Resort:Links We Like
Pultenay Point lighthouse lies directly across from Cluxewe Resort
Ferries. Check out routes, fares,
Be Bear Aware! As well
as selling a huge variety of high-quality outdoor equipment and
Equipment Co-op also provides educational material on hiking
and camping. These links provide useful information on avoiding
Maker Gallery. Stunning First Nations carvings.
Watch Kwakiutl artists at work.
Who's Who. The Canadian Wildlife Service provides information
on many of Northern Vancouver Island's most interesting animals
and birds, including black bears, grey wolves, cougars, bald eagles,
loons, and swans.
Kayaking in BC. Your "gateway
to the world of paddling" is Wavelength
Nation. "We are the Kwakiutl. We have lived here,
on the northeastern shores of Vancouver Island, since time immemorial.
Our ancestors hunted and fished on these lands and waters, and
developed a rich culture...." Learn more about the people
who own and manage Cluxewe Resort, including information about
Kwakiutl artists (you may have to scroll down the page to
find this material).
Nature Trust. This organization acquires and sets aside
sensitive habitat, like wetlands, in British Columbia. One of
its habitat preserves lies on the western side of the Cluxewe
North Coast Trail. The Cape Scott Trail is being extended
to Shushartie Bay, near Port Hardy. This will create a 70 km wilderness
adventure, along the Northern tip of Vancouver Island, that should
rival the ever-popular (and often crowded) West Coast Trail.
North Island Community Web
Sites. Make Cluxewe Resort your base while you explore these
Island Wildlife Viewing Network. Information about wildife
and habitat at the Cluxewe estuary and other wonderful places
on Northern Vancouver Island.
Vancouver Island Harbours. If you are a boater, check
out this site and learn about the marine facilities of the North
Island and Broughton Archipelago, including public harbour rates.
Nearly 60 harbours and marinas, both public and privately-owned,
North Vancouver Island. Learn about the many natural and
cultural attractions of our region.
Whale Watching. The world's
first killer whale tours began in Northern Vancouver Island more
than 20 years ago. Here are two of our region's whale watching