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Winter Wilderness and Wolves
The soul tingling howl of a timber wolf guides your snowshoes through the ancient forest where you experience nature's most intimate touch. The solitude, peace and beauty of winter in this mountain wilderness fills your senses as you interact with nature and wildlife. You will learn about wildlife behviour, habitat and their amazing adaptability to the often harsh conditions of the Canadian winter. As the snow deepens in the high country the animals move to wintering grounds in lower elevations and valley bottoms. The area is a wintering ground for Moose. You will come to understand the relationship between wolves and moose. Animals you will see are timber wolves, moose, mountain caribou, deer and lynx and cougar (if you are very lucky). In the quiet winter evenings listen to the howl of the wolves as the aurora borealis dance overhead.
|Day 1||Arrive in Williams Lake. You will be met and transferred to Pyna-Tee-Ah Lodge for five nights on full board and 4 days of winter activities.|
Get a taste of the main means of transportation of the early pioneers, furtraders, and miners. Snowshoeing is fun and easy. If you can walk, you can snowshoe. Enjoy an outdoor adventure on snowshoes - the quiet swish of the snow under your feet as you observe wildlife in their natural winter habitat.
Depart Pyna-Tee-Ah Lodge and fly back to Vancouver. On arrival transfer to the Century Plaza downtown for two nights on room only.
Vancouver at leisure.
|Day 8||Transfer to the airport for your flight home.|
|Dates||Contact us for further information.|
|Prices||£2720 per person|
Set on the shore of the world’s deepest fjord lake, and surrounded by the dramatic scenery of central British Columbia’s Cariboo Mountains, the Pyna-Tee-Ah Lodge offers a perfect location for a wildlife watching experience to remember. Grizzly bears, Wolves and many different species of birds all inhabit this beautiful location.