September Booking 2021

Join Us This Fall at Silvertip Lodge!

Experience authentic Canadian wilderness in a remote corner of the Cariboo Mountains. Silvertip Lodge is the only resort located on the east end of Quesnel Lake – home to Canada’s best freshwater fjord lake fishing. Originally built in 1967 as a fishing and hunting lodge, the location has long been known for its unique fishing opportunities that attract anglers from around the globe.

We are now offering the unique opportunity for locals and visitors to have Silvertip Lodge be their home base for their fall fishing or hiking trip on Quesnel Lake, British Columbia. Access the Lodge with your own personal boat this fall and enjoy all that Silvertip Lodge has to offer!

Now booking dates between September 1 – 15, 2021.

To begin your booking process please fill out the form below.
Contact us at info@silvertipheliskiing.com or call 1-778-208-7044 for more information.

Pricing:

  • $300.00 CAD + GST per night per guest for single occupancy
  • $250.00 CAD + GST per night per guest for double occupancy

Inclusions:

  • Use of fishing equipment on-site {subject to availability}
  • All meals and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Use of spa facilities

On-site services at an additional cost:

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Retail items

Partner services we can connect guests with:

  • Local fishing guides 
  • Local hiking guides 
  • Helicopter tours and transportation with fishing/hiking guides

Cancellation policy:

  • 10% non-refundable deposit upon booking to secure your reservation
  • 90% due four weeks in advance of the trip dates – non-refundable if cancelled within two weeks of arrival

*For alternative travel arrangements please contact us at info@silvertipheliskiing.com.
*All shuttle services are subject to availability and at extra cost.

World Class Fly Fishing on Quesnel Lake

Quesnel Lake is the deepest freshwater fjord lake in the world and home to world-class rainbow trout fishing.

With a long stretch of beach on the property, fly fishing opportunities can be found seconds from the lodge or in the nearby feeder streams of Quesnel Lake. Quesnel Lake rainbow trout are the trophy fish of the lake.  They are famous for their large size due to their older spawning age than other strains of rainbow trout. This allows the fish to grow larger before spawning and makes the Quesnel Lake strain a unique fishing experience not to be missed by any avid fly fisher.

The option for a quick trip to Silvertip Lodge by floatplane to fish in alpine lakes of the Cariboo Mountains that are seldom visited by people can be arranged. Hobson lake in the nearby Wells Gray Provincial Park has opportunities for excellent rainbow and bull trout trophy fishing, with Silvertip Lodge as the closest access point.

A short walk through an old-growth cedar forest brings anglers wanting to fly fish the mouth of Blue Lead Creek.  Flyfish in the spring or visit the creek in the fall to witness the spectacular annual salmon run.  Sockeye salmon and kokanee fill the feeder streams while plenty of whitefish and char can be found in Quesnel Lake.

Aluminum motorized fishing boats are available for use at Silvertip including down-rigging equipment that can reach the depths of the lake. 

Backcountry Hiking

With the Cariboo Mountains surrounding the lodge, extensive backcountry hiking terrain can be found the moment you step outside. The lodge is a great base for guests wishing to hike nearby or up in the alpine heli-hiking areas. Helicopters can be arranged to fly guests over the Cariboo Mountains to incredible locations where guests enjoy spectacular alpine views and hikes among pristine glacier lakes.

For avid backcountry hikers looking for a higher level of adventure, Silvertip Lodge offers the closest access point to the northern more spectacular landscape of Wells Gray Provincial Park.  Few hikers have made the trek through much of this area, which remains untouched by human contact.

Wildlife

Our lodge, which is very remote, occasionally has visitors from the Animal Kingdom. Visitors include Moose, Timber Wolves, Black Bear, Mountain Goats and Grizzly Bears as they meander through the property. Eagles are spotted frequently as they fish along the shores. Bring a camera, as these encounters are amazing.

Activities Around The Lodge

Guests don’t have to go far to enjoy the summer at Silvertip Lodge. A short stroll through nearby trails will bring you to giant cedar trees. Guests may also choose to relax on the sandy beaches of Quesnel Lake.  They may decide that sitting on the dock with a drink may be in order, followed by a quick dip in the lake. For those guests who crave a little more activity, yoga accessories are available for use at any time. And finally, to help you unwind, a bit of meditation by the lake, followed by time in the spa is always recommended.

The Lodge

At the east end of Quesnel Lake, Silvertip Lodge is the ultimate authentic, remote and private retreat. Without road access, travel to the Lodge is by helicopter or boat only. The lodge has ten elegant double guest rooms, each with their well-appointed private en-suite bathrooms and is adjacent to a separate cabin with two other bedrooms, again, each with their own en-suite bath. A spa chalet overlooks the lake with an outdoor whirlpool, while the interior holds a steam room and sauna.

The Experience

  • At Silvertip Lodge, we strive in providing guests with an experience that is custom-designed to suit their individual wishes.
  • Fishing in September is known to be outstanding for catching trophy Rainbow Trout and viewing wildlife feeding on spawning salmon.
  • The Quesnel Lake Watershed has one of the largest Sockeye salmon runs in British Columbia.
  • Space is limited!

Special Events & Private Bookings

Silvertip Lodge is an ideal location for special events such as family reunions, corporate retreats, weddings, wellness retreats, and more. Please inquire with us about your event or private booking.