of the main building will be completed breakfast and dinner will be served in the main building.


The Goldminer House external views Goldminer House mountains Goldminer House dining area