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A Three day trip to Nuk Tessli
Monday - Thursday

This is an example for our suggested Three day stay at Nuk Tessli but it's just one of many options of trip variations to NT.

We'll be happy to tailor make a trip that will suit you best. The pricing stays the same.

Day 1 - Arriving at Nuk Tessli

You'll start your adventure in the Chilcotin by taking a 20 min float plane flight from Nimpo Lake to Nuk Tessli, arriving around noon.

After you get organized in your private cabin, you'll make some sandwiches (homemade bread included) and go on a half-day hike to the Look Out Point.
From the top, you'll get a great scenic view of the special area you're going to explore
on this trip.

Another option would be to go on the Mammaries day hike.
Looking for a shorter canoe day?
The Three Brothers is a perfect day for that.

October has the most perfect days at Nuk

Day 2 - Angelheart Lake Loop hike

After a hearty breakfast, we'll be going on a full-day hike to Angealheart Lake. The hike starts with a short boat ride to the Sandy Beach, where the trail head is.

After an hour of hiking up the forest, we'll get above the treeline and the beautiful view of Wilderness Mountain and Flat Top Mountain will be on our backs, making us turn around quite often in wonder.
Then, the trail will take us to Angelheart Lake, going through North Pass Lake.

From Angealheart Lake, we'll get a great view of the massive Coastal Mountains to the South.

After a short break, we'll start our descent to Nuk Tessli where a warm hot tub will be waiting for you.

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Day 3 - Boundary Lake canoeing day

Today, we'll take a break from hiking and try some canoeing.

Our objective - Boundary Lake. Boundary Lake is located just on the Tweedsmuir Park boundaries.

A short ride with the motor boat will take us to the end of Nuk Tessli Lake, where we'll hike for about 150m to Cohen Lake and to the start of our canoeing experience.

On the way, we might see some Bald Eagles and their massive nests.

We'll paddle Cohen Lake to it's end, while enjoying the amazing feeling of true wilderness, the refreshing breeze and hopefully some Canadian Loons.

At the end of Cohen Lake, we'll leave the canoes and hike for about 2.5 km to Boundary Lake through beautiful meadows, with many-a-colored flowers in full bloom, and plethora of mushroom varieties.

At Boundary Lake, we'll paddle to one of the islands and have lunch.
No portaging needed!

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Day 4 - Back to Nimpo Lake

If you didn't get the chance to go to Sunrise Point, this is the time to wake up early and enjoy an unforgettable moment.

After breakfast you'll get the chance to sit down, relax and enjoy Nuk Tessli before the float plane comes to take you back to Nimpo Lake.

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